Over $85,000 spent building this high end, ridiculously detailed
hot rod. Only a few hundred miles since finished. A few of the
stand out features include fuel injection with stacks, keyless
start and polished quick change rear end.
Let's start with the chassis: custom built, smooth frame painted as nice as the body. Polished 4 Link in back with Heidts coil over shocks. Polished stainless front end with inboard coil over shocks. 4 wheel Wilwood brakes with polished calipers and drilled rotors. 350 motor and trans were ground smooth and color matched to the car. Polished Brodix aluminum heads. Inglese injection with Fast computer. MSD ignition. Polished Billet pulleys, brackets and components. Custom made polished aluminum radiator with electric fan. Coated headers and custom exhaust with stainless mufflers.
Polished a/c system with hidden lines.
The body is perfectly straight with glass finish everywhere including firewall and even the underbody. Custom flames painted underneath also. Subtle body mods include pinched front end, molded in windshield and raingutters.
Interior is gorgeous. Off white better then leather upholstery, Mercedes carpet, custom console, digital gauges etc. Trunk done to match.
Has binder with restoration photos, receipts and total wiring diagram. Wires are all hidden.
Stunning example of craftsmanship.
Quick change rear
4 wheel disc
Power trunk lift
Billet Specialty wheels
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