I originally purchased this vehicle from my Body Restoration guy. The engine was built for street racing and my intent was to do that until I realized that I might get myself in trouble so I decided to have it modified to be street legal. This vehicle carries a 351 Cleveland motor boreded 60 over. dual pipes running from front to back floor master exhaust system, High performance Holley carburetor, new fuel & water pump, new hoses and wires, new brakes all the way around. It has racing tires that are staggered with 70's on the front and 50's on the back with the throwback moon rims. Brand new black and gold leather interior and a $3500.00 paint job less than 2 years old with LED headlights that shine green.
I take it out twice a week to air it out, I find a straight away and get up to 120-130 mph and she still pulls to go faster. It has never been in the rain and it is housed in a garage.
Looking for a good home and someone to take care of her,
LED lights (Green)
The Pick of the Day is an attractively practical pickup truck alternative
Pick of the Day was “new ultimate” in personal pickup luxury
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