Lifting the hood reveals a ’75 355ci small-block Chevy was machined and built with all the right stuff. A Holley 700-cfm four-barrel carburetor disperses the precise air/fuel mixture into the Holley intake manifold. The burnt gasses are exhausted by a set of Hedman 2½-inch-diameter ceramic-coated headers that flow into a pair of Flowmaster mufflers. The bow tie power is kept cool with a custom aluminum radiator. To obtain a clean engine compartment, the firewall was smoothed, and the dual Interstate 1000 batteries were relocated underneath the bed floor.