Also the restoring team needed to make sure the car is powerful enough to make the chassis really work, so Kenny decided for a late model of Mopar’s Performance Gen III 392 Hemi. Along with this engine comes a hydraulic roller cam, forged crank and rods, CNC ported aluminum heads, powerful EFI system for more than enough power and the emblem of Hemi name for respect that comes along with it. It is clear that there was absolutely no need for any kind of extras when you have that much power under the hood.
The interior was affiliated with Chrysler Sebring convertible seats for the extra safety of a built-in shoulder belt and to avoid the installment of the ridiculous looking harness with four points. To keep up with the modern looks, they updated it with cupholders, air conditioning and a real bad ass stereo system. The only thing that was left of was the safety airbags. Because all of these contemporary additions, car gained a bit on a weight, but in this case that is a small price to pay.
In the video bellow, you can see how the whole process went on: