Molina is a classic car guy; he also plumbs intakes and builds nitrous oxide systems for a living, and he combined the two into a potent and visually staggering build sure to turn heads. It was a bracket racing car, and it was really solid, but in rough shape. Molina says the Chevy II was an original four-speed car that had been built to the nines for show car use, complete with custom louvers in the hood, frenched-in antennas in the quarter panels, and curb feelers. The previous owner had later decided to put a in it to hot-rod it up, then went to the extreme and built a chassis capable of a couple thousand horsepower, with a Funny Car-style cage. Molina initially left the in it, but later got the itch and built a new pump-gas big-block with a new Powerglide.
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