This isn't the minty clean, all original survivor you might expect from a '75 242, in fact it wears a set of the rare early European (E-code) 240 H4 headlights known as TV screens, and an ugly set of LED taillights that remind me of something you'd see on a Fiero based Dino kit car. It could really use new lights front/rear and a set of Euro bumpers, but the wheels are acceptable if you don't have the time/tools to machine your own custom 2-piecers.
Power under the hood comes from a 4-bolt main 350 cubic inch Chevrolet V8 -- standard stuff in 9 out of 10 of the engine swaps you'll see around the web. Instead of the boring TH350 you normally see, this one is shifted with a Tremec 6-speed -- a beefy gearbox with a big following.
The interior has some strange looking sofa seats (which appear to be recovered originals, perhaps a bit overstuffed), a wooden wheel (classy or crassy?) and a nice hat collection (do they come with the car?).
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