The Rolls Royce Merlin is one multi-usable engine. It’s a 27 liter, V12 piston aero engine produced by Rolls Royce in 1930. We call it multi-usable because it’s used to power cars, aeroplanes, boats, and was the root of the later Meteor engine which was a tank engine developed from the Merlin during World War II.
So, the video below shows a Rolls Royce Merlin V12 powered Handlye Special doing a monster burnout up the Brooklands Double Twelve hill climb. Isn’t it impressive to see a burnout from a car comming from about 90 years ago?

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