he never said what engine was in the car , he also didnt say a competative pro stocker , just a pro stocker .There is that old saying "I would rather be lucky than good any day." A win is a win no matter what. Now maybe he can afford some of those "custom" made parts that cost 2 and 3 hundred thousand dollars to get competitive again.
I love it when Mike Dunn says a pro stock car can be built for $250,000.00 complete. A couple of years ago I heard that is what the crank and rods cost. 3 teams were able to use a space age metal very light weight.
Anyway congrats W.J.