This NASCAR Cup car is ready to hit the track with all top of the
line parts. Outside, the livery is a throwback to Ed Berrier and
his #22 Greased Lightning paint scheme that was used in the 1992
NASCAR Busch Series season. Berrier actually drove this SS twice at
the 76th and 77th Annual Goodwood Festival of Speed hill climb in
West Sussex, England. Some features include; Penske adjustable
shocks, 22 gallon ATI fuel cell, Jerico dog box, Brembo brakes, MSD
ignition, Autometer gauges, fire suppression system, head
containment seat, oil tank heater, rearend pump and cooler, oil
cooler, and much more. The SB-2 engine runs strong with great oil
pressure and the dog box transmission shifts great. JKS 36, Chassis
RHE-1001-10-99 MSS, 8212 Moonshine Speed Shop Built Chevrolet
Motor, Frame heights 5 3/4 5 3/4, Springs 350 / 550, Camber -1.1 /
-2/3, Caster 4.8 / 4.4, Track Bar 10 / 10, Gear 4.22, Weight 2996
This car is priced at a fraction of the cost it took to build. It
is ready to race and will definitely be a crowd favorite.
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