Everett Morrison roadster #9442 is finished in traditional
Guardsman Blue with White stripes. This classically styled replica
is a well-equipped car that features handsome good looks and a
powerful engine. The replica Is a great way to get into the hobby
and sports car lifestyle.
is powered by a Steve Schmidt 502 ci V8 with a Billet Flywheel and
Vacuum Pan System mated to a McLeod clutch sending power through a
Richmond 6-Speed transmission. Additional features include vinyl
soft top, stainless steel surge tank, ceramic coated headers with
side pipes, Fuelab Fuel System, Aluminum Fuel Tank, Knock-Off
wheels and car cover.
Everett Morrison uses a Ford 8.8 fully independent four-wheel
suspension, 3.73 gears, Ford Mustang GT hubs and spindles, custom
built racing capable of handling 800 lbs/ft of torque. The vehicle
is also equipped with fully tunable coil over shocks.
On the inside, #9442 has a Leather Interior, Wooden Dash, Smiths
Gauges with seat's are specially engineered steel frame seats with
a removable headrest, optional lumbar inflatable back support and
full adjustable rail mounted to the frame. Everett Morrison
lengthened the seat to provide additional thigh support but
retained the full tuck and roll leather of the Ultraleather
is titled as a 1967 ASVE in CA with around 7,000 miles of which
1,726 are currently on the odometer and is available for
1965 AC Cobra
Exterior Color:Guardsman Blue
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