Missouri Hot Rodder Tom Ramsey wins BOSS SNAKE

The 2010 Grand Prize Giveaway Car, the BOSS SNAKE was won by Hazelwood, Missouri’s Tom Ramsey here at the 13th Southwest Nationals in Scottsdale, Arizona. Ramsey qualified as a finalist at the 5th Nashville Nationals in May. He first joined Goodguys when he and his wife Linda went to the Hot Rod Nationals in Indianapolis back in 2006. The BOSS SNAKE will join the couple’s Speedway Motors ’32 Ford roadster lowboy in their garage. They’re also building a ’29 Ford Tudor which they hope to complete next spring.

When he was in his 20’s Ramsey was a big Muscle Car enthusiast owning such classics as a ’66 Chevy II Super Sport, ’70 Dodge Charger, ’69 Corvette, as well as 1976 & 1979 Trans Am’s. He now has the ultimate muscle car in which to relive his youth!

One of the first words out his mouth after his lucky key fired the ‘SNAKE was “Yippeeeee! I’m drivin’ it back to St Louis!” He planned to start his journey the day after he won the car.

Built completely in house by RPM and designed by Kaucher Kustoms, The BOSS SNAKE features a 770 horsepower Jon Kaase built 520 cubic inch Boss Hemi, Ride Tech suspension featuring Chris Alston components, PPG Goodguys Yellow Paint, Custom one off Intro Wheels, Baer 6 piston brakes with 14 inch rotors, Classic Instruments Gauges, Custom Interior by RPM, Custom exhaust by RPM and Stainless Works, Custom Flowmaster stainless exhaust, a Tremec Magnum 6 speed transmission, Centerforce clutch and hundreds of intricately fabricated parts and pieces by RPM.

The BOSS SNAKE is a replica of the ultra rare “QuarterHorse” Mustang of which there were only two known to exist.

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