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. DrivetrainWeld 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 coolerInteriorRacing 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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