This is a '97 Port City Super Late Model with a '01 front clip. However, you will probably be buying it for the parts: AP brake calipers, wide 5 hubs, and wheels, quick-change rear, front spindles, a-arms, Quartermaster 5.5 dual-disc clutch, Tilton brake/clutch pedal assembly with Tilton master cylinders, Coleman brake line pressure engine shutoff, new, untrimmed windshield, Muncie 4-speed with 1st gear removed, 2 Griffen radiators with integrated oil coolers, Stewart Stage 4 water pump, Petersen dry sump tank, Speedway dry sump pump (ok, I would get a Barnes but it might be useful as a spare), brake line pressure gauges, etc.
The engine is a 2-bolt BowTie block, with Ultralight Crower crank and Manley Tourlight rods. I believe it has CP 12:1 flat top pistons, .043/.043/3mm rings with DLC pins. Bowtie head.
It is using Comp Cams steel rockers (shafts weren't allowed and I hate stud girdles) with 1.8/1.6 ratio Pro Magnum rockers off a Comp Cams MA cam 252/256 104. There is a set of Comp Cams 26094 springs. The valve covers have valve spring oilers to keep spring temps down.
Victor Jr 2bbl intake, 1" phenolic spacer, Holly 4412 carb, K&N Flow Control air cleaner.
Maybe 20 12" and 14" Hypercoil springs. Front sway bars from 1" to 1.5" (I think 5 total). The car has a 7° and a 12° front spindle, and a pair of 10° spindles.
There are lots of steel braided lines everywhere, to/from the dry sump tank, fuel lines, cylinder head water bleed lines, to the valve spring oilers, from the dry sump pan, etc.
The car has a fire bottle for the interior that extends to the base of the carb and a second bottle with a temperature trigger to be mounted near the fuel cell. There is a fuel cell. But the cell will need new foam and the fire bottles probably need to be recharged.
I'd love to be racing. Every year I tell myself maybe I can squeeze in a few races. But I'm working around the clock and just don't have the time. We figure I can take a vacation in 2023. The chassis is a bit old, the body, a Five Star 1999 Monte Carlo is no longer available. But there are lots of parts here that should be useful.