Nicely redone 62' with a built 427 putting out over 500 hp. Interior is close to showroom condition and exterior only has minor flaws.
The car has switched cut-outs on the exhaust which is fun. Also has a rear break lock out for tire roasting fun. We have almost double the amount we are asking into the car but it has been an awesome toy for the last 10 years for my old man. Alas he should not be out burning them off at this stage and we need to let this baby go. Still lot's of project things that can be done. Has original break system and suspension which would be good to improve. Like I said a few minor body flaws over the last 10 years but no rust issues or anything. Would be easy to take back to stock or take on to modified. Right now it is a great burn out toy. Also there is a $2,000 stereo system in it hidden in the glove box.
This car is the most amazing thing I’ve ever seen at a SEMA Show
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