3. Mike even had his daughter Kyra crawl into the engine compartment to remove stuff. The motor came out pretty easily; the only hassle was the wiring harness. Since the motor is going to be carbureted and devoid of all of the sensors, most of the wiring won't be needed. Therefore, Mike decided to cut the harness and deal with it later. It won't take much for him to build his own engine harness because he'll only need to hook up a few things like the starter, distributor, and alternator. When Mike completes that, we'll give you an update.