So, everyone thats viewing KNOWS whats about to happen here.... I plan to take a Little Red WEagon kit, from Lindberg and turn it into a........................ MONSTER TRUCK! Well isn't that crazy!? Well not really, something different. (there are a few here that knows me from other sites thats seen this build "sort-of", as I've paused on its continuance.) Anyway, this posting the whole thread is revamped from those old postings the others that know of this build by me has seen due to a lot of "missing" pictures and even complete areas, (I'm not sure how that happened!) Anyway, so, I choose to re-write the whole thread as I do all my postings of builds I'm doing, they're written out in MS notepad, first. So on with it already huh? YES! I found a Lindberg Dodge Little Red Wagon kit, for sale at a local junk shop, as a really COOL price! Bought it, and WAS gonna build it as the Little Red Wagon, BUT then about the same week I got this kit, I wound up with 3 more kits also at really good prices! SO, looking at the amount I had, I had to make them all sort of, different as really who needs 4 of the A100 as the Little Red Wagon? All can be made in a lot of different ways, so thats when I went to look to see what "existing" model car and trucks I had.... as I had some from years past, that I've held onto for whatever reason now, I'm glad I did..... So what I found in my aged stash of parts was 2 old AMT-Ertl '70 Coronet Super Bee's one the stock street car, the other the "Pro-Street" version. I noticed that back in the day when I originally built them, I put a 440 with Tunnel Ram in the "Pro-Street" car, and the street car ha the 426 DOHC Hemi in it.... Why? I do not know, thats how I was back then, just to be different I guess! WELL I pulled the 426 DOHC Hemi and sat it aside! Pulled another box, and found a model of USA-1 that my Step-Son built and was falling apart and he at his age then, something like 17 or 18 at the time, so I know he wasn't gonna want it back. I took this truck and yanked all the suspension out from under it and saved it, and sat the rest of the Chevy truck aside (for trading) SO, heres what little I got on the engine as I was doing it, as back then (about 2 years ago) I didn't take nearly as many pictures as I do now! This was the start, I took the motor, removed any parts that were loose or could be removed easily without breaking it,and then took all those parts and stripped them of any paint. I began to build it, and got to this point: After looking at it this way, I wasn't happy with it, so apart it came, I soaked it in ELO (Easy-Lift-Off) that not only removed paint, but light glue too.... to loosen things to allow me to totally rebuild the engine, again!!!! While waiting, I got to thinking, you know John, this is a 426 DUAL-over-head-cam engine, SO why not use "DUAL" in everything? So, thats where it all went out the window! LOL So as you can see, I began at this point and got it all started with dual spark plugs per cylinder, as well as dual Magneto's as well! The work was done with scraps I had laying in my scrap bins and turnings I made on my Unimat Metal Lathe, in plastic! So as you all can see, I waisted no time to get moving on adding "DUAL EVERYTHING"!!!!! Dual, Superchargers, dual spark plugs per cylinder, dual magneto's, will even have dual Holley carburetors when I'm through! Among "dual" other things as you'll see in time! SO, with "Dual Everything" now in full swing on the build, I had to get the wiring to the plugs, and then get the DUAL Super Chargers with their belts in place, with a "custom belt setup" too. the top Blower is driven from the back of the engine! As there would have been WAY To many belts up front, remember I had the belt system for the dual over head cams to add too! SO making the belt system quite complex! Not only did the engine get dual Superchargers, but also dual coils for the Magneto's as well as some custom added details to the valve covers, along with the oil filter (Which I STILL may change that to "dual" as well..... As you'll see in a while WHY I say this! More to come! Stay tuned! -Thanks for looking!