I thought some would be interested to see how an old Pro Stock car was built. I took these pics of Dick Landy's '71 Pro Stock Challenger when it came to my buddy's shop for paint. Notice the dash inside the car, it was a fiberglass copy of a "real" dash. It was light as a feather. I'm sure we've all lifted body shells by the bumper, I could lift this car myself and it was clearly lighter than a "normal" shell. Dick Landy came out and verified this was his old car and signed papers saying so before he died. It is now in Todd Warner's collection.
The rear, set up for link-type suspension, looks like ladder bars?: