Engine: A 351W-based Roush Performance 402R crate engine was modified with a Momar Injection four-pack induction system managed by a Haltech EFI computer that resembles a quartet of vintage Weber downdraft carburetors.
Power: It hasn�t really been wrung out on a dyno other than for EFI tuning purposes, but Mike Ring estimates the 402 at about 525 hp.
Transmission: �This car should not have an automatic,� says builder Jim Ring. But the owner insisted on one anyway, so he got it. It�s a Performance Automatic C4 cooled by a pair of B&M trans coolers mounted behind the functional side ducts.
Rearend: John�s Rearends in Minneapolis, Minnesota, built the Ford 9-inch with 3.55 gears.
Suspension: The front end rides on Fat Man Fabrications spindles and lower control arms with a Mustang II rack-and-pinion. The rear suspension is an Air Ride Technologies four-link with Shockwave coilover air springs on all four corners.
Brakes: It�s got Baer two-piston PBR calipers with 13-inch rotors on the front and Baer single-piston PBR calipers with 13-inch rotors on the rear.
Wheels: The modular SSRs are 18x9 on the front and 19x10 on the rear
Tires: Goodyear Eagle F1 Supercar P245/40ZR18s on the front and P285/35ZR19s on the back
Interior: A custom leather-wrapped dash and aluminum console combine with leather bucket seats to create an amazingly modern, European-inspired interior. Tubular steel harness bars are mounted behind the seat, and the rear seat is deleted with an aluminum bulkhead.