It’s always cool to see a high-performance bench seat car, particularly one outfitted like this one, which includes a 4-point cage behind the seat and more race hardware throughout. The soft interior color is at odds with its performance intentions, and it’s still quite handsome with a shiny dash, handsome carbon-fiber steering wheel, and aftermarket gauges in their own panel in the center of the dash. There aren’t a lot of options, but you will note that it’s ready to rock with a B&M shifter, line lock on the steering wheel, and the monster tach with shift light.
55s inside, providing just the right balance between acceleration and highway comfort. The tub is reinforced with subframe connectors and monoleaf springs use traction bars to plant the giant tires. Cragar mag wheels are era-correct and carry 165/80/15 front and 325/50/15 rear Mickey Thompson radials.