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Here are just a few of many awesome vehicles out on the highways, city streets, dragstrips and motorsports venues that are using Moser Engineering parts to gain an advantage over the competition. If you are proud of your vehicle and currently use Moser Engineering products then let the world know it. Be sure to tell us all about the products you are using and any wins, events, stories or accomplishments that you would like to share. Get your dragster, car, streetrod or truck featured here for maximum exposure and who knows, you might even get a call from us wanting to use your car in a national advertising campaign!

1937 Chevrolet Gas Coupe of Dave Mullin

  • Horsepower: 930
  • Torque: 755
  • Make: Chevrolet
  • Year: 1937

Original steel body with Superior Glassworks front end, Moser M9 rear with 4.10 and 40 spline axels replaced the former`64 Olds after the 427 twisted the Olds, tube chassis originally built by Bill Lucky,with Alston components and updates by Easy Street Race Car Fabrication in Lockport Il. pictured updates include Moser M9 with Easy Street anti-roll bar,and wheelie bars. Other features include 427 SBC with Dart Iron Eagle block, Crower 4" stroker crank, Howard’s Billet Rods, Comp Cam, Jessel Rockers, Mooneyham 6.71 Supercharger with Quick Fuel Technology carbs, AFR heads. TH/400 with Coan break updated by Trans-Pro in Lansing IL.

Car sat unfinished for over 20 years. Current owner saved it from becoming a Pro-Street car and began running in 2004 as a Nostalgia Gasser.

1970 Plymouth Cuda of Kevin Douglas/Ultimate Toy Design

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  • Make: Plymouth
  • Year: 1970

This is a 1970 prostreet cuda with a 440 6 pack auto it has the first Mo875 moser built set of axles from moser and center section with true trac and a 391 gear
has 33x22x20 mickeys on rear and 26x8x18 mickeys on front with mickey wheels

1969 Chevy Nova of Brian Lutz

  • Horsepower: 930
  • Torque: 755
  • Make: Chevy
  • Year: 1969

1969 Pro Street Nova with a full Moser rear axle assembly…M9 Rear, axles, center section, EVERYTHING!! The car is street driven and competes in many shows around the area.

1964 Ford F-100 of Tony Bullock

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  • Make: Ford
  • Year: 1964

1964 Ford F-100, 468 with a 671 weiand blower. Built 350 trans, 9″ ford rear end, with all new Moser components.Built for the street. Several years in the making. Eye catcher and a blast to drive. Thanks again to Moser for the excellant service while I waited for my parts after a 5 hour one way drive to get them. THANKS AGAIN MIKE.

1987 4X4 all wheel drive p/u Chevrolet of Bobby & Lisa Dodrill

  • Horsepower: 3000 plus
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  • Make: 4X4 all wheel drive p/u
  • Year: 1987

The worlds only all wheel drive outlaw 10.5 4X4 vehicle . powered by a PSI screw blown 541 cid KB Olds with a bruno/liberty , SCS transfer , and equipped with Moser 40 spline rear axles , moser max front axles , moser housing ends , aluminum moser center sections in both ends , moser titanium 5/8 drive studs in the rear

1995 Chevy Impala SS Pro Street of J. Nominee

  • Horsepower: 435 +
  • Torque: 429 +
  • Make: Chevy
  • Year: 1995

1st I saw your M9 rear end at the sema show 3 years a go. I needed it. lol Okay I have a 1995 Impala SS. I put a 383 Lt-1 eng. in very happy with it, but could not get it to hook up. So we did a body off with a full tub. 2 batterys and fuel cel in the trunk. I went with the M9 rear end and with Moser axels and disk brakes. That is the best looking rear end in Arizona. Right now I’m running a 15X15 Rear rim with 29X18.5X15 tire. I need to find a used 31x18x15 to see if it will fit. I put a 4 link on. It runs just need to order a drive shaft and get a cage. U can go to Then put in LT1383IMPALASS to see all of the photos. P.S. Moser is on FACE BOOK