Purchase Price: $17,000
Final Cost: $32,281
Selling Price: $35,000
Work Completed: Aftermarket pro-touring handling parts consisting of new set of brakes, new tubular steel A-arms, adjustable suspension kit, new tie rods and sway bar installed, rear drums converted to disc brakes, 3.73 Positraction limited-slip differential installed, stock 350 engine swapped to a 383 crate engine producing 440 hp, new exhaust installed, uprated Turbo-Hydramatic 350 transmission installed, new brake master cylinder and brake bias controller installed, aftermarket splitter installed, rear ducktail spoiler installed, new wheels (18″ front, 19″ rear) and tyres with staggered fitment installed, black go-faster racing stripes installed, new steering wheel and shift knob installed.
Notes: Purchased in La Habra, California. Previous owner had the car restored with new paint, new upholstery, and the engine rebuilt. Modified into Pro-Touring specifications. Sold at new buyer’s initial offer.
Yip. Just saw this episode. The right front stripe was far closer to the bonnet badge than the left side badge. This would annoy me to distraction.
Just caught this episode for the first time today. Did anyone else notice that the front stripes were put on with uneven gaps?
Rulers and measures are your friend when it comes to spacing (Mike – that tip is for you 🙂