If youre gonna drive a car that resembles a Pinto, you need to make sure you can back yourself up in case of an intersection confrontation. What better way to make a 2,800-pound car humiliate the competition than an Edelbrock Performer Packageequipped 302? Paul yanked the 302 out of his first car, a 69 Fairlane, and added Performer aluminum heads, cam, and intake with Holley Projection 2 fuel injection, BlackJack 1-5/8-inch headers, and 2-1/4-inch exhaust with dual Flowmaster 3 chamber mufflers. The battery was moved to the trunk, er
hatchback, and the gas tank was removed and replaced with a Triangle Engineering 15-gallon aluminum fuel cell, which is mounted from underneath the car, isolated from the hatchback interior with an access door. Nifty.