This is 1 of 3 per the Marty Report. This car has been seen on the AAA Commercial which can be seen on YouTube with this linkhttps://youtu.be/oAdIFbu3VwU
I Built this car to Drive...Some won't like this part...Top Speed with the Top Down was 160mph maybe 20 more with a Nose Splitter. Estimated Horse Power by Build was 415hp. The 351 Cleveland 4V Super Cobra Jet Motor was Built by Don Woodard our Local NASCAR Ford Engine Builder @ SunnySlope Automotive & Machine Shoppe. All Electronic ignition with MSD all-in-1 Distributor for instant starting and performance.
The Suspension has been lowered 2" and Trussed in the rear, sitting on a New Staggered set of TOYO R888 Fronts: 245/40ZR17 Rear: 315/35ZR17 without cutting or modifying the wheel wells or fender lips.
The C6 Transmission was Built by A&S Transmission to handle the Power with a Stall Converter.
Built by Arizona Differential, 9" Rearend with 350-1 ratio w/ a TracLoc Differential.
A/C is all New R134a, 9 Speakers 500watts Kenwood 615, African Babinga wood Treatments, the Convertible Top is in New Condition with the Glass Back window, LED lighting under hood, Polished Aluminum Trim & Accents, Custom Tail Lights, Shaved Bumper Bolts & Re-chrome, SolCal Gauges in the Factory instrument locations.
Paint by Moe Madrid @ BadBoy's Design. 2 Tone, Medium Metallic Blue w/ Satin Black Accent Hood & Rear Wing. The Original paint color was "Grabber Green"
This car gets the Looks everywhere it goes and the Ladies like it!...Come see it and lets take it for a spin.
The newcomer to Arizona Auction Week, Leake offers a large selection of mostly American iron and fiberglass (lots of Corvettes) at Salt River Fields at Talking Stick on the Scottsdale border for its January 15-19 sale. Leake’s entry brings to an unprecedented eight the number of collector car auctions in Arizona. Though new to Arizona, […]
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