Black chrome 17″ 5-spoke wheels wear 225/50 Sumitomo tires, while other modern updates include 4-wheel disc brakes, black rear glass trim, and upgraded suspension bushings. The seller notes a noise from the rear differential at low speeds when turning sharply. High-back bucket seats are reupholstered in black vinyl, while other fresh interior components include the door panels, contoured dash, black low-pile carpeting, seat belts, instrument panel, gauges, and more. The factory 3-spoke steering wheel remains in place and the odometer displays just over 19k miles. The Q-code 428ci Cobra Jet V8 is said to have been rebuilt along with the 4-speed Toploader manual gearbox and 3.91:1 Detroit Locker rear end. Modifications include a port fuel injection system, electronic ignition, polished aluminum rocker covers, and a Cobra-branded air cleaner. The seller points out factory-style hardware, clamps, hoses, and Autolite parts underhood and describes a leak from the power steering reservoir. Several underbody photos show the condition of the floor pan, suspension, drivetrain, Borla exhaust, differential, and 4-wheel disc brakes.