Underhood, Michael has everything squared away nicely, and the Cleveland engine is perfectly detailed. Believe it or not, the extremely rare functional Ram-Air setup was located in England. The system was 90 percent complete when he found it and cost him only $150. Michael built the engine himself, adding ported heads, a roller cam retrofit, and other goodies. The Mach has been down the 1,320 to a tune of 13.8 at 105 mph.