In 2007 Bob Brasfield decided to build the fasted 1988 Chevrolet Sprint in the world. The project started with Fatman Fabrication cutting out the floorboards so they could install one of their custom square-tube chassis. On top of that a Duttweiler Performance 402 ci all-aluminum small-block V8 was installed. They engine features a Brodix small-block, Brodix spread-port heads, forged crank and rods, CP pistons, 96 lb/hr injectors, and controlled by a BigStuff3 EFI ECU. The engine by itself produces 954 horsepower and 878 lb-ft of torque but it makes 1,300 horsepower when the two Precision turbochargers behind the seats are used. Behind the engine sits a GM TH350 three-speed automatic transmission and narrowed Ford 9″ rear end with a Detroit Truetrac with 2.50 gears. If you are interested in owning this sleeper Autobarn Classic Cars is selling the car on eBay for $44,995.