Turnkey or Roller
No Passes Since Restoration. Perfect For “No Prep”
This car is currently in “Turn Key” form, and I have about $70K in building this car, but all of the calls I was getting were wanting to put their own drive train in, so I’ll pull the engine and transmission and sell ready for your drive train. I’ll leave all electronics including the ignition box. I’ll leave the radiator. All I’ll take is the motor, transmission, torque converter and Flex plate.
This car features:
- Basecoat/ Clear Coat that was clear sanded
- Dana Rear End Narrowed for 17″ Slicks
- Tube Chassis by Jeffers
- Fiberglass front Clip
- Fiberglass Doors
- Fiberglass Deck lid
- All Lexan Windows
- Kirkey seats
- All Electronics and MSD 7AL ignition
- Rack & Pinion Steering
- Fabricated Dash Filled with gauges
- NOS Bottles and Rack
- Aluminum Radiator
- Cheatah 3-Speed Shifter
- Driveshaft for Mopar BB & 727
- Fuel Cell
- Dual 12-volt batteries
- Electric Fan
- Fourwheel disc Brakes
You simply drop in you Engine, transmission and converter – fill the bottles and head to the track. You couldn’t build this car for twice the $30K I want.
I have a signed title from the Seller with open buyer, but I never titled. I’ll sell on Bill of Seller and give you the Title I was given.
I’ve given you all of the information and detailed photos I have. For a low price of $30k anyone who knows anything about drag racing has all the information needed to either be the first to jump all over this car or move on. I expect the car car to go quick. I’m told the car with an iron head/block 440 and a 7727 weighed 2300 pounds with a 180 pound driver. The car is set up for someone 5’10” to 6’4″. I’m 5’11” and my son is 6’3″ and we both fit comfortably.
If you want the car turnkey, you can have it for $40K. The motor is a pump gas 440 with Indy heads for driving to “True Street”. Fill it with 123 octane and turn the Nitrous On for high 8s. I know nothing else about the motor except that the man who sold to me said it was just freshened. I pulled the pan and a couple cars and verified new bearings. The transmission is a 727 – but I’ve not torn down to inspect. Again, I never really paid much attention to motor and transmission as I had planed a different engine and Powerglide when I originally bought.
The car is located at my race shop in Beasley, TX, which is 40 miles south of Houston on I 69. I’m generally at my shop Tuesdays, Wednesday and Thursdays 8-4.
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