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The very first episode of Roadkill Garage featured David Freiburger and Steve Dulcich doing a cheapy rebuild of the 351 Cleveland engine that had been swapped into Freiburger’s 1967 Mercury Cougar, but the most memorable moments from that show were Dulcich powershifting the car’s Top Loader four-speed trans like a madman. Now, 22 episodes later, both the Cougar and the legendary gear-banging are back! The difference? The car now belongs to Dulcich, and this time the guys are jerking the haggard Cleveland in favor of a 450hp, 363ci, Windsor-based stroker small-block. That poor Top Loader didn’t even know what hit it!