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There’s not a lot of cash tied up underhood, just a bunch of blood, sweat, and tears—and a few cans of satin black chassis paint. Richard Trujillo retained the stock ’69- vintage 302, rotating assembly, and heads, choosing to beef up only the cam, valvesprings, carb, intake, and ignition. (A warmed-over 351 Windsor is in the works.) The airplane mechanic inside Richard put every important electrical circuit on its own relay (using a mid-’80s GMC junction box as a starting point) for added safety and reliability.