This is a pro built pavement shredder with incredible body and
paint too. From carb to rear end it's a high performance, high
quality build. Here are the specs- Built by Cropper Racing. Dart
little M block ($2,900). Has 4 bolt mains, 4" steel crank, 6"
I-beam billet rods, 10:1 JE pistons, Lunati roller cam, Brodix
track 1 aluminum heads, Brodix intake, 750 Holley, MSD ignition,
and more. The trans was built with ATI 8" stall converter, HD
drums, Kevlar bands, 36 element sprag, thick wall tube driveshaft.
Rear end is a 9" Moser, 31 spline, modular iron bearing case, Moser
axles, 4.30 gears with Detroit locker. It's narrowed 2 inches for
wider tires. Suspension, steering and brakes was completely
replaced. Has 2 inch header tubes and 3" Flowmasters. Has upgraded
fuel delivery system and much more. I'm writing this thinking I
need to go drive it, so I did! Wow, you better be paying attention
when you nail it. This is for real fast, not an imposter. But it's
still a car you get in and go to the cruise night, the wipers,
heater even the stereo work. Tires are brand new on restored dog
dish wheels for the sleeper look. When I bought this car my
deciding factor is when I looked down the side and it's straight as
a laser. The chrome, trim, jambs are in really nice shape. Interior
is very nice. Fun car, my heart rate us still up!
Dog dish wheels
Sport comp gauges
Moser 9" rear
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