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Offline jww36

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COMPLETE TURNKEY BONNEVILLE ROADSTER
« on: November 16, 2019, 10:02:34 AM »
1934 Ford bodied "C" gas roadster #114. Featured in 2015 year event El Mirage LSR season shirts and posters. Won Best of Class and Best Engineered at 2014 Grand National Roadster Show.
Built over a four year period with absolutely no compromise in fabrication using the best components available. Frame and roll cage exceeds SCTA requirements. Comes with 358 cubic inch SB2 acquired directly from Dale Earnhardt Inc (have Bill of Laden, six pages of engine build specs, torque specs, etc.), DEI stainless steel headers, Inconel exhaust covers, 5 speed Liberty transmission with steering wheel actuated air shifting, Speedway quick change rear end, two 10 pounds onboard fire suppression system with Halon for cockpit and Firefox foam for engine bay, steering wheel air actuated Simpson parachute release with manual release spare chute, onboard engine coolant and oil pre-heat system because of tight engine tolerances, Schroth seven point harness system, NASCAR type floating disc brake rotors with Wilwood  four piston calipers, Goodyear LSR tires.

Spares include engine rebuild kit with brand new set of Cirrillo rods, new set BME pistons, new set of valve springs, gaskets, rear wheels with set of Mickey Thompson tires, etc  plus much, much more.

This turn key package also includes fully contained 33' toy hauler with garage area to haul car, easily sleeps six with full kitchen, toilet, shower, generator, air conditioner, water, etc. She ain't very pretty but it's a great accet on the salt or dry lake. Asking $67,500 for all.

Please PM if you have any questions. John Weatherwax