1970 AMC AMX. Car has pink slip and is able to have license plates
put on it, car is currently on an up-to-date non-op with the DMV.
Car is 85% done still needs to have some things completed before it
runs (listed below). Aluminum Floors What the car has: Engine- 502
bored to a 509 871 BDS Blower Custom Ceramic Coated Lemon Headers
Custom Ground Isky Cam Custom Ground Crankshaft Milodon Oil Pump
Milodon Oil Pan 8.5:1 JE Pistons and Rings ARP Internals MSD 6A
Ignition Transmission- Turbo 400 w/ Trans Brake All Billet
Construction Racing Clutches Heavy Duty 3000rpm Stall Torque
Converter Reverse Valve Body B&M Pro Ratchet Shifter
Suspension: Mustang II Front End Front and Rear Coilovers 4 Link
Rear Suspension Ford 9' Rear End Disc Brakes (4 corners) Full Tub
Complete Roll Cage Interior: Custom Floor Pan Stock Door Panels
Custom Firewall Front and Rear Windows are Lexan 2 ProCar Racing
Seats 5 Gallon Harwood Fuel Cell What It Needs To Run: Wiring
Harness Carburetors Water Pump Radiator Transmission Lines Fuel
Lines (car comes with fuel lines but they need to be run) Battery
Car comes with trailer, 2 trunk lids, 2 doors and the hood. Please
Note The Following **Vehicle Location is at our clients home and
Not In Cadillac, Michigan. **We do have a showroom with about 25
cars that is by appointment only **Please Call First and talk to
one of our reps at 231-468-2809 EXT 1 **
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