Charles and Heidi Kline are the second owners of this 1979 Pro Street Road Runner. The Myerstown, PA couple bought this 12,000 mile one-of-a-kind ride that originally was built to go drag racing but was later repurposed as a show car. The ’69 Road Runner 440 is stroked to 512 cubes by Keith Black Industries and is boosted by a 6-71 polished Dyers blower that supports dual 635 CFM Holleys. If that isn’t enough, a dual bottle nitrous oxide setup is activated by a throttle microswitch. The Chrysler 4-speed takes instructions from a Hurst Vertical Gate inline shifter. Tram Strange supplied the Dana 60 rear that spins 4.56 cogs. The frame is fully tied to prevent the dreaded ?pretzel twist.