Didn't have any luck with this running and driving, so I have pulled the engine and transmission to see if anyone wants a nice roller to build their way (every single other thing is there, drop in a drivetrain and exhaust and go). I had over 24k in this, here is a quick run down of what the car has, I'm sure I've forgot alot more :
Car was stripped totally to a shell. All rear torque boxes and seams were welded and reinforced. Under coated with chassis saver, no chance of rusting in the future. Not a single spot of rust on this car, body is about as nice as it can get. Subframe connectors pofessionally welded on. Rear suspension is solid double adjustable upper and lower control arms with poly bushings. Moroso rear trick springs, strange shocks. Rear end is an 8.8 with poly upper bushings, welded axle tubes, Moser 31 spline 5 lug fox width axles, rebuilt F150 carrier with new carbon clutches, Moser alum. girdle, 3.73 FRPP gears. Front consists of UPR tubular k-member and a-arms, coil overs with Strange stuts, manual rack with manual steering shaft, manual brakes with PBR dual piston calipers and SN95 spindles, line lock plumbed in and wired, just needs a switch if you want to run it. 10 gallon fuel cell (body was NOT cut, you can go back to a stock tank without ever noticing it), Mallory Comp. 250 fuel pump, Aeromotive regulator, all Aeromotive alcohol / E85 compatible lines, -10am for cell to pump to regulator and -8an from regulator to carb. Car was TOTALLY wired with a painless harness professionally, it's a work of art. Switch on dash for ignition, fuel pump, water pump, fan, and a start button. Ignition key is used to unlock steering wheel only. Battery is in the trunk with the fuel cell, has an on/off switch on the rear of the car also. Ignition box is Mallory 685, the fan is on a relay / thermostat also, over rides the manual switch, good to have. Has a 2" aluminum radiator and electric fan, runs cool on the hottest days. Interior is a 9/10, seats are about as close to perfect as you are going to find for original, all electrical works minus the map light and glove box light (didn't wire those up). Has all Autometer gauges, all wired in and easy to connect to your setup. Greg Weld wheels with 295/50 radials in back, skinnies in front. Body is all stock except a cowl hood, I'd give paint a 9/10. This car was basically setup to run a 10 second 1/4 mile, and drive anywhere you want. Add a cage and take it deeper, or put a mild setup in it and cruise in style. $5,500 in Bowling Green KY.
Pics as it went together :