It's got a 1968 327 with a two speed power glide.
It came with everything to build a 383, all brand new in boxes, including a new in box 700R4 with torque converter. Even all new ARP nuts and bolts!
The transmission alone costs more than I paid for the whole package.
The car has been sitting...
This is probably of no interest to most of you, but I've seen less relative threads
I recently acquired a 1970 Chevelle, buried axle deep. The tags on the plates say 1996 .
After doing all of the necessary preparations, it started right up.
Hopefully taking a test drive in the coming days...
Yea, I think I would have passed on that one, at any price, even if he gave it to me.
I have enough crap( physical objects. including guitars) cluttering my life.
On top of that, I had an original Dan Armstrong back in the day, so..been there, sold that.
With the spring cavity right there (most of us don't even use the covers), it is pretty simple to see a solid wood body.
I have only seen one plywood body in my time, not a Fender, and it was painted a solid color.