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Hi-Tech 427SC w/ 428CJ sold Ads from this Seller · Contact Seller
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GASKETBOY 2575 Sat August 30, 2008
Asking Price Condition
SOLD! (Best Offer) Great
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Description: 427SC manufactured by Hi-Tech (Phoenix AZ.)

Car is on its way to northern Michigan.
Titled as a 1965 Ford in Arizona

Overview:
You would be hard pressed to tell this car apart from a CSX4000 series, well, except for the price. Glass body with bolt on scoop all body and door edges are rolled over per original aluminum cars. All lights, switches, emblems, hinges, carb linkage, hood, door and trunk latches etc are period correct.
Guardsman Blue with Wimbledon white stripes
4 round tube frame based off original blueprints.
Tubular upper and lower front control arms
Independent rear suspension: 9" Ford center section
Wilwood brakes - 12" rotors w/ Superlite calipers
Coil over shocks at all 4 corners
Chrome roll bar
Dashboard braces
Trigo polished pin drive wheels with stainless steel knockoffs
Custom wiring by Arizona Street Rods

Engine:
428 Cobra Jet
Installed in January, 2008 currently has 1,250 miles on it. Professionally machined (Hewes Performance - Reno Nevada), it is loaded with the best of parts, starts at the turn of the key and has great oil pressure. Realistic power is estimated at 425hp.
Cobra Jet service block with correct internal ribbing; oiling mods done, deburred
Edelbrock alum heads (ported and matched)
428CJ crank
Eagle forged H-Beam rods
JE forged pistons approx 10:1 pump gas friendly compression ratio
Rotating assy balanced
ARP main, head, and rod bolts
Clevite bearings
Comp Cam Extreme Energy XE274 series hydraulic cam
Precision Oil Pumps roller rocker setup with hardened shafts and billet end stands
MSD ignition distributor, coil, 6AL, wires
Canton road race oil pan 8 quart
Edelbrock Performer RPM intake (matched to heads)
750cfm carb - Proform HP style
Turkey pan and correct Hellings & Stellings Air cleaner
Cobra Lemans valve covers
Edelbrock Victor Series water pump
Thunderbird style expansion tank

Transmission:
4 speed Toploader
Centerforce Gold clutch and pressure plate
Centerforce Aluminum flywheel
ARP flywheel bolts
Roller pilot bearing
Correct reverse canted Mustang shifter
Hurst linkage

Interior:
Leather seats & Dash panel
Autometer Cobra series gauges w/ reverse speedo
Moto Lita steering wheel
AC pedals
Black carpet
Fresh air ducting to foot wells

Misc.
Jet Hot coated side pipes and header pipes.
Ron Davis aluminum radiator with Spahl (Shelby) thermostatically controlled electric fan does not overheat even in Phoenix summers.
Girling master cylinders for clutch and brake with Girling reservoirs under hood
Mocal oil cooler
ALL lines are braided with AN fittings
Aluminum paneled trunk
Dual Stewart Warner electric fuel pumps in trunk SC style
Dual 6-Volt Optima red-top batteries mounted behind passenger seat with cutoff switch as per original SC cars.
Functional wipers


Hi Tech was known for producing very accurate replicas. This is NOT a live axle, Mustang II or Fox body donor car it is a very accurate, high end replica that has been built right and maintained well. You can still eat off the underside after 7-1/2 years on the road. The car does get driven regularly in the cooler weather and has several rock chips so it is not a show car.
Keywords: 427sc hi tech 428cj


Author
Great Asp
CC Member


Registered: February 2001
Location: St. Louis, Missouri
Posts: 1648
Comment Date: Sun August 31, 2008

Looks like a really nice car!

Good luck with the sale!

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SunDude
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Registered: July 2006
Location: Ottawa
Posts: 1597
Comment Date: Sun September 7, 2008

Very nice looking car!

When was it originally completed and/or licensed (month and year)?

The car has to be at least 15 years old for we poor ol' Canucks to import it.

Thanks.

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GASKETBOY
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Registered: February 2001
Location: Lake Elsinore
Posts: 343
Comment Date: Tue September 9, 2008

I believe it was in the fall of '99. I'm about 1,000 miles from home and all my records.

It is titled as a 1965 Ford Roadster if that helps.
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