This past summer the Krylon car got put out of commision due to one nasty pavement exchange resulting in a broken tranny. So we pulled the motor and tranny out of the car and realized that the engine needed some work done to it, but didn't realize the amount it really needed to be "right". The valves looked really bad, the #1 cylinder wall was damaged, the mains were shot, etc... After months of work and finding the right parts the engine is rebuilt and has never sounded so alive. Motor was bored an extra .020" making it .060" bored now. Ditched the Isky cam for a better suited Comp cam. Crank was polished and balanced along side new mains. Running a holley 4bbl (390) which never ran good on the car before but sounds superb now. Still quite a bit of fine tuning and proper routing of the throttle and transmission linkage left to do. Also never bothered to check the rear axle ratio and found quite a shock there. Thru the 2.56's out and dropped in a nice set of 3:73's. Look out for the new, improved and stronger than ever Krylon Special next year. HUGE thanks to GMC BUBBA and the Bubba's crew for their help, support and resources to bring the car back to life.