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jmacanderson 4366 Fri July 10, 2009
Asking Price Condition
$40,000.00 Excellent



Description: Reduced Again! This beautiful car was built by G-Tech Engineering in 2005. He still has pictures of the build on his website www.gtechcars.com under featured cars. I have literally hundreds of pictures of the build. He had built this car planning on keeping it for himself, so everything was done right. If you browse his site you will see the quality he puts into all his work.

Vehicle Description: 427 Custom Cobra Recreation
Engine and transmission: 460 Ford Big Block crate engine, 550hp, Super Cobra Jet aluminum heads, painted block (red), Street Demon 850 Carb, special made Cobra 460 valve covers, Cobra air cleaner, Taylor wires, MSD 6 AL Box, Electronic Distributor, Pro Torque Starter, polished stainless headers, Fuel pressure regulator & gauge, chrome coolant expansion tank, Earls stainless lines, special Show Chrome around engine compartment, fully detailed engine.
Transmission: Richmond 5 speed, Long shifter, Lakewood bell housing, Center force Dual Friction Clutch, special design external hydraulic clutch system.
Body: Stallion style, 6" Longer 4" wider than original, PPG basecoat, clear coat, unique awesome 5 step paint, base is Intense Blue, Silver stripes, base clear with prismatique (glitter), pearl cover, high build clear coat 3 coats, Blue is much darker than picture shows. Must see this sparkling paint job. Picture does not do this paint job justice. Finished underside of hood with stripes as well.
Frame: Tubular space frame designed with safety in mind, painted yellow steel brake & fuel lines, electric fuel pump, Fram pre filter, 20 gallon aluminum fuel tank, 7 core radiator.
Suspension: Rear: Ford 9" Posi unit 2-73 gear triangular 4 bar coil spring, disc brakes, emergency brake and sway bar. Front: Tubular upper & lower control arms HD brake caliper, 11" rotors, power assist rack & pinion steering, power 4 wheel disc brakes.
Wheels: American Racing Torq Thrust II 15x7 Front 15x8 Rear, BF Goodrich Radial TA Tires, 225/60R-15 Front 295/50R-15 Rear
Interior: Black leather like luxurious sport style interior, tilt steering, Grant steering wheel, wrapped dash & console, fully carpeted gauge panel with 10 VDO gauges, fuel shut off, battery disconnect, Blue RCI Cam lock racing seat belts, large capacity trunk fully carpeted with trunk light, Optima 800 amp battery mounted in trunk.
Custom stereo with 250w amp.
Keywords: west coast replica 427 460


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flyboy1997
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Registered: February 2005
Posts: 229
Comment Date: Sun September 6, 2009

How much room is in the car, I am 6'2" 240#s . I have seen one west coast in person & it looked like a tight cockpit? Have a Lonestar & a Excal already but you have a nice car, just the times I guess since it has not sold, that & maybe west coast not seen much?

I Really don't need it for sure but what is your bottom dollar?

Wendell
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jmacanderson
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Registered: March 2007
Location: Ivins
Posts: 41
Comment Date: Wed September 9, 2009

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jmacanderson
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Registered: March 2007
Location: Ivins
Posts: 41
Comment Date: Wed September 9, 2009

I realized there are two things about the car I have not mentioned. After I bought it I put an alarm on it that has an impact and vicinity detector. (it will beep if someone walks to close) Everytime there is an alarm, or warning beep, it pages the keychain sensor which lets you know it is going off. This has been great to make sure no one messes with it when you are out of eyesight. This alarm cost aprox. $1,000.

Also I installed two 6 speakers with a 250 watt amp running them so if you would rather listen to music than the sweet engine music it sounds great. This was approx. $1200.
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