VOLO AUTO MUSEUM
27582 VOLO VILLAGE RD
Rare convertible with windows. Very high quality build that can be driven anywhere. A big pile of receipts and literature are included that document the entire build. It cost far more to build. There are so many little things that cost money that you dont even think of until reading the receipts.
EXTERIOR: It has a very classic look. Full fendered with a steel louvered hood, covered running boards, original style headlamps and chrome grill. I love the fact that it is a convertible Cabriolet with an excellent fitting top and power windows. A lot of these cars have lift off tops, side curtains or no windows at all. This is a Windsor body. Has excellent fit and the body is straight. Has suicide doors with hidden hinges and open by remote. Trunk lid raises with a remote power lift. Original style hood opens from both sides. Running boards are covered so you can actually step on them. An original grill was rechromed. Power antenna comes out a tiny hole in the body. The rear valance has recessed license plate and aluminum gas cap. The paint is Majestic Amethyst with a very glossy clear coat finish. Really the body and paint are impressive. The headlights have Ford script, glass lenses but updated with built in turn signals and halogen bulbs. In back it has LED teardrop lights and flush mount 3rd brake light. We haven't talked about the top yet. It is a folding convertible top with black Haartz cloth and a 3 inch chop. It fits excellent against the power windows. The windows have an aluminum frame. It has a great stance. Staggered size aluminum knock off style wheels. 14x6s in front, 15x7s in back with fat tires. This car gets driven regularly but looks like a show car. They have taken exceptional care of it. Has a bra to protect the front from chips.
INTERIOR: Completely wrapped in glove soft leather- the seats, door panels, the dash and armrests. Even the aluminum banjo wheel is wrapped in leather. It is on a tilting, telescopic column. Has a billet instrument bezel with Dakota Digital gauges and some really nice looking A/C vents. Has Vintage Air heat controls. I'm 6 foot tall and fit comfortably. Both bucket seats are power. Suicide has safety locks, retractable cup holders, billet pedals and armrests, Lokar e-brake handle. There is room behind the seat for some storage. Has premium carpet with matching floor mats. Has Ron Francis wiring and fuse panel. The convertible top bows are chrome. Has specialty electric wipers. Has stereo system.
ENGINE COMPARTMENT: 93 Corvette LT-1 fuel injected motor by Street and
Performance. Dressed up with a lot of chrome, stainless and braided lines. Has a serpentine belt and pulley system. Polished aluminum Griffin radiator with overflow bottle, stainless radiator hoses and electric fan. Very neat and tidy the way everything is mounted and ran. The Bsteering is polished, Vintage heat and air conditioning system uses a polished compressor. Smooth clean painted firewall.
TRUNK COMPARTMENT: Power lift trunk lid operated from in the car or by remote. It is completely boxed in and upholstered. There's also a 12 disc CD changer, car cover and bra.
UNDERSIDE: The underside is professionally built and made to look pretty too. Has Ford frame that has been boxed and powder coated. Has Mustang II independent front suspension with chrome coil springs. Flaming River rack & pinion steering. Bottom of the motor has finned aluminum oil pan. Attached to a 4L60E electronic overdrive automatic. In back it has Ford 9 inch rear with 4.10 posi gears. Rear suspension is a Posies parallel leaf springs with new shocks. The entire exhaust system is polished stainless. Has 2 1/4 inch pipe, Specialties mufflers and tips. Also has a polished stainless fuel tank and polished lines. Brakes are disc in front with stainless braided hoses, finned drums in back and stainless lines. Has power brake booster and dual master under the car. A custom battery box that can be lowered holds the battery. It has remote terminals and a cut off switch.
Like I said, this is a turnkey car that is reliable and comfortable. The elderly man that owned it really enjoyed using it and it's impressive how nice looking he kept it.
I, Jay Grams, take pride in personally writing the descriptions for virtually every car for about the last 30 years now. A significant amount of effort goes into fact checking. What I am offering is my professional impression of the vehicle.
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Rack and pinion
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