damn, wish mine looked like this un. mine is just a dragster hauler. people are always askin me and my cousin if they can race us. and they dont talk about the dragster. so me and my cousin out run people and professional drag racers in not only the dragster, but also the Rustiac. thats its name. it has duct tape holding the hood on, 8 layers of tightly tied down tarp on the rust holed roof, and 4 different wheels on it. it also has a radiator out of a bull dozer and a 455 buick racing engine with a rock crusher 4 speed. its a rust bucket but its the fastest one in catoosa county. alot of people laugh at the Rustiac till i flip the switch on the cut outs. then they just smirk and giggle. then when the Rustiac out runs their hot rods and their mopars, and stangs, then they start offering full cash and their cars for the Rustiac. but so far i still got it. and me and my cousin have never had to race the dragster since. its all been the Rustiac for 7 years. and the funny thing is, we never built the power train in it. it was the old lady we got it from. she built it and raced it on the street in the 70's and 80's. Evelyn Smith. she was also the queen of drag racing in the 60's. she built it. we had no idea who she was. we bought it from her and we were gonna use it to haul project cars. when we got it home and saw what was under the hood, and found pictures and news paper clippings in the glove box my cousin passed out. he was out for 7 hours. i did some tweaking here and there to the engine, changed all the fluids, put new hoses and belts in it, and added in the dozer radiator and put new gas in it and a bit of moon shine in the carb, and hit the ignition and it started right up and woke my cousin up. when he heard it running he was confused, i told him what i did and he said... "damn, all that in 7 hours? yer quick Gold." so i started playing with the radio and i bumped a switch and it became really loud. so i looked under the car and found out Evelyn had put cut outs on it. and when my cousins little daughter came in (she mixed words she would hear after this, and this was the first word she had said that we could under stand) and she said Rustiac. and so it was called the Rustiac ever since then.