It’s an interesting hot rod. For the Buy it Now of only $11,250 I think it’s got a lot of potential. I’d probably give it a paint job. I understand the current grey shark look but don’t really like it. There is something about the roll bar that sqaures off the top too much for me taking away from the sensuality of the curves. A change of the seats and a back bumper would finish my makeover. Oh, but then there is the dash. Maybe I’ll just pass on the project and leave it as is, a 400-hp machine.
“For those that love it, this is like a big 400-hp go-cart!
Drive train/ 327 SBC 355 in
Edelbrock 2-4’s (500 CFM each)
Electric water pump; Electric fan
Aluminum fly wheel; Zoom Clutch and pressue plate; Quick time bell housing
Hurst shifted 5 speed
9″ Ford with an Alburn posie 3:50 gears.
The engine turned 414hp and 438 TK on the dino.
Suspension/double A arm front (Heidts): 4 piston Wilwood calipers; anti sway bar; rack and pinion
Rear parell 4 bar; panhard bar
QA1 adjustable coilovers at all 4 corners. Needs alignment.
Body widened 10″ from original; rear fenders out 4.5″; front fenders lengthened 4 “.
Raised 2″; aluminum floor pan and fire wall.
It’s covered in Epoxy gray primer; it looks like shark skin. The body work needs a minor amount of tweeking. Personally, if I could drive it, I’d leave it just the way it is. It looks mean!
The wheels are Mickey Thompson aluminum and have a coat of black chrome.
Included is battery tender and cover
Location & Specifics:
The car is registered in New York. It weighs 2600 lbs.
I am selling the car because of health reasons. Regional delivery within NE USt can be arranged for additional cost (fuel and milage).”