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1974 CUDA 440 with 5 speed Pistol Grip-American Muscle Cars Palatine,IL 847 485 8449

Originally a 318 3 speed car. 1 of 335 built. It had a full nut/bolt, rotiss. restoration. It now has the 440 dual quad with a 5 speed tremec trans with the original pistol grip. It has all the original rust free panels,floors, glass, chrome, and trim. Original interior as well except for the Autometer gauges, Galen Govier Registry #42 of 54 known left to exist. Keith Black Pistons Steel Crank ARP Bolts Dual Quad Edelbrock Carbs Aluminum Heads MSD Ignition PainLess Wiring Be COOL Radiator Howards Hydrolic Cam $20k paint job All work done approx. 4 yrs ago. Tremec 5 Spd trans. American Muscle Cars Palatine,IL 847 485 8449


 


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