4-speed! I rarely see a 4-speed in one of these cars. This is
supposed to be a fresh build at a cost of $80,000 at a nearby shop.
It is sharp looking, not outdated.
EXTERIOR: Classic hot rod: Full fendered 3 window chopped coupe
with suicide doors. Excellent fiberglass body is straight, fits
nice and no damage. It has a smooth clean look with no handles or
trim. The paint is very smooth and glossy. Hand pinstriped by
Brando in blue for some pop. It has a metal hood, recessed license
plate, flush mounted taillights and a 3rd brake light in the
window. The windows open by remote, then you can reach in and open
the door. New smoked glass, the rear window rolls down. It has a
power antenna. The running boards are covered in ribbed rubber, you
can stand on them. It does have chrome bumpers and mirrors. Real
sharp Billet Specialties wheels. They are 15 inch in front, 17s in
back and much wider. The tires still have the nubs on the
INTERIOR: The entire inside is upholstered and has a nice embossed
pattern. Comfortable seat with adjustable backs and center
armrests. It has safety locks for the suicide doors. Clean looking
dash with matched set of gauges, Vintage Air controls and vents.
The stereo is overhead, speakers are behind the seats and in the
kick panels. Beautiful leather wrapped steering wheel on a tilt
column. On the floor it has a Hurst 4-speed and a Lokar e-brake.
Ignition, power window switches and headlight is hidden out of
ENGINE COMPARTMENT: Performance built 327 motor with an edelbrock
intake and a big dual feed Holley carb, MSD ignition and coated
headers. It has a Vintage Air system with polished components.
Polished 1 wire alternator. A big electric fan pulls air through
the Walker radiator. It has dual reservoirs for the brakes and one
for the hydraulic clutch. The engine bay is smooth painted gloss
TRUNK COMPARTMENT: It has an electric lift. It is completely boxed
and upholstered with an embossed pattern. The floor is carpeted. It
matches the interior. The battery is behind a panel.
UNDERSIDE: Boxed frame with tubular supports painted gloss black.
Upfront has a Speedway suspension and steering with a dropped axle,
transverse leaf spring with tubular trailing arms, rack and pinion
steering. In back is a four link system with tubular control arms,
coil over adjustable gas shocks, panhard bar, and anti swaybar. The
brake system was entirely new. In front it has disc, braided
stainless hoses and it has an emergency break system. The fuel tank
is painted gloss black, it has a cartridge fuel filter and a fuel
line that runs inside the frame. It has a dual exhaust system.
Looking up at the motor it is clean, has a remote dual oil filter
system. It has a heavy duty scatter shield, hydraulic clutch, M-21
Munci 4-speed transmission, and a Hurst Competition Plus shifter. A
new drive shaft connects to a Ford 9 inch rear end. Under the car
it has remote battery terminals and a hidden button to open the
door. The floors are gloss black.
If you want a 4-speed I wouldn't hesitate. I can't remember the
last time I've had one that wasn't an automatic. It is a sharp
looker- colors, stance, wheels are hot. The air conditioning is
I, Jay Grams, take pride in personally writing the descriptions for
virtually every car for about the last 30 years now. A significant
amount of effort goes into fact checking. What I am offering is my
professional impression of the vehicle.
Our salesmen are happy to assist with descriptions and making sure
your questions are answered. One great suggestion is letting us do
a walk around video that explains the car's condition in
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815 385 3644 9-5 central
Rare to find one with a 4-speed! Air cond, p windows.
Rack & pinion
Roll down rear window