Jack Daniel’s Car Engine

Well, the engine isn’t made of a Jack Daniel’s bottle, obviously. In fact, this post should have more aptly been titled — Jack Daniel’s Coolant System. Onward — I don’t know the first thing about cars, but when someone spotted this baby with no hood and a Jack Daniel’s bottle serving as the coolant container, they snapped a photo realizing that someone had achieved foodie-car nirvana.

I wish I had more car-banter to attach to these photographs, but the person who submitted it said the car might have been an old school Chevy Camaro. Any car buffs out there want to take further guesses by the look of the engine?

By Elie Ayrouth

Elie is a product of Orange County, CA. In early 2012, his dentist diagnosed him with 8 different cavities, three of which on the same tooth, as a result of his 23-year Sour Patch Kid addiction.

2 replies on “Jack Daniel’s Car Engine”

Actually looks like a late 1960s Ford product, Mustang/Cougar maybe. I remember many years ago when I used to drag race (legally) I got busted in tech inspection for no recovery bottle. Instead of a JD bottle I ended up using a 24oz Bud can. Tech inspector passed it and off to the track

@Foodtographer: My initial thought was Cougar/Mustang as well but I dont recall the cowl vent having that hump in it and the inner fenderwells dont look right, also the lack of strut tower brace. Ive seen several people using JD bottles for coolant recovery tanks, usually on rat rods:-)

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