It's not your average V-6. This odd-fire Chevy 281, mated to a Center Force-equipped Muncie four-speed, uses many parts developed for Chevy's Indy-car program back in the mid-'80s. Inside there is a Moldex 3.500-inch stroke crank, 6.00-inch Oliver rods, special J&E pistons (10:1), and a Crane hydraulic roller camshaft. Up top, a Hilborn-type injection system was converted over to electronic fuel injection by the owner who used a Holley 950 Commander ECU. Steve Panarites created the one-off headers (with baffles tucked inside).