SELLING FOR A FRIEND. Call Rick at [hidden information] 8am-11am and 2pm-8pm. Eastern time zoneNot a trailer queen, dependable driver. Built in 1981 from a dry, rust free vehicle. It’s been driven to 15 states and approximately 20,000 miles..SATIN BLACK 50’s style ride into the past. LOOKS FANTASTIC but not perfect. Powered by a Chevy 383 engine, turbo 350 trans with a maverick 8 inch rear end. All steel car with fiberglass running boards and fenders. Original steel fenders, running boards and engine side panels are included in sale. Pete and Jakes 4 inch tube axle, 4 bar with a mustang steering box. Original working cowl vent, windshield regulator, drivers door glass regulator, roll down rear window, gas tank, seat frame and track and the original frame under the car.No air, no power steering, no power brakes, just a great driver.On Jul-29-19 at 10:52:32 PDT, seller added the following information:As stated above I am selling this for a friend. He has asked me to add that due to illness he has not driven the vehicle for 4 years other than in his driveway.He said that the brakes feel sticky and the pedal is soft. Most of the system is new but he would not want anyone to buy it and plan on driving it home. The brakes should be gone through to make sure everything as it should be. It’s a new (installed 4 years ago) dual master cylinder. Everything else on the car is good. Front tires and rims are new. Rear tires are good for a season.. Thanks
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