As you know by now, the motor is a 502/502 crate motor.  I put roller rockers on it and a Crane ignition system with an MSD Distributor.  No other mods were done.  I used a March Serpintine Pully System.  Hooker Super Comp headers that are made for g-body big block cars were installed.  I used a three core radiator with a Spahl electric fan.  It runs around 190 degrees all day long.  I have three inch pipes into flowmaster mufflers with 2 1/2 pipes out.  I stayed with the 200 4r transmition because it was easier and because they can be made fairly bullet proof.  I used a local trans shop to do mine.  Art Carr guarentees his 200 4r transmitions to 600 HP..  The rear is from a 1970 Chevelle.  It has an Eaton Carrier with KA axels.  The tubes are welded and c-clip eliminators installed.  I stayed with the 373 gears..   I used Just Suspension upper and lower control arms to connect the rear.

The car was lowered with Bell Tech drop spindles and springs.  The wheels are Centerline Telstars.  I used 15x7 in the front and 15x8 wih 4 inch back spacing in the rear.  The tires in front are 245-60's and the rears are 275-50's.

I've had the car down the quarter four times.  The best ET was 11.88 at 116 MPH.  I used BF Goodrich Drag Radials.  The carb has not been tuned nor have I spent anytime with the timing. (advance, total timing, etc).   I'm sure with some time doing some fine tuning, chassis adjustment, tire pressure, etc, I could get a few more tenths out of it.  But that is not why I built it.  I wanted a dependable street car with all the luxurys that could cruise at 75 MPH with the air on and the system blasting, but could kick some ass if it had to.  I got what I wanted and more.