mocityTX

Feeler - ‘75 Autocross car (formerly Verona)

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Price: $100
Location: Houston, TX

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Bought this car one year ago as project for me and my brother who is a bit more mechanically inclined. Car would run but lost power above 4000 RPM. Found a great shop here in Houston owned by Lewis Allen who has been a 2002 mechanic for decades. Almost $5k later - 2 new Weber 40’s, cleaned and coated fuel tank and various other minor fixes - car runs like a champ. Has had tons of engine work - I’m in touch with the guy who owned it for probably 15-20 years and autocrossed it all over the Southeast. I have his log book with extensive detail on modifications. Believe hes a member here and I could get an extensive list for anyone interested, but what I know: 302 cam, LSD, dual Weber 40’s, 4 speed (2nd gear is an issue, fine but have to slow shift into). Car was painted a sort of Auburn tiger orange as the long time owner was a big fan. Paint is not great. Very little rust (spare wheel bay, probably need new pedal box, small spot at base of passenger window. No carpet, needs new interior. No back seat, has simple roll cage.  Have both original bumpers and a bucket full of parts. 

 

Just had second child and don’t have time or need for the car. It is very fun to drive and pulls hard 4000-7000 rpm. 

 

I have about $9500 in it and would love to get close to that out... if that’s not realistic I am sure I will see it on your feedback!

 

thanks for looking. Can post more pics later or send to anyone privately if you’d like. 

 

 

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Any Suggestions on how to increase interest in the car? 

 

More info from from the long time owners log book:

 

Current engine: Non numbers matching: rebuilt in 96 by Bavarian Motor Sports in Suwannee, GA. 

 

Gone through thoroughly by Munich Motorwerke (Lewis Allen) Houston TX in February 2018 - this is when two new Weber 40’s were installed. 

 

More pictures from log book included. Also have a folder with a ton of old old receipts. 

 

Could go ahead and make the car more aesthetically attractive but my skills are so limited I figure someone in this community could do it cheaper... Willing to entertain offers!

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More pictures and information regarding engine maintenance within the last 18 months. Since this work and the subsequent carb replacement and fuel tank work, I have probably put 500-600 miles on the car.

 

Completely re-worked Head

New guides, decked, head gasket is .010 over

MLS cosmetic HG

OEM head bolts

Crankshaft is OEM standard, mic'd within oem wear tolerances

New main and rod bearings

Block was bored out on previous rebuild: .020

Oil pan baffled

Tii pump from previous build

Mic'd everything within OEM spec

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