This one-of-a-kind custom fastback's build started with a full Schwartz G-Machine powder-coated chassis to replace the weak stock unibody design. Power comes from a brand-new Coyote 5.0-liter crate engine connected to a 6-speed manual transmission. The rear is a full floating Moser 9" with adjustable RideTech coilovers, while the front is a fully adjustable coilover suspension. Cross-drilled Wilwood disc brakes are on all four corners. Inside there is a custom leather and suede interior that matches the black and blue color pattern on the outside. Power bucket seats, tilt wheel, custom suede door panels and headliner, custom roll bar with 4-point harnesses, custom center console with air conditioning and heater controls, as well as an AM/FM/CD stereo with custom speakers, are found throughout the interior.
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