|$39,995...1965 DODGE CORONET HANG'EM HIGH
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|This car was built in 2004 for Allen Obernchain of Maneheim, PA by Ken's Kustom Chassis of Leesport, PA. If you are familiar with the costs involved in race car construction, you know they are money pits. Now add on 300 hours of body and chassis work to professionally alter the wheel base. Crazy money!
In addition, over $2500 was spent for fiberglass bumpers, hood, scoop, fenders, doors and decklid. Then the sideglass was replaced with plexiglass. There is no end to the expense.
Of course safety equiptment, electrical system and fuel systems for race can add up. This car also has a Wildwood braking system, high capacity cooling with aluminum radiator and a powertrain that is very powerful.
The engine is a .060 over 1966 440. It has high performance internals, Brodex heads, Edelbrock crossram intake and dual carburetors. With the big cam and trick heads, it has a claimed horsepower in excess of 600.
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|The 727 automatic transmission was built for the task. The valve body is manual and reverse pattern. The convertor has a 3800 stall. The shifter is by Cheetah. The driveshaft is professionally built and balanced. The 8.75 Mopar rear end has a posi unit and 4.56 gears.
The super stock springs are inboard. There is a pinion snubber. The shocks are adjustable. The K-member was moved and it still has torsion bars.
We just installed a new safety harness for the driver and a new set of Cragar S/S wheels. The fronts are a 15x4.5 with NOS Firestone bias ply front runners. The rears are a 15x10 with a special offset of 6 1/2" backspace, they are spinning a pair of 31x10.5W Mickey Thompson ET drag slicks.
The body and paint are of high quality. The color is called Intense Blue Peral. It is a Chrysler color and is common on Vipers.
We are anxious to campaign the car. It is ready to go, just waiting for its chance. We will post results after we get down the track.
Take some time and do the math. When you add up the cost of the car, the parts, the labor and the little things, you will probably come up with a number that is more than twice the asking price.
This is a case where anothers loss can be your gain.
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