- Color: SAUTERNE GOLD
- Horsepower: 225
- Drivetrain: RWD
The car was a one owner, HS graduation gift April, 1966. Last licensed 1977, 118,000 miles. Moved to Florida 1990, serviced, at Sears, new tires, shocks, tune up. parked in a garage. My son found it in April, 2017. She would only sell it to my son. We bought it November, 2018. I replaced all, fuel, and brake, components. I started the car on July 1, 2019. Our 50th wedding anniversary was July 5th 2019. We drove the car until the Sunday after Thanksgiving 2019 I backed it in the workshop and put it on my lift. I have been working on it since, we were slowed down by cancer, both my wife and I, as well as covid 19. I have left the interior and exterior just as it was when we bought bought the car. The picture with the car on the trailer was when the car was shipped from Florida to Missouri, November 8, 2018.
What I have done so far , five leaf springs, Shelby traction bars, 9in Ford 3.89 Detroit locker, modified C-4, Hughs 2000 rpm stall converter,2000 Ford 5.0 short block, F3CE heads milled .027, Crane roller rockers, Ford E 303 roller cam, Edelbrock performer intake, Flowtech long tube headers, Canton seven quart oil pan, CSR remote water pump. 3 row radiator with Lincoln Mark VIII electric fan, 135 amp Ford alternator, internally regulated. Protorque clockable starter. Four wheel power disc brakes. Line lock, Holly Red fuel pump, Barry Grant fuel filter, 3/8 relocated fuel line. 650 Brawler, manual choke, mechanical second double pumper, MSD BLACK 6AL ignition control box. MSD BLACK PRO BILLET distributor. 1" sway bar, new shocks all around, 14x7 optional Torq Thrust wheels. Battery relocated into the trunk. Factory console, to mount switches. 100 amp relays for fan and water pump. Automatic resetting circuit breakers for accessories. Relocated electrical distribution behind right shock tower, I am 76, and don't make long term plans. Drive it, maybe Electric Power Steering.