VIN # 5R09C227245 Odometer reads 6,416 miles. Fresh frame off restoration. Performance built 302/ 347 hp engine with aluminum heads. Holley carburetor. Performance built C4 automatic transmission. Heavy duty 9 inch Trac-loc rear end. 4 wheel power disc brakes. Power rack and pinion steering. MSD ignition system. Heavy duty cooling system including aluminum radiator. Sub-frame connectors. Heavy duty front sway bar. Vintage air conditioning. LED headlights and tail lights. New wiring. New 17 inch American Racing Torque Thrust wheels. Show quality, fully detailed engine compartment. Runs, drives and handles great. Custom show quality base/ clear coat Acapulco Blue paint. Very nice body gaps. Excellent and very straight body. Correctly, red oxide coated floors. Nice rust free floors. New front and back bumpers. New tail light housings. New body emblems. Polished bright work. New body weather stripping. Custom TMI black sports seats with suede inserts and custom blue stitching. New carpet, door panels, headliner and dash pad. Restored gauges. New glove box door. Custom tilt steering column with wood grain steering wheel. Custom auto sound AM/ FM radio with I-pod hook up. Truly a car to be proud of at any car show. A real head turner.
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