This is a high end, award winning and investment quality show car. Recent appraisal $122,500. Totally sorted out, no issues.
---FRAME & CHASSIS: Pete and Jake’s www.peteandjakes.com
Front Axle: Traditional 4” Dropped w 4-bar, Leaf Spring, all chrome
Brakes: Disc front, Drum Rear 11”
Rear Axle: Ford 9” w 2.50:1 Ratio, Traction Lock, Coil Overs
Lowered: Rear frame modified to lower rear
---DRIVE TRAIN: Chevrolet Division of GM, Detroit, MI
Engine: SBC Stroker 383 C.I., 4.030” bore & 3.750” stroke
Induction: GMC 671 Supercharger w Dual Edelbrock 4-Barrel Carbs
Transmission: Chev Turbo 350, Beefed; Alloy Driveshaft
Exhaust: Under-car, ceramic coated, Flowmaster Mufflers
---WHEELS and TIRES: Halibrand Engineering, Wellington, KS
Rim Sizes: Front 15x5; Rear 15x8
Type: Sprint Wheels with Spinners, Polished Aluminum
Tires Rear: Mickey Thompson ET Street 255/60R15 Radials
Front: Nankang EX-601 185/65R15 Radials
---BODY and PAINT: Body by Wescott’s Auto Restyling www.wescottsauto.com
Paint: Black/Candy Apricot
Graphics: Mitch Kim
Top: Removable soft top
Windshield: Dan Fink custom chrome, 2” chopped
---INTERIOR: Custom fabricated Gabe Lopez tan leather Seats, Door & side panels, trunk
Gauges/Wiring: Classic gold-trimmed, Ron Francis Wiring
Steering: GM Tilt Column, painted
Grant Steering Wheel, gold trim
Carpeting: Tan custom made by Gabe Lopez
Please contact Larry at (801) 766-4651 or email: email@example.com
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