The SSK is a roadster built by Mercedes-Benz from 1928-1932. It is an abbreviation for Super Sport Kurz which translates to Super Sport Short. Its extreme performance made it one of the most highly regarded sports cars of its era. Established in 1964 Fiberfab was an automotive manufacturer that started making accessories and body parts and progressed to making fully assembled autos. Fiberfab International ended up becoming one of the longest lasting kit car manufacturers to date. This particular kit was sold new in 1987. The donor car was a 76 Pinto with just over 55,000 miles that was equipped with a 2.3L 93 HP I4 engine, an automatic transmission, power steering and power brakes with front discs. Prior to its assembly the engine and transmission were both rebuilt. Everything else was gone through from top to bottom before being installed so it was basically a new car when it was finished in 1990. It has since only been driven 857 miles. It comes with a soft top, a boot and a cockpit cover. Close to $40,000 was spent on the creation of this gorgeous SSK yet we are only asking half of that. At the price we are asking this beauty is sure to sell quick so if you like what you see you better get in touch with us before it is too late!