A Brief introduction. I am a Ford guy, car collector, and new to the forum. My stable includes a 69 Fastback (with a 331 stroker/c4), 71 Convertible w/351C, 84 SVO (highly modified 2.3T), 2002 GT (slightly modified, wife's car, bought new and has about 30k on it now). I also have a 73 bronco with a 351w, auto and on 35s, an all original fully functional 1950 Desoto, a 51 cabover project (51 ford cab, 1999 E350 dually diesel chassis... some assembly required), a 63 econoline van (302/C4) and a 65 Econoline Van up (stripped for paint, but ready for a sbf/aod) and some daily driver stuff. My most recent addition is a '94 Cobra drag car, which was a project by fellow forum member BlizzND. http://www.sn95forums.com/showthread.php?60128-Project-Cobra-Jet/ My main goal is to get this car together and usable. It is clearly a drag car, but I am going to make it "streetable", even if it isn't very drivable. I would really like to take it to an occasional cruise night, although it will be trailered to the race track as I realize driving it isn't practical. I am going to start with finishing up the paint, brakes, wiring and fuel lines for the car. I can do that before I figure out what motor/tranny I am going to use. I am really unsure of the motor tranny combination. Ideally (if money were no object) I would build a stroked/injected/twin turboed 351w. Unfortunately, money is an object, so I am looking for other options. I would really like to find a Small block ford that has most of the work done already and just needs some tweeking or freshening up. There is currently a 466 (460, 30 over) out of a mud truck that comes with a dyno sheet showing 600hp and 600ft-lbs of torque for about $4k, but I don't really want to go with a big block (that would kind of kill my "streetable" theory too). I wouldn't be opposed to building a less extreme but really stout 350hp motor and then applying a little N2O. My initial thought is that around 500hp should make this car really move. I also am leaning towards a c4 as I know that it's hard to be consistent when rowing gears when bracket racing. I am really open to advice and ideas. I am not all that familiar with the SN95 chassis and it's advantages/limitations. And I am really just looking for an opportunity when it comes to the drivetrain. Also, I really like pics, so expect a lot on my threads. Here is the car as I bought it.