Subtle fender flares and lack of hood scoop and roll bar set the 427 street car apart from the KMS/SC model. Some think that the street version is the sleekest of all the roadster designs and doesn't need the flashy add-ons to stand out in a crowd. The 427 KMS/Street car has the same 4" main frame rails, coil over suspension, rack and pinion steering, and disc brakes as it's race car inspired siblings.
The 427 KMS/Street includes:
aluminum body w/ filed finish mounted and riveted to the steel subframe hood, trunk, doors & latches
aluminum interior panels
foot boxes (fiberglass)
rear view mirror
Moto-Lita 15" wood laminate steering wheel
leather seats (non-sliding)
shift boot & trim ring
head & tail lights, front turn lights, license light
relays, horns, switches, dash warning lights & fuse box
battery tray & cables
aluminum radiator w/ mounting hardware and fan
brake & park brake systems
hydraulic clutch master cylinder & lines (ready for customer supplied flex line & hydraulic T/O bearing)
throttle linkage, complete (fits customer supplied FE engine w/ 4bbl)
billet aluminum suspension
forged aluminum knockoff wing nuts
Wilwood 4 wheel disc brakes
15" Trigo wheels with 245 & 275/60-15 tires
Weight: From over 2400 pounds for a car with original style suspension, brakes, differential, top loader, 427 FE with iron block and heads to less than 2000 pounds with all of our lightweight options and an aluminum engine.
Major Options Available
Stainless steel frame, hood scoop, oil cooler scoop, roll bar, original style suspension, Girling style brakes, Le Mans hard top and factory assembly.