Ebay find-original Plymouth "Jayhawker" AF/X'er"
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This is the original “Jayhawker” AF/X’er!! It’s been in a private collection since the restoration was completed in ‘07 & now is available. Again, this is not a clone- it began life as an original 63 Plymouth Savoy High compression Max-Wedge “Crossram” car- it was painted black and named the “jayhawker” in ‘63 then in ‘64, Jon Thorne of Valdosta Georgia moved the rear end forward 14”, added a 64 plymouth fiberglass front clip, straight axle, painted it silver and blue, got rid of anything that wasn’t nessesary and initially ran a supercharged max wedge engine but ultimately had to have the new 1964 426 hemi engine.
This evolution made it one of the first AF/X cars on the drag strips and it was raced till ‘66 when the birth of “funnycar” class ended the hugely popular and entertaining AF/X class. In the early 90’s it was found and restored by Chet Gibbs to thrill the crowds exhibition racing and going to nostalgia meets – it ended up with a collector in Idaho till ‘06 when it was sold and torn apart again for a museum quality restoration. Look closely at the pictures at the front wheels about 4 feet in the air! The display picture board is included as are about 15 magazines and books in which the car was published. The old mechanical Hillborn fuel injection runs great and is very reliable. The paint and trim is very nice. Sold on a bill of sale. If you have any questions please email email@example.com or call 402-466-3043 or 402-202-2263. Thanks- Trades??