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This is normally a front-engine, front-wheel-drive platform, but Balsley mounted another power- train cradle under the back of this special all-wheel-drive Citation. He stroked each 2.8 mill to 3.1 liters and added forged and billet guts for a combined total of nearly 600 hp. Here’s a peek at the handbuilt rear suspension. The VIN reads 15X0169, so you can forget about registering this one for street use—unless you own an automobile factory and have manufacturer’s plates available. Didn’t think so.