As if the the guys at Hot Rod didn’t already have enough of them, David Freiburger, and Mike Finnegan uncover another Roadkill project car! Even better, it’s one of Freiburger’s forgotten project cars. The Crop Duster is the result of multiple trades with an old buddy, and around five years of neglect in the dirt of a grape farm. With General Mayhem relieving its motorhome 440 from duty in exchange for a blown Hellcat motor, Freiburger knew exactly where the 440 could find a home. The trick is, they need to head the farm ran by Steve Dulcich, editor of Engine Masters Magazine, to drag the Duster out of the field, and then attempt to adapt the 440 to the Duster in five days. There might have been some butchered headers, an ill-advised homemade driveshaft, honest bodywork, and a few upgrades in the process. Then it’s was off to the chassis dyno and the drag strip to see how well the Crop Duster flies! Thanks for support from MSD Performance and from Optima, the new Official Battery of Roadkill!