The Features Of The Street Legal NASCAR

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Despite being made entirely of stock parts, NASCAR vehicles haven’t been street legal for decades. That’s about to change with the first prototype (an Impala SS) which consumers can buy and drive around feeling all Dale Earnhardt-ish and stuff. So, what’s under the hood? Let’s find out…
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Gearbox

Tremec 5-Speed Manual
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Clutch

Ram Pickup Truck
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Rear Axle

Locking Ford Nine-Inch
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Tires

Goodyear NASCAR Eagle Street-type
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Brakes

Wilwood 4 Piston Caliper
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Engine

460 hp Aluminum Head V8
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Chassis

NASCAR-Style Tube Frame
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Exhaust

Mild-to-Wild Tube-type
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And, Finally…

4-Door Driver And Rear Entry Doors. That’s right. There’s no climbing in through the driver side window on this baby. And, it’s all yours – for a measly $69,000…
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