Our two-ton wagon project is chugging along and with the new Roadster Shop Fast Track chassis assembled it was time to start filling it with performance parts. Yeah, we know it’s a four-door station wagon, but we have big plans for our ’71 Chevelle, including open road racing, standing mile, and even trying to embarrass some cars at the autocross. We’ve embraced the fact that our Chevelle will tip the scales at an estimated 4,500 pounds, so the only place we’re trying to save weight is in the unsprung areas. The beauty of working on a full chassis car is that when the fame is away from the car it’s incredibly easy to install parts. Given this, we want to have the complete driveline installed along with most of the hard lines before sending the chassis to its new home under the wagon. Of course, the main actor in our play is the ProCharged LS3 stroker built by Shafiroff Racing in New York. It pumped out 987 hp without breaking a sweat, and while we’re going to dial it down for pump gas, the potential for 1,000 hp is only a pulley and some octane away. Backing up the LS is a Magnum six-speed kit from American Powertrain. Nothing beats rowing gea...