Speck sheet on my Jeep.
Fiberglass body tub from Four Wheel Drive Hardware
One piece fiberglass front end from Four Wheel Drive Hardware
Custome made and chromed tilt front end brackets
Firewall was slicked out for show purposes
Painted Ford pearl maroon with custom pearl blue to purple to pink flames.The flames are barried in 8
coats of clear, which was color sanded and polished for a glass appearance.
The inside of the one piece front end was sprayed with Rino Liner to make cleaning easier and to
smooth the appearance of the fiberglass.
The frame is the original frame, painted with base coat clear coat, with metalic in the clear.
AXLES and SUSPENSION
The rear axle is an AMC 20 "for now" with a 4:10 gear and a trac lock limited slip. A ford 9 inch is in
the process of being built with disc brakes, lock right, and 4:10 gears. The front is a dana 30
with 4:11 gears and a limited slip . The Jeep has a 2" lift, Rancho 5000 shocks. The front and
rear drive shafts and also the shocks are all painted with a custom pearl purple.
The front and rear seats are Steel Horse custom seats with a matching center console. A carpet kit
was used and then custom speaker boxes were built for the 10" sub´s in the rear and 7x9´s
by the back seat. The dash is filled with the factory gages and a Pioneer CD player (35x4).
The LA Sound 400 watt amp is hidden under the rear seat. ALL nuts and bolts used in the
interior are stainless steel.
The transmission is a T150 3 speed connected to a model 20 transfercase. The clutch is a balanced
and custom built Center Force Dual Friction clutch and pressure plate.
The motor is an AMC 360 block. The crank is the stock 360 crank, polished and balanced. The
connecting rods are chevy Childs&Alberts rods, custom fitted to the crank. The pistons are
forged pistons rated for 8:75.1 The heads are the 360 heads, ported and polished with chevy
stainless steel valves and Milodon roller rockers. The cam was a Comp. cam with 280 adv.
duration and 490/490 lift, but the cam was custom ground to match the heads. A Comp.
Cam double roller timing chain was used to drive the cam. The intake is a polished and gasket
matched Edelbrock Performer with a Carb Shop built Holly 650 double pump. The exhaust
consists of ceramic coated Hedman Hedders into a 2 1/2" pipe into hooker mufflers and
finishes off with 2 1/2" pipe with chrome turn downs. The fuel is supplied by a Holly electric fuel
pump and regulator, and is fired by a Jacobs Omni Pack spark box, Jacobs 8.8mm plug wires,
accel plugs, and a Mallory Unilite distributor. And all of this is cooled with a 3 core polished
radiator and a Summit Racing electric fan. On the dyno, this balanced engine produced 420 hp.
There are too many motor and exterior pretty´s to list.
This Jeep has done a best of 13.92 at 91 mph in the 1/4 mile, and does great to Baskin Robins also.