By The Numbers
Engine: aluminum Teksid block 4.6 32V DOHC Cobra, Accufab throttle body, 46 lb/hr injectors, 5.0 stroker rotating assembly
Trans: Ford Racing T-5Z
Chassis: chrome-moly back-half by Go-Fast Productions with Art Morrison rollcage
Brakes: Wilwood discs front and rear
Rearend: Yukon aluminum Ford 9-inch, spool, Moser axles, 4:30 gears
Wheels: 15x4 and 15x14 Cragar Street Stars, Bob Glidden Edition
Tires: Mickey Thompson Sportsman SR
Future Plans: an 8-second street-legal ride that Mark can drive to and from the track

Joe and Cynthia Schultz '66 Impala SS Herron, MI This '66 Impala was actually originally purchased as just a $2,500 parts car for a couple different projects Joe Schultz was working on: another '66 Impy SS and a '59 Chevy Viking 60 truck. The more he pondered it though, the more the running 396ci car with its hard-to-find factory tach and floor console began to look like it had potential. It would certainly be cheaper and easier to pull together than the Viking. The final temptation came in the form of our own call for "Reader's Project Wanted" in the March issue; the Impy was officially moved up in status from parts to project.

By The Numbers
Engine: 396ci, COMP X-treme Energy cam, ported and polished stock heads with COMP roller rockers, Pete Jackson geardrive, Edelbrock Performer RPM intake
Trans: TH-400 with B&M shift kit and 2,500 stall converter
Suspension: stock GM
Brakes: stock GM disc in the front, drums in the rear
Rearend: GM 12-bolt
Wheels: 15x7 and 16x8 American Racing Ventura
Tires: 225/50R15 and 245/50R16 Nitto NT450
Future plans: Joe and Cynthia are working on the Impy together and hope to have it driveable and painted House of Kolors Kandy Brandy Wine in time for a local car show in July.