Created by Steve Hendrickson and Shelby Bankston from Grandby, Missouri-based B & B Manufacturing, the classic racing inspired HCS Coupe is a product of the highest quality craftsmanship. With over 20 years of experience in the manufacturing business, the roadster and kit specialists have created the HCS Racing Coupe in a very high quality construction. Fitted with new Moser axles, a 9 inch rear end narrowed to make the mod look even sleeker, the HCS Racing Coupe comes with transmission and motor mounts that are pre-welded to the custom tube frame and the hand laid fiberglass body.
Plexi glass covers and painted headers and side exhaust are not installed on the unit. The HCS Racing Coupe comes with an aluminum radiator, Plexi glass windows and window frames installed as well as a complete light kit. The mounted pedal assembly on the racer is custom made with a removable hub on the pre-installed steering. The sway bars on the front and rear on the HCS Racing Coupe are fully adjustable and the trunk, doors and hood on the vehicle come hinged and latched.
The reverse speedometer with sending units on the mod comes with Kirkham gauges and the pan hard bar is also fully adjustable. The front coil over shocks, the tubular front suspension and the rear coil over shocks on the HCS Racing Coupe are fully adjustable and sourced from QA1. The calipers on the front brakes on the racer are from Wildwood and the racer features four adjustable bar trailing arms, rear brakes with 11 inch disc brakes. The polyurethane gas tank on the racer has an 18 gallon holding capacity. The HCS Racing Coupe is set to be retailed at $25,900 and is also offered in a Street Coupe version.
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