Thank you for viewing this beautiful piece of American Muscle!!! This vehicle has been professionally detailed and drives like a dream. The 350cu motor has a great feel and rumble with it's mild cam, backed by a Muncie 4 speed transmission and Hurst Competition shifter pushing the power back to a 12 bolt Posi rearend!!! Front disc brakes bring this beauty to a stop on a dime. The interior is in prestine condition with the original style Black vinyl Bucket seats, carpet and headliner that are like NEW!!!! The Garnet Red base coat/clear coat with Tuxcedo Black racing stripes set this vehicle apart from the rest!!! Please feel free to contact us regarding this vehicle to schedule a viewing or to discuss the purchase. We do offer financing and accept most trades. CALL NOW....Don't miss this one!!!
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