1970 Ford Maverick Hotrod [Turbo, 800hp??]

1970 Ford Other Maverick Grabber

Technical specifications of Ford Other 1970

Price: -
Condition: Used
Item location: Goose Creek, South Carolina, United States
Make: Ford
Model: Other
Type: Coupe
Trim: Maverick Grabber
Year: 1970
VIN: 0k91t238274
Color: Green
Engine size: 363ci SBF
Number of cylinders: 8
Fuel: Gasoline
Transmission: Automatic
Drive type: RWD
Interior color: Black
Vehicle Title: Clear
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Car description

As much as I love, and probably SHOULD keep this car forever, I am thinking about selling or trading it for something else. I REALLY want a '68-71 C0rvette, but I'll get into that later. I'm flexible on the price, but before you lowball me, or even offer, come check out the car in person. This thing looks way better in person!
1970 Ford Maverick Grabber
Price: $27k obo
Engine:
- Man o War SBF (087020), Iron, 363ci
- Bore 4.125, stroke 3.400, 60cc, 8.205 deck height
- 9.8:1 CR
- Timing: Comp Cams billet timing set
- Pistons: CP Bullet series BF6110-std, forged, flat top, -8.7cc dish relief
- Rings: RS8GNHD-4125-0
- Crankshaft: SCAT forged (4-302-3400-5400-2123)
- SCAT rods
- Oil Pan: Kevko F405 Fox Body 351w
- Front Timing Cover: Speedmaster, aluminum (PCE265.1028)
- Oil Pump: Melling (MEL-10688)
- Main Bearings: 2.248
- Heads: Brodix (1061010), T1 F STD X, 195cc intake port, 2.08 intake valve, 1.600 exhaust valve, .700 max lift, 68cc chamber, milled .010
- 15w-40 oil
- Speedpro roller rockers
- Cam: Comp Cams (35-000-9) 248/252 .579"/.576" 115lsa, LJMS spec'd
- Lifters: Comp Cams (8380-16)
- Pushrods: 3/8 Comp
- Intake Manifold: Edelbrock Victor Jr
- Carburetor: CSU Blow Through, mechanical secondary, double pumper, 650cfm, 68 primary 72 secondary,
- CSU Carb hat
- Water Pump: Moroso EWP
- Thermostat: EMP Stewart Components Modified High Flow, 180*
- Headers: Pony Down Performance built turbo headers with V Bands
- Ignition: MSD 6AL with rev limiter at 6500rpms, MSD 8252 ignition coil
- Distributor: MSD Billet (8584), MSD Cap (84083)
- Alternator: Tough Stuff, black
- Balancer: Fluidampr
- Moroso valve cover breathers
- Wires: Delphi Packard wires
- Spark Plugs: NGK V-Power 9, gapped at .025 if I remember correctly
Gaskets:
- Intake: Fel-Pro 1262S3
- Oil Pan: FEL-OS34508R
- Valve Cover: SUM-G2321
- Head Gasket: Cometic (C5515-0564.155), non svo, .056", MLS-5
Fuel:
- Pump: Holley Dominator 12-1600, supports 1800 carb HP, pump or race gas, both pumps wired separately and can be activated together or individually
- Aeroquip -10an fuel line, -10an return line, -8an breather
- Aeromotive fuel regulator, 6psi idle
- Aeromotive post pump filter, ERL pre-pump filter
- Fuel tank: 20 gallon, aluminum, has two fuel line taps, one unused, -an fittings
Turbo Setup:
- Borg Warner S480 T4 (80mm), 1.0 A/R
- Wastegate: Precision PW66
- Blow off valve: Tial
- Fender exit exhaust, I think 4"?
- K&N filter for street use (I've tuned it with it on)
- DEI turbo blanket
- Tuned on 17psi
- MSD boost timing master (8762)
- GP built hotside
Exterior:
- Electric Lime Green (DBC6213K)
- Dual Sport Mirrors
- Grabber stripes
- Grabber spoiler lip
- All lights work
- Aluminum cowl vent cover, riveted
- Boss 429 hood scoop (needs minor work, one of the studs pulled out)
- Fender exit exhaust
- Blacked out taillight panel
- Ceramic Coat* and professional detail
- Windshield wipers work
Interior:
- Cloth (very comfortable) seats, front and back
- 6 point cage, green to match
- Custom gauge/switch panel (really cool looking!), has switches for the water pump, both fuel pumps, gauge lights, ignition, push start, fan, water pump, gauge power, 2 step controller, timing retard
- Gauges: Fuel pressure (on cowl), Vacuum/boost (on cowl), 10k tach and shift light, digital boost, voltage, fuel level, water temp, oil pressure, AFR/wideband
- MSD 2 step controller
- MSD boost retard controller
- 5pt RaceQuip harnesses
- Fire extinguisher
- Black carpet
- Perfect black headliner
- Shifter: PPP KS-1, black
- Line lock button on steering wheel
Transmission:
- Abruzzi Racing built Powerglide, (2 speed)
- Bracket champions P6 w/1.80 straight cut planet
- 8 clutch H6 drum
- Kevlar band race prepped pump
- Pro-tree TB VB deep aluminum pan
- Kwik Shift 1
- Trans brake
- 4200rpm converter/stall
- JW bell housing and convertor adaptor
Drivetrain:
- Custom driveshaft
- Yukon axle shafts
- Ford 8"
- 3.00 with mini-spool
- Extra 3.55 with limited slip 3rd member
- Braced, 4 link
- ARP studs
- 2x3 frame rail connectors and mid-cross member (cut and welded into floor)
Suspension:
- AJE Racing Tubular K Member (64-70 Mustang kit, 701.colt 65)
- Calvert Racing split monoleafs with Trac-bars
- Coilover struts in front, shocks in rear
Steering:
- Manual rack and pinion
Brakes:
- Fronts: SN95 (94-98) calipers/rotors
- Rear: GM metric calipers
- SSBC prop block with line lock
Wheels/Tires:
- Fronts: Billet Specialties 15x3.5
- Rears: Billet Specialties 15x8, 4.5" BS, 1/4" billet spacer
- Front Tires: 155/80/15 BF Goodrich
- Rear Tires: 275/60/15 Mickey Thompson ET Street drag radials
- Spare set of 275/60/15 BF Goodrich radial TA tires
Misc:
- Battery relocated in trunk with external shutoff switch
- Aluminum radiator with small aerospace surge tank
- Electric cooling fan
- Numerous custom made support braces in engine compartment
- Hood pins
- Drag racing parachute, S Gas/Comp (303-2752.bl), needs the release handle mounted inside the cabin, everything else ready to go
- Weatherstripping is perfect
- Binder with a ton of documentation/receipts of the build
Car has not been dynoed yet, but I believe it to be making around 800rwhp on 17psi and 93 octane pump gas. With race gas it could be turned up a good bit more! Have not had it at the track, either. I don't want to get carried away with possibilities here, but I believe it can run 9s in the 1/4. I will eventually take it to the track to see what it'll do. Until then I thoroughly enjoy driving it on the street, to car shows, cruises, running errands, at day or night, rain or shine, traffic or whatever. It behaves very well and tame on the street!
I'd really like to sell it so that I can be picky about the next car, but here are some trade considerations: 68-71 C0rvettes, resto-mods, high hp street cars, C6 Zoh6 C0rvettes or built C6/C5. I could possibly also add about $8k if I sell my daily driver in time. Don't want trvcks except for high hp L1ghtnings, don't want car payments, don't want drag only racecars. (I had to purposefully misspell the other vehicles because CL doesn't like them mentioned for some reason).
I'm located in Goose Creek, SC.

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