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Tim Arledge
Yellow GTII This car is owned by Tim in Ohio and is currently for sale
Tim was not the original builder however the builder was a very meticulous family friend. I believe these pictures show the level of detail. Tim has had this GTII a little over 5 years and is selling it to persue another automotive project.
GTII rear It has a 1640cc dual port VW engine with many polished aluminum, chromed and paint detailed engine parts. The engine has been custom built and uses a Holley Weber progressive 2bbl. carb., a C-35 cam, a Bosch .009 mechanical advance distributor, chromed mechanical fuel pump and regulator, it also uses a "Maxi-Flow" oil pump and external oil filter system. Exaust is through a custom "Monza Quad" muffler system.
Interior The rims are 14"x 7" American Racing Vector Aluminum Rims wrapped with Cooper Cobra tires. It uses VW Ghia front disc brakes and VW Type III rear drum brakes, with stabilizer bars installed on both front and rear. It has a custom tan interior with a Kenwood AM/FM casette stereo, cell phone and alarm system, and has the Hurst trigger lock gear shift.
Engine The car has custom rear window louvers and storage compartments built into the engine compartment. It has had 34,000 miles of trouble free driving put on it since construction.
Greg Horton
GTII Greg Horton from Southern California sent my these pictures of a GTII he was interested in selling.
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