The engine bay is filled with a 454 big-block motor. But that wasn’t enough so the V8 was bored .60 over for a monstrous displacement of 468. And the upgrades don’t stop there. Built by race car master Ronald Chaisum, he upped the compression 11 to 1, as well as added port & polished performance heads, Edelbrock Performer Plus cam, Comp Cams roller rockers, dual Edelbrock 600 CFM quad carbs, Edelbrock intake, MSD ignition, and so much more to list that we’d run out of room (but call today, and we’ll give you all the details.) This performance build exhales with authority out of Hooker Super Competition headers that connect to the Flowmaster dual exhaust. You get the most out of this full package thanks to the Muncie M21 close ratio four-speed manual that mates to a Ford 9-inch rear end by Quick Performance. In fact, the fully reinforced rear package is built to handle up to 950 hp thanks to the Richmond 3.70 rear end with 31-spline Moser axles. But as much at this it built to be a street-eating dominator, take a moment to look at what the full package really offers. The rebuilt front suspension (including 90/10 Lakewood struts), power steering, and four-wheels disc brakes are all great cruising features. In fact, you’ll be amazed at how tame “The Beast” can be when you just want to cruise.

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Location: Lutz, Florida, United States