.... where they build the kit cars from the ground up except the drivetrains. Had them do some work over the past 5-6 months, part of why I haven't been driving it, but they took it in the shop 1 month ago to fit the parts they had taken measurements for back in July-August. The engine was done up with common mods (and one or two never seen before) we've all seen done to the L67'*, There were some last minute modifications needed on the custom parts, and there are still a few, like the 2-spd Powerglide trans, which is not shifting very smooth. :( Tire alignment though was DEAD ON!
That wasn't the hardest part though.
Anyhow, I don't have much time ATM, but I got a vid earlier during a test spin. It launched a lot better than I thought considering it only has 255/50/16'* on the rear (had to bend the wheel well lip up), but so far I have only went to 75% throttle and noticed 4-5* KR with 72% throttle on 14 psi with the GEN V.
Got some tuning yet to do on the engine management system they set me up with.
The new suspension they set me up with is not as smooth, but that'* not what I was looking for by converting it to RWD. Also have to change up the rear end gearing a little as it'* gotta wind out for more MPH'*.
We've got our fingers crossed that with some more tuning, a rear end that suits our desires, a set of slicks will net us some sub-10 1/4'* with traps of over 140 MPH.
Kinda a mix of GM Performance'* old Caprice framed/LT1-powered 1992/1993 SSEi a few years back, but we retained the V6 powerhorse.