Great looking car. Best sounding car! Really, this thing sounds
tough. Has a lopey idle that sounds like firecrackers out the
tailpipes. Comes with a file stuffed with receipts. Also has
registrations going back to the mid 60s. Same owner until at least
EXTERIOR: Striking metal flake burgundy. It really pops especially in the daylight. Look down the sides it is really straight. Actually all the body panels fit real nice too. it is a Virginia car. The paint looks sexy, it has a polished finish. A new set of 17 inch chrome American Racing special edition wheels and G-Force Comp 2 tires were recently installed. The trim looks beautiful. I'm in back looking at the bumper, trim around the tail lights and on the trunk, it all sparkles. Going down the sides all the moldings, emblems, stainless trim is straight and shiny. Door handles and Bowtie mirrors are replaced. In front the bumper and grill are excellent. Has a few Nick's in the fender eyebrows. The windshield and rubber seals have been replaced. Door jambs are painted real slick, bottom of the doors are clean. New sill plates and weather strips.
INTERIOR: Restored from the carpet to the headliner, literally. The carpets and kick panels are replaced. The upholstery and cushions are new. New cushions make the seat feel firm and upholstery fit nice and tight. New door panels, armrests and bases, window cranks and door handles. The headliner, dome light, visors even the rear view mirror have been replaced. The dash area is beautiful. New the chrome plastic bezel, new steering wheel. There's are a really nice custom made center console for the B&M shifter and a set of Sunpro gauges. It has a modern upgraded stereo system. there are seat belts in the front.
ENGINE COMPARTMENT: This 327 sure puts out some power! It's built- has a set of Edelbrock E-Street aluminum heads-$989, high rise polished aluminum intake and a giant dual feed Holley carb with custom fuel system. Has MSD ignition system and a set of coated Hedman headers. It has some nice accessories too like aluminum pulleys, custom dipstick, chrome fuel pump, chrome alternator, polished bracket, tall valve covers and a good looking air cleaner. It is kept running cool with a polished aluminum radiator, water pump and overflow bottle. Pretty cool high tech radiator hose and goose neck too. Bottom of the hood and jamb is painted as nice as the car. Engine bay is painted a nice satin black. It has power brakes.
TRUNK COMPARTMENT: It was boxed and upholstered, carpeted floor. Jamb and the bottom of the lid way is painted as slick as the car. Weatherstrip was replaced.
UNDERSIDE: Appears to be really solid. Floors look to be original, not patched up. Floors have a light undercoat, frame is smooth satin black. Bottom of the motor is still clean. Turbo 350 trans has a chromed pan. Has sway bar in back. Recent Flowmaster exhaust system.
There is a free bonus included- components for adding power steering. There is what looks like a new steering box, chrome pump, pulley and stainless braided hoses.
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