Brent Hargadin built a mild AFR 185-headed 347 fuelie for his '87 LX and added a set of 3.73 gears and a 150 shot of nitrous oxide via an NX plate system. Quick e.t.'s required lightening the front suspension with a QA1 A-arm/K-member combo, and a complete set of UPR rear control arms guaranteed a solid launch. The Tremec TKO transmission and Spec Stage III clutch helped motivate this Pony deep into the 10-second zone, which necessitated the installation of a Maximum Motorsports NHRA-legal rollbar. Hargadin earned a runner-up spot in the class with a string of mid-10.40 passes.