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CLASSIFIED AD #24093 DETAILS , 4 Pictures
McBURNIE MIAMI VICE DAYTONA SPYDER 365 GTB REPLICA
Here is your chance to own a great looking Jet-Black Ferrari Daytona Spyder like DON JOHNSON drove in the 80'S tv show MIAMI VICE. This Daytona Spyder replica was built by TOM McBURNIE on a 1981 Corvette Chassis. For those who don't know the history McBURNIE built the Original Cars for detectives Sonny Crocket & Ricardo Tubbs for the Hit TV show MIAMI VICE. Therefore making this vehicle one of the most recognized and most desirable replicas ever built. Again this is a true Tom McBURNIE Daytona with McBURNIE embossed in the inner hood and left side rocker panel. This Daytona is finished in all Black exterior with Tan/Black interior & Black Canvas Convertible Top. This awesome Ferrari replica is powered by a Custom Built 415hp 383 Stroker Motor with aluminum heads and intake built by American Racing out of Moline IL (WWW.AMERSPEED.COM). and a 700R4 OD automatic transmission. Also comes with power windows, ac, Ferrari lights, emblems, badges and true chrome Dayton Knock Off Wire Wheels.
By owning this car you will have both the visual and performance pleasure you can handle.
This Daytona is guaranteed to turn heads where ever you go. Don't miss this rare opportunity of owning one of the coolest cars ever built at a fraction of the price of an original.

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Price: $22,999

City: YORK
State/Locale: PA
Country: US
E-mail: miamispyders@aol.com

This ad posted: 2/19/2013 8:27:42 AM
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