Triangles are your friends. The more triangles you can integrate into a rollcage structure, the stronger it will be. There are no less than six of our three-sided friends in the upper section of the engine cage alone. To make engine extraction easy, the front "X" unbolts, as well as the brace that's directly over the Outerwears-shrouded air filter. Beneath all the triangles and the Outerwears lives a Leon Patton-built Ford V8 based on a bored and stroked Dart block. Patton changed the 351's dimensions to displace 442 cubic inches and worked his magic on the cylinder heads for better intake and exhaust flow. This motor puts out 650 hp and 600 lb-ft of torque, so moving the fullsize at high velocity is no problem. A 950-cfm Holley carb fuels it all.