This mean machine has a civil side too. It will tear up the streets
and yet it's a cruiser. It has actually been on a power tour. It's
so well polished it is very capable of bringing home some trophies
and making it's owner proud wherever it goes.
Gorgeous radiant paint with glass finish. That same paint continues right into the engine bay and jambs. Has custom version of a cowl hood with locking pins. The body has had most of its trim and door handles shaved and filled for a clean look. Doors open with remote. $8,000 just spent on the interior, it is an outstanding example of custom work that is current. Very rich colors and textures. From the sewn edges on the carpets to rear bucket seats and custom console, it's first class. Also features custom gauge cluster, tilt leather wheel and custom hardware. The trunk is upholstered to match and houses a beautifully polished fuel cell and battery cover. Put your sunglasses on before you open the hood, it is fully dressed with polished parts. Here is what makes it tick: has a crate 383-435 hp stroker motor with aluminum heads, intake, an MSD ignition and coated headers. Has a performance built turbo 350 trans with B&M shifter. Has narrowed Ford 9" rear with 3.73 Locker gears and coil over shocks. Front end is a new TCI with tubular control arms, coil over shocks, rack and pinion steering and disc brakes. The rear has been tubbed and those huge tires are neatly tucked under the car, also not compromising the interior. New tires and alignment. Has aluminum radiator, overflow, metal hoses and an electric fan. Thus car has so much to offer at half the price it would cost to build!
Tilt leather wheel
3.73 Locker rear
This is the tenth and final car in a 10-day countdown to Barrett-Jackson’s annual Northeast auction
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