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Pretty car, great story- thanks for sharing.
At $23K it seems like a fantastic deal for someone.
This ad won't be around long, I'll betcha!


Just curious- you guys modded the tunnel to take that shift mechanism, yes?
And the door mod- looks great! Nice touch.



I susepect that at this price it won't last long. I have had several calls and someome is suposed to drop by to look at it today. I just want it to go to a good home. Even with the paint chips and some details left to be completed, it is a great deal. And it runs great and is reliable. No problems in the 3200+ mile shakedown or since then.


And we built it from a pretty basic kit, so there is lots of opportunity to engineer stuff into the car that could break. My late brother was quite the engineer and my other brother is a skilled machinist sho does things right, and so I guess I should not be surprised that it has run flawlessly since be backed it out of hsi shop & onto the road for the first time.


The trans tunnel has a hole in it for the original 4 speed trans & shifter that was originally in the car. When i decided to buy it I wanted an overdrive trans for long road trips, so we bought a new T-56 from Ford and put it in with surprisingly little effrt, other than the shifter location is different. The hole in the fiberglass trans tunnel cover needs to be glassed in before carpet.


I really like the door mods - I think they look a lot better than the way they come from Classic Raodsters. I think the Excalibur (which is really a Classic Raodster Cobra built in Milwaukee) had similar door mods.
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