Great driver / project car. Has had everything done to make it a great driver, but still needs some love to be a show car.
Here is the good - Rebuilt 440 and 4-speed manual transmission (was originally a 383 automatic car), less than 1500 miles on the rebuild. Fast fuel injection, new radiator, electronic ignition, headers, all new bushings, power steering pump, front disc brake upgrade, new fuel tank, all new shocks and springs, new bfg’s mounted on American racing torque 2’s, rebuilt gauges, custom led headlights (motors were missing on the car when I got it and still are). Custom stereo and some other items I’m sure I’m forgetting.
And the bad - Older paint (great 10 footer), most of the chrome and aluminum trim are in rough shape, floors have some rust. Solid enough to put the family in and feel safe, but if new owner wants a show car they need replaced or patched. No wiper motor or washer bottle, missing head liner. Other than that, interior is complete. No rips in the seats or elsewhere, but again, great for a driver - not a show car. I need to downsize, so this car needs to go. I have put a lot of work into it and hate to see it go, but my loss your gain.
This is an absolute blast to drive and gets lots of attention. Possible Trade for Jeep Wrangler. Motivated seller!
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