You have stumbled across one of the sweetest T-Buckets You will ever find! It has a gorgeous purple paint job with some killer flames that are really set off by its chrome Cragar rims. Pretty much everything on this car is chrome and if not it is painted with the end result being a car that just simply looks gorgeous. The heart of this ferocious beast is a high performance 350ci V8 with a 4 bolt main that enables this beauty to go even faster than it looks. The engine is fed via an Edelbrock 500cfm carb and intake and sounds just plain nasty ripping through its ceramic coated headers and exhaust. The power is transferred via a freshly serviced Turbo 350 tranny which is mated to a 10 bolt rear end with 3:73 gears. Most T-buckets have power but do not have the ability to put it to the ground which is what sets this one apart from the crowd. The suspension has been upgraded with front shocks, a front stabilizer bar, rear coil-overs, front and rear torsion bars and a pan head bar which keeps the rear end from trying to go sideways. The steering has also been upgraded with a heavy duty steering set up which makes it a breeze to control where you want to go. You will also find more the sufficient stopping power with its 4 wheel performance disc brakes. It has a very nice grey interior with a matching removable top. It has been meticulously cared for since it was put on the road 4,087 miles ago and it has been serviced within the last 100 miles at which time new king pin bushings were installed. In excess of $40,000 was spent to build this beautiful Bucket. We have priced it to sell as fast as it moves with an asking price that is less than half of its build cost. If you could see yourself tearing the roads up in this sweet ride you best call before its too late! For more pictures and a video of the engine visit HotRodsChoppers.com
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