Two Performance Brands Commit to Hot Rod Power Tour
Royal Purple Synthetic Oil will be on display as part of the Lingenfelter Performance Engineering show truck during the 2018 Hot Rod Power Tour. Royal Purple products will be available for purchase at the display throughout each stop along the route.
Additionally, Tim Strange of Strange Motion will display his custom 1961 Chevrolet Panel Truck featuring a Royal Purple livery and a Lingenfelter tuned LS motor. The truck features an extensive list of modifications including a custom chassis from Fat Man Fabrications, a Currie rear end, Ridetech suspension and Wilwood brakes. The truck is powered by a Lingenfelter-tuned LS engine and will wear a unique Royal Purple livery.
Strange’s shop, Strange Motion, has built a host of noteworthy hot rods throughout the years.
The Hot Rod Power Tour is a seven-day, seven-city car show with more than 6,000 vehicles participating and over 100,000 spectators expected to attend. In its 24th year, the 2018 Hot Rod Power Tour will begin June 9 in Bowling Green, Kentucky and end June 15 in Concord, North Carolina with several stops in between.
Royal Purple Synthetic Oil will attend each stop of the tour alongside Lingenfelter Performance Engineering.
“We are excited and proud that Royal Purple Synthetic Oil will be a part of our display on the Hot Rod Power Tour,” said Ken Lingenfelter. “Royal Purple has been the official oil company for Lingenfelter Performance Engineering for many years due to the very high quality of all their products, they are simply the best.”