Marty Strode clipped the chassis with rectangular tubing and suspended the car over a Speedway Motors axle kit. Though not historically correct, the midsize GM-vented disc brakes are an understandable concession for a car that will see street use. The Mooneyes red-flake steering wheel and heel-pivot foot pedal are enduring ’60s classics. Rather than run magneto adapters for an electric tachometer Lonnie stepped up to a mechanical Stewart-Warner. The Hurst Pistol Grip Quarter Stick is a modern concession but it looks the part. You wouldn’t know if we didn’t tell you but the seats came from an ’00 Escort. Dan Leisy, Dan’s Auto Upholstery in Portland, OR, removed the headrests and stealthily obscured their origins when he trimmed them in black and red vinyl. The five-point Simpson harnesses are for real.