PRICED TO SELL! This car is rare. It embodies the 1971 Pierre Cardin prototype vehicle that came out in '71 for the interior that came as an option on the 1972 models. It will only keep going up in value each year. This is a custom 1971 Javelin SST with the 401 bored .3 over for 400 hp and a 727 3 speed automatic, both engine and tranny are rebuilt. Both have only 500 miles on them. Has the custom designer Pierre Cardin interior. If you want to turn heads going down the road than this is the car for you!. Pull in anywhere and watch the people flock to it. Has been a show car for last 10 years. So no scratches, dents or dings on this baby! Pearl White High Gloss paint job in excellent condition. Car is covered 95% of the time and doesn't sit in the sun and doesn't know what rain is. This is the 1971 Muscle car that beat all the other Muscle cars in the 1971 Trans-am international. Just paid $1000 to have new tires put on it since they were 12 years old even though they only had 500 miles on them, put on a brand new Edelbrock 4 barrel carburetor, (have the old one and installed a rebuild kit so you now have a back up), new fuel pump and replaced the fuel filter,. It's ready to be driven for pleasure or put in shows. Runs good enough to be used as a daily driver. Lots of extra parts and extra back glass, both front door glass, side glass, also Includes the Trend Setter Rails, hard to find ORIGINAL DUAL SNORKEL BREATHER $$$$$ BIG BUCKS $$$$$ IF YOU CAN FIND ONE and HEADLINER PAD $$$ AND A NEW 5' BY 5' PIERRE CARDIN NEW UPHOLSTERY PIECE. CAN BE USED TO REUPHOLSTER FRONT SEATS. THIS FABRIC PIECE IS A UNICORN. YOU CAN NOT FIND THESE ANYWHERE ANYMORE (last time one was on the market it went for over $1200, would be much higher now $$$$$$), with lots of little things like window cranks, emblems, covercraft car cover...etc.....extra parts alone worth around $5K. Won't find a faster looking car, in such great condition, with this much horsepower for a better price. Especially considering all the extras.
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