On a recent episode of the TV show, the guys were intending to rebuild a ’66 Charger’s 440 block as well as a 4-speed 833 overdrive transmission, but what they found was something neither had expected. “The first warning signs of an engine that is not a runner,” notes Willie, “is when you see (paint) overspray on push-rods, internals, and on the valley pan.” It became pretty obvious pretty quickly that the supposed drop-in runner of an engine was not at all what it was supposed to be. What happened next is the focus of today’s podcast.