9' Ford rear axle with limited slip 4 wheel disc brakes Front and
rear sway bars RideTech 30 position adjustable shock absorbers
Engine: 460 cid Lincoln V8 (most powerful 460 Ford ever made) 10.5
compression 365 hp 500 #ft torque Transmission: C6 (matching the
460 engine with extra clutches and 1900 rpm stall torque converter)
Hydroboost power brakes Interior Leather seats and door panels.
Seats are same color as the exterior. Upholstery pattern on doors
replicates the exterior stainless trim. Layers of heat shield and
sound proofing make this car quiet and comfortable down the road.
Power steering. 4 wheel power disc brakes Cruise control Air
conditioning Power windows 10 CD changer under front seat Haneline
gauges Body modifications include: 2 piece sliding side windows
removed, and made into 1 piece 'picture window'. Door vent window
removed, and replaced with 1 piece door glass. Exterior door
handles removed. Most emblems removed for a smoother look. Custom
rear bumper made to run 3' exhaust through bumper. Painted Robin's
egg blue and Wimbledon White. All chrome replated. All stainless
trim had dents removed and polished. Body was removed from frame
and restored on a rotisserie. Frame was sandblasted and painted.
Most cars like this are built strictly for show. The car now has
30,000 miles on it. I do use it for traveling. It is smooth and
reliable. Literally turn the key, and drive it anywhere in the
country tomorrow. It is also a show car. It won the 'Rodders Rep
Pick' award at a GoodGuys show in Kansas city.
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