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Following in the tradition of previous Ford factory built Mustang race cars like the 1968 Cobra Jet, the Boss 429 and the FR500S Mustang Challenge car, Ford Racing and AAI started work on a production run of 50 Cobra Jet Mustangs in January 2010. Ford Racing built 50 Cobra Jet Mustangs at Ford vendor facilities.
One thing that the crew at Volo Auto Museum understands is that context is everything. They have gone the extra mile to display each movie car with memorabilia and signage that brings the scene to life. The museum features actual movie props such as Tom Cruise's racing seat from Days Of Thunder.
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This classic hot rod is big block powered!Very high quality build, detailed like a show car that was built yesterday. Yet it is a driver, it has 6,700 miles since built. The fit and finishes are exceptional. EXTERIOR: It has a high quality Downs body. 3 window chopped coupe with suicide doors. It is straight as laser. Painted in a premium Sikkens paint. It is like red glass, slick as can be. I did not see any cracks, lifting or even a nick. It also has tastefully painted on ghost flames. It has a chrome windshield frame with an electric wiper. Upfront the chrome bar has built in turn signals. It rolls on highly polished Torque Thrust wheels, dramatically bigger in back. All new smoked glass. INTERIOR: Very classy inside. Professionally done combination of tweed and soft leather trim. It has reclining sport seats with seatbelts. The inside of the cabin is upholstered and has raised patterns. Overhead it has leather inserts and map lights. In front of me is a clean dash with a matching set of Pro Comp gauges. Under the dash is a stereo with a remote and a 12 volt receptacle. It has a tilt column with a custom wheel. It also features power windows. Down on the floor the carpet has bound edges and matching mats. There is a chrome emergency brake handle and a B&M shifter. It has Billet pedals. There are safety locks for the suicide doors. Im 6-foot and fit very comfortably, there is still room behind the seats. Ron Francis wiring harness and fuse block. ENGINE COMPARTMENT: Not too often you see a big block stuffed in one of these, especially with dual quads and a tunnel ram! Dont be scared, it is a reliable crate motor that runs great. Fires up easily, sita and idles smooth. It is over 400 hp, has 454 upgraded cam, Weiand tunnel ram intake with Edelbrock dual quads. The intake was ceramic coated. It has a reverse scoop air cleaner. The motor is dressed up with chrome valve covers, alternator and water pump. The pulleys are billet. It has a cool set of Sanderson ceramic coated headers with dumps. The polished aluminum radiator with a big electric fan keeps it running cool. It also has a polished overflow bottle. It has a fuel regulator with braided stainless steel hose, also braided stainless steel dipsticks for the motor and the trans. TRUNK COMPARTMENT: It opens from a pull handle inside the car. The trunk compartment is completely boxed and upholstered as nicely as the interior. It has a trunk light. This is also where the fuel and battery are located. UNDERSIDE: The frame is from the Rod Factory, it is square tube and painted gloss red. Superbell all chrome front end. Has tubular drop axle and trailing arms. Pete and Jake chrome front shocks. In back it has chrome 4 link system with Alden adjustable coil over gas shocks and chrome panhard bar. Bottom of the motor has gloss red oil pan, chrome starter, oil filter and flywheel cover. Turbo 400 automatic was rebuilt with a mild stall and shift kit. It also has a chrome pan and a remote oil cooler. The drive shaft and rear are painted red. It has a Currie 9 inch rear with 3.73 gears. Wilwood brake system with disc at all 4 wheels. It has an e-brake and billet dust covers in front. 3 inch exhaust has Flowmaster mufflers and big chrome tips. The fuel line is a stainless braided hose. Under the car is a release handle to open the door, a battery disconnect switch and a horn. The closer I look, the more I like. The detail is impressive. It looks like it hasnt been driven, even underneath. If you are going to get a hot rod, why not a big block! 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. Our salesmen are happy to assist with descriptions and making sure your questions are answered. One great suggestion is letting us do a walk around video that explains the cars condition in detail. Dont be intimidated, contact sales now for a no pressure, no hassle experience! 815 385 3644 9-5 central Sales@volocars.com Answered ASAP 4 wheel disc Dual quads Power windows Stereo system Tilt wheel Exhaust dumps
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