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Cars > Challenges > “CRANBERRY KUSTOM” Vs “gramps”

 

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M–62
Everett, Massachusetts
United States

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Ogilvie, Minnesota
United States

 

1947 Buick Special

“CRANBERRY KUSTOM”

1970 Pontiac Grand Prix model j

“gramps”

 
Photo of: 1947 Buick Special

No longer owned

Photo of: 1970 Pontiac Grand Prix
 

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About “CRANBERRY KUSTOM”

Garage kept 1947 Buick Special, 2 door Torpedo back, body sits on a 1984 Chevy Caprice frame, engine 1988 Chevrolet stock 305c.i., trans 700-R4 overdrive, rear end 1984 Chevy with 3.08 gears, power steering, pb, tilt wheel, disc brakes in front and rear drum brakes, Chevy factory air conditioning under dash, Equipped with Chevrolet computer that regulates the Throttle Body Injection System (T.B.I.) instead of a carburetor, CD player Michelin tires with 10K miles,

This car has won many trophies, it's a crowd favorite. The car is straight and rides like a dream!!

About “gramps”

86,xxx actual miles, Total production: 65,750 the car is all original

 

Specs for “CRANBERRY KUSTOM”

Garage kept 1947 Buick Special, 2 door Torpedo back, body sits on a 1984 Chevy Caprice frame, engine 1988 Chevrolet stock 305c.i., trans 700-R4 overdrive, rear end 1984 Chevy with 3.08 gears, power steering, pb, tilt wheel, disc brakes in front and rear drum brakes, Chevy factory air conditioning under dash, Equipped with Chevrolet computer that regulates the Throttle Body Injection System (T.B.I.) instead of a carburetor, CD player Michelin tires with 10K miles,

This car has won many trophies, it's a crowd favorite. The car is straight and rides like a dream!!

Specs for “gramps”

400 c.i.d. (6.6 L) V-8 "XH" engine, 350 HP ·
Rochester 4-bbl. Quadra-Jet carburetor
Turbo-Hydramatic 400 automatic transmission
Variable ratio power assisted steering
Power brakes, front disc
Safe-T-Track limited slip rear differential
Rally II steel wheels ·
Performance tuned dual exhaust

 

Factory Options for “CRANBERRY KUSTOM”

Garage kept 1947 Buick Special, 2 door Torpedo back, body sits on a 1984 Chevy Caprice frame, engine 1988 Chevrolet stock 305c.i., trans 700-R4 overdrive, rear end 1984 Chevy with 3.08 gears, power steering, pb, tilt wheel, disc brakes in front and rear drum brakes, Chevy factory air conditioning under dash, Equipped with Chevrolet computer that regulates the Throttle Body Injection System (T.B.I.) instead of a carburetor, CD player Michelin tires with 10K miles,

This car has won many trophies, it's a crowd favorite. The car is straight and rides like a dream!!

Factory Options for “gramps”

everything listed

 

Mods for “CRANBERRY KUSTOM”

Garage kept 1947 Buick Special, 2 door Torpedo back, body sits on a 1984 Chevy Caprice frame, engine 1988 Chevrolet stock 305c.i., trans 700-R4 overdrive, rear end 1984 Chevy with 3.08 gears, power steering, pb, tilt wheel, disc brakes in front and rear drum brakes, Chevy factory air conditioning under dash, Equipped with Chevrolet computer that regulates the Throttle Body Injection System (T.B.I.) instead of a carburetor, CD player Michelin tires with 10K miles,

This car has won many trophies, it's a crowd favorite. The car is straight and rides like a dream!!

Mods for “gramps”

none

 

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Points for CRANBERRY KUSTOM Total Votes Points for gramps
10 6 20

 

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