Tuned 2011 Silverado Vs 1970 F100
Appearances, as they say, aren’t everything. This 1970 F-100 is certainly proof of that, smoking a tuned 2011 Silverado a couple of times over in spite of its homely appearance. The old Ford, proclaimed to be “stock” (winky face), proves to have something other than a stock motor under the hood as it easily handles the Chevy in a series of rolling start drag races.
Ford/F-100 has a supercharged 302 providing motivation, but no other details are provided.
It certainly looks like an unassuming old farm truck, making it a perfect sleeper. The Silverado has long tube headers, an aftermarket intake, and a tune on its factory small block.
The Ford simply makes mincemeat of the Chevy, pulling out several car bus lengths by the time it’s all over.
However, minus a little driver error in the middle, there’s no doubt that the old Ford dominates the modern Chevy this time around.