As with any drag car, there are two very important aspects to take into consideration: the engine and the cockpit.
In the case of the former, we’re talking about a 392ci (6.4-liter) HEMI so heavily modified it is hardly recognizable. It comes with Venolia flat-top pistons and forged aluminum rods, Clevite mains, Titan high-pressure oil pump, Mondello ported and polished heads, and many more. All are topped off by a Littlefield 671 competition blower.
The cockpit, large enough to hold just one individual, comes with a full roll cage, AutoMeter Pro-Comp gauges, a race seat, and of course clearly labeled toggle switches.
The drag car is NHRS certified (until 2022, that is) and has already seen its fair share of races in the past. Testimony to that are the many signatures featured on the rear, including that of racer and engineer Don "Big Daddy" Garlits, known to many as the father of American drag racing.
The Ford drag car is presently for sale on a specialized website. It goes for much less than some other custom builds out there, including ones that are roadworthy: the asking price is a little under $35,000.