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Author: NoIDAtAll Big funky green star, 20000 posts Old School Fool Add to my Favorite Fools Ignore this person (you won't see their posts anymore) Number: of 71394  
Subject: Re: Fun at the Auto Show Date: 1/13/2004 2:18 AM
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Now that's more like it!!

Damn, but they're expensive though!


Well, yeah.. IF it's any consolation, he prolly stuck far more into it - and he seems honest (see the last of the ad):


It has a fine sounding, smooth revving, well balanced 1968 440 that has no problems turning the 33x21.5 M/T tires.
New holley electric fuel pump.
New gas regulator.
New Taylor wires with hold downs.
3500 stahl converter
New Mopar Performance headers.
New Lokar kickdown cable I haven't installed yet.
It has a drip of oil in the rearend. Thats because I didn't put sealant the last time I dropped the third-member.
New Flowmasters w/turndowns before the rearend.
Drivetrain
Weld wheels all around.
Rear tires are M/T 33x21.5 Sportsmans.
Moser Engineering axles with large studs in rear.
Art Morrison ladder bars w/crossover bar
Narrowed 8 3/4" rear w.4.88's, posi.
Coil over shocks.
Less than 100 miles on recently rebuilt transmission.
Transmission oil cooler
Interior
Racing buckets with nice covers.
Racing seat belts (5pt harness on driver's side and 3 pt harness on passenger's side).
Padded 6-pt. roll bar
Sheetmetal with carpet where the rear seat used to be.
B&M shifter.
Older carpet, not worn but has shifted some.
Tachometer with shift light.
Oil pressure gauge.
Water temperature gauge.
Factory gauges all in place.
Door panels have a speaker holes.
It does have an old style moon roof and a padded dash, so I do not know what condition the dash pad is in.

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