When the hood is lifted, you can get a great view at the combat-ready 408 cubic-inch stroker V8. This motor has been specially built to be both sturdy and speedy. It includes a SCAT crankshaft, SCAT pistons, Hastings rings, SCAT connecting rods, a full Lunati cam package, Crane rocker arms, aluminum heads, Quick Fuel 750 CFM four-barrel carburetor, Edelbrock Victor Sr intake, and Hooker Super Competition headers that feed the NHRA-required three-inch straight thru pipes. Just like the rest of this built there are a ton more details that we’d love to tell you about in this monster motor, but we have to move on to the rest of the drivetrain. Ford’s trusty C4 unit has been completely built and reinforced to keep you running hard in the quarter-mile. It feeds a Dynatech 3.5-inch driveshaft that connects to a Ford 9-inch rear with Strange axles. The front end has tubular upper and lower arms with adjustable Lindblad shocks and springs. The rear has been given serious reinforcement by Calvert Racing. Add in a competition four-wheel disc brake package, and you soon realize how much was invested to create this turnkey drag racer.

La Vergne, Tennessee, United States