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Project #894201

Project 89825 Here is a front cover modification for electronic fuel injection systems.   Constant flow fuel injection configurations usually use fuel pumps driven from the camshaft through a machined hole in the front cover.  Now with the current onslaught of electronic fuel injections, this situation is abandon.  If you have an old front cover such as this Algon, it needs to be modified for use.   In the gallery, you will see the original cover and the aluminum weld mods needed before polishing this cover to its final state.  At FASI, we aluminum weld whatever combo is needed.
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Project 89226

Project #89226

Real Pontiacs have 3 carbs - 1964 GTO 389.  When street machines could be purchased from a factory GM site.  It's taken GM 41 years to redevelop this action - go figure.  Gallery >>

Project #89825

Project 89825Back in the 1960's, Ford had an idea they needed big ports and aluminum heads for current NASCAR requirements in their 500 minimum production cars.   This is one of those Fords #1734.   Built in April of 1969 and chosen by Ford to be modified as #533 NASCAR, it was sent over to Ford's special assembly plant called Car Craft to be modified in May 1969.   Gallery >>

Project 89825

Project #89225

FasiAutomotika can build under hood objects using clear Brite aluminum or whatever color our customers request for their project. Shown on the left is the underside of a 1968 Camaro hood. (click image to enlarge)

Project #79423

FASI builds stainless fuel tanks to your specs. Here is a 1947 Chevy panel truck EFI stainless fuel tank.  Gallery >>

Project 79423

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Project #59714

Here is a 472 cid BBC, custom paint with PPG 2 step or FASI custom powder coating.  This engine was built by FASI for the "Plum Crazy" '68 Camaro.   We also build custom fuel injections for aforementioned beast 4 BBL or IR setups.  Gallery >>

Project #39015

Project 39015 The Great American Race is quite a spectacle and features early cars of all types competing during the 4,250 mile trek for a good finish. Starting in Huntington Beach, CA and racing across the U.S. to Norfolk, VA, all cars make stops at timed check points and 14 overnight stops. This 1935 Chevrolet faired well and finished 26th out of 83 possible cars in the June 27 to July 10, 1993 race. (click image to enlarge)   Gallery >>

Project #29124

Project 29124
When outfitting a race car trailer, various and sundry framing and super-structures are needed to hold cabinets, racks, and engine trolleys secure.   It's important to use the strongest, lightest material possible to keep trailer weight to a minimum.   Here is a cabinet super-structure underway.   At FASI we create, weld, and install items as needed.
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Project #19213

This 1964 Chevy pickup needed a traction setup to handle the torque and horsepower of a 510 cid BBC. Mickey Thompson wet asphalt tires were used to fill out the wheel tubs and make this unit drivable on the street or strip. (click image to enlarge)
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Project 19213

Project #8863

The two gentlemen standing beside their 1988 Ford Bronco appear to be of sound mind, what John Anderson (left) and John Bearce (right) were proposing to do, however, was a questionable adventure.   8,900 miles through the roughest known terrain in South America, 25 possible stops, 27 days of torment from Cartegena, Columbia to a 17th place finish in Buenos Aires, crossing the Andes mountain range four times and treking through three deserts reeked havoc on the Bearce Motorsports Broncos.   There were 79 various and sundry vehicles and motorcycles at the start, with only 15 vehicles and one motorcycle at the finish.   All said with only a couple of major incidents Bearce finishes the first TransAmazon Rallye.   (click image to enlarge)     Gallery >>

Project #7865

Project 7865 Illinois is home to many "real" street machines.   Here is a Blown Alcohol 1971½ Chevrolet Camaro.   This 496 cid Chevy engine was snatched from its home in a blown alcohol hydro boat and made its scene regularly on straight highways and eating establishments across central Illinois.   The brakes were of little use once in gear and stop signs were observed by slipping the transmission into neutral, engine idling at 2,200 rpm, tugging hard at the torque converter, demanding to rip up the pavement.
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Project 7843
Project #7843

What people won't do, ahhh... (or have done).   Here is a GM Sprint, no not an Outlaw Sprint car, a domestic General Motors Corp. car called a Sprint.   The gentleman at hand was going blind and wished to teach his wife how to drive before total blindness set in.   FASI took two previously crashed GM Sprints and emulsed them into one good unit with dual driver controls.   This man accomplished his goal and taught his wife to drive before going blind.   You see, in America, we live free right?   What the mind of man can conceive and believe, the mind of man can do and achieve.   (no this wasn't a U.S. Mail delivery vehicle) (click image to enlarge)

Project #78712

Project 78712 Here's a 1968 Pro Gas Camaro with a carburated 510 cid big block Chevy on the bottle.   The 4-link suspension and 30" Goodyear slicks help put the horsepower on the ground.   As most Camaros go, this unit drives straight and hard.   Best times so far is in the 9.20's in the quarter mile.   Need horsepower?   Fasi can steer you straight. (click image to enlarge)   Gallery >>

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Project #38524

A refabricated Bock car trailer by FASI. Bed length extended to 18', overall length 21'. Aluminum center cover complete with integral aluminum loading ramps. Gallery >>

Project #38714

Winchell is no exception to the rule and neither is this beautiful Z-28 Camaro.  The "warmed-up" 302 small block now produces over 375 hp, considerably more than the factory's rating.   A Chrysler rearend was installed after being shortened to accommodate the enormous Mickey Thompson wet asphalt tires.   The subframe was fabricated out of 2" x 3" rectangular tubing and all of the seams on the chassis were smoothed before being painted medium metallic slate.   While many guys are still wrenching on their exotic machines trying to figure out how to get 30 Holley's to open simultaneously, Winch is out on the streets cleaning up with his super clean '69 Z-28 Camaro.     Gallery >>

Project #28619

Project 28619 The original full tilt chassis company proto-type was a sinister looking Darth Vader Camaro powered by a FASI engine. This small cid car/engine combination dominated local tracks during its reign. Full tilt chassis were a hot ticket during this time period, dominating small dirt tracks across the midwest. The final amount of full tilt chassis built is not known. Click Here to view this full tilt late model engine, along with others, (built per request) in our engine section. (click image to enlarge)

Project #28627

Project 28627

In all forms of racing, occasionally you experience one "getting away", and when a rod leaves the crankshaft, it creates a window in the block. Cast iron blocks can be welded, however it may be cheaper to replace the block. Aluminum blocks, on the other hand, are commonly repaired. During engine freshen-up, these holes are tended to by welding, resleeving, and machining the block for the next engine blueprint. (click image to enlarge) Gallery >>

Project #28026

In "corn county" we have various bodies of water and several rivers. Locals that fish rarely have enough room for their catch. Here is a boat livewell that extends across the hull of a 25' day cruiser / bass boat. (click image to enlarge)

Project 28026

Project 18914
Project #18914

In the 1920's, various body types were used on the backs of Model T Fords. Here is a Grube Design, a 1926 Ford Model T "Huckster" creating what would be a station wagon during the Dim Time.     Gallery >>

Project #9745

This 25 gallon auxillary fuel tank was fabricated for an internal frame bolt up on Ford 4x4 trucks. (click image to enlarge)

Project 7945

Project 97624
Project #97624

We're able to create whatever oil pan combination is needed. Here's a simple pan extension to 10 quart capacity for a 426 cid Chrysler Hemi.
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Project #97413

Not all projects require a factory replacement battery tray. Here's a custom fabricated tray we did for a performance car application. (click image to enlarge)

Project 97413

Project 97712
Project #97712

850 lb. engine stands are essential when assembling engines with complete blower or turbo setups.   
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Project #7728

A street rod "sprung" pull behind trailer, matched to car.
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Project 7728