This 68 Roadrunner came in as a runner, but barely. We stripped it down to the bare shell and had it back together in six months. It started life as 440-4-speed car. We had the 440 rebuilt with J-E pistons, Eagle rods, stock crank. The 904 heads were done-up by McKenzie Cylinder Heads. Ported, polished and new stainless valves were installed. We put an Isky 305H cam in for the rumpity noise factor. TTI headers and 3" straight pipes definitely get your attention going down the road. It's kept cool with a Ron Davis Radiator and dual Spal fans. We smoothed the firewall and engine bay before sending it for paint. Cal Custom in Camarillo got the call for painting it arrow straight black. When it came back from paint we started putting it back together. A Magnum Force tubular K-member was chosen to update the front suspension. It features a rack-pinion steering, tubular control arms, Aldan coilovers, and Wilwood front brakes. We fabbed up custom motor mounts to support the 440. The engine is backed by the rebuilt 4-speed which transfers the power to the 3.23 geared 8-3/4 rear end. The rear suspension consists of Direct Connection leaf springs and Bilstein shocks. The interior has been redone mostly stock accept for the custom dash insert with Autometer Ultra light gauges. It rides on factory style magnum wheels.