Dual exhaust, 429 engine (not original), New Tires, New Power Brake Conversion Kit from Deerborn Classics installed, New Carpet, New vinyl seat covers, New paint job, New Headliner, New front and rear bumpers (after market).
I purchased this car in 2008 at the October Auto Fair held at the Charlotte Motor Speedway. The car is pretty much the same as the day I purchased the car except for the Power Brake Conversion which I installed. The restoration of this car looks good to me. The paint job looks professional. The restoration, however, is not complete. Here are a couple things I have observed about the car:
1 - The engine runs well but does smoke as it warms up and is not a high performance engine. There is a slight coolant leak at the gasket between the engine block and timing chain housing.
2 - The car will need a complete brake job.
3 - The interior has some sun damage on the door panels and the dash is cracked but does have a new dash cover.
4 - There is a slight water leak around the upper left corner of the rear windshield.
5 - The left rear quarter panel has had some body work.
6 - The steering wheel is original with the GT logo but also has some splits, however, it is still solid. SOLD
LocationShelby, North Carolina Mileage:47,580 Engine: 429 engine Body Type: two-door hardtop Interior: white.black Exterior: red
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