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1966 Chevy Chevelle

The Weiand 8-71 supercharger is one of the first items to grab your attention and sits on top of a 383 cubic inch small block Chevy engine. The huge "bug catcher" air scoop is hand made out of aluminum, and sits on top of two Holley 900 cfm throttle-body units, that make up the Holley HP Electronic Fuel Injection system.The engine is also equipped with a NOS dual plate nitrous oxide system that can add lots of extra horsepower at the flick of a switch.

Matt Hunt - Owner, Founder

In the last 10 years, Matt's Company evolved from Under Pressure an import builder to MATT HUNT Muscle Cars (MHMC).

1966 Chevy Chevelle

The Weiand 8-71 supercharger is one of the first items to grab your attention and sits on top of a 383 cubic inch small block Chevy engine. The huge "bug catcher" air scoop is hand made out of aluminum, and sits on top of two Holley 900 cfm throttle-body units, that make up the Holley HP Electronic Fuel Injection system.The engine is also equipped with a NOS dual plate nitrous oxide system that can add lots of extra horsepower at the flick of a switch.

1966 Cheve Chevelle

The Weiand 8-71 supercharger is one of the first items to grab your attention and sits on top of a 383 cubic inch small block Chevy engine. The huge "bug catcher" air scoop is hand made out of aluminum, and sits on top of two Holley 900 cfm throttle-body units, that make up the Holley HP Electronic Fuel Injection system.The engine is also equipped with a NOS dual plate nitrous oxide system that can add lots of extra horsepower at the flick of a switch.

About MH Muscle Cars

In the past decade, reaching a youth automotive market meant building an import car. Matt was an innovator with Supra parts, building one of the first 1,000hp street cars back in the 90's. He was also the first guy to put a full-body Supra in the 10s when the Battle of the Imports programs were raging. As the times changed, Matt became involved with a television show as a subcontractor and noticed that as the import scene faded, the American muscle-car culture was as strong as ever. Through the television deal, he met enthusiastist who contracted him to build street machines for members of the NFL, UFC and others. In the last 10 years, Matt's Company evolved from Under Pressure an import builder to MATT HUNT Muscle Cars (MHMC).