If youre shopping for a fully-sorted cruiser that puts a 21st century spin on an old school favorite, youre looking at your next car! Starting with a freshly restored convertible, the crew at Paradise Road Speed and Custom was contracted to turn an already desirable car into a ground pounding showstopper! And when the dust finally settled, more than $120K was spent on turning a well-restored bowtie into a first-rate bad boy! Pop the cars hood latch and youll find 502 cubic inches of GM Performance Parts Ram Jet V8 that produces a massive 502 horsepower and an explosive 565 lb./ft. of torque! Underneath this Chevy, theres a high dollar Keisler Engineering Tremec TKO500 5-speed which keeps the power up at the stoplight and the revs down on the highway. That transmission leads a rugged TA Performance 12 bolt rear end which has been powder coated for both appearance and durability. That rear end transfers power to a triangulated four link rear suspension which is complete with Strange adjustable coil over shocks. That triangulated four link pushes a double A-arm front suspension which makes good use of tubular control arms, Flaming River power rack and pinion steering, sway bar end links with Heim joints, and two more Strange adjustable coil over shocks. Those suspensions hold up a modern Art Morrison chassis thats been powder coated and bolted to clean floorpans which are expertly finished in satin black Line-X. That chassis stops are provided by a Wilwood four wheel disc brake system which employs Morrison spindles, 4-piston calipers and high quality braided hoses. The cars spent gases are ushered away by great sounding Flowmaster dual chamber mufflers that are woven into a network of ceramic coated exhaust pipes. And all this top notch hardware rides on a slick set of Wheel Vintiques billet Rally wheels which spin 245/45/18 Ventus Sport radials in front of 275/40/20 Hankook Ventus ST radials. Call, click or visit http://RKMotorsCharlotte.com today!
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