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Description: Fully built UGR TT. It is a TH400 conversoin. Has been 8.55 at 155. Car has been recently gone through. Has new turbo, new race headers, header wrap, coan converter rebuilt, transmission gone through by rossler, new plugs and turbo blankets. Has custom UGR intake. This car is built to the max. The billet shafts were removed. I've set the car up with the factory ABS. It sits on a 19/20 HRE 542 invo setup. The billet shafts come WITH the car. This car has not been raced on a drag strip since I've owned it. The car can easily be switched to a 6 speed, which would allow the car to make 1500hp. It has the full John Reed Pectel, tuned by him with traction control. As you can see, there was no expense spared on this car. The car has around 1200 miles on a fresh build
Car was originally black, it's now Lambo balloon Pearl White. Outside of a 2" thin scratch on driver side sill panel, paint is flawless.
Title is clear and in hand. This is the second TT UGR viper I've owned. After 5 years of having them, I'm just ready to move on. The car has been an absolute blast. It runs perfect. Is totally civil and is the most complete SRT TT you'll find. If you have any questions, email me: firstname.lastname@example.org
Power is converter limited to around 1300. The setup will make over 1500 with a 6 speed. Interior is bone stock. It's only setup to go to around 22lbs or so right now as anything past that blows through the converter.
I want to buy a 59 dodge convertible. Depending on condition that's a 50-200k dollar purchase depending on the car. I've always wanted one, way before they became so collectible. I hardly drive this car, as to be honest, I'd rather drive my old cars as it makes my dad happy. He can't really get in and out of this thing, which defeats the purpose of having it in my case.
I had a 71 cuda convertible bought. Upon inspection the ENTIRE car had been rebodied. The only original component was the cowl. Oh and he forgot to brace it properly while taking all of this off. No way in hell it will go back together again.
Yes, it is an auto, manual valve body. It's a very easy car to drive, in a civil manner. Drove it around town today as it was nice weather. Going to throw it up on eBay over the weekend. Just have to get some pictures.
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