|May 5th, 2012, 04:57 PM||#1|
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Pro street 92 geo tracker
I would defiantly give this a double take as it passed.
Up for sale is a 1992 Prostreet Geo Tracker. This thing is a totally awesome ride and I get people snapping their necks everywhere I go trying to get a look at it and thumbs up all over the place. It has a removable hard top and front top so it makes cruising at night very enjoyable. I would love to keep this awesome ride but I have too many projects and something has to go.
Chassis: The chassis is a custom 2”x4” frame with a 10 point role cage that has been put together real well. Welds are solid and the frame has been engineered well. The front axle is a solid one piece with coilover springs and the braking system is a single disc brake on the driveline. The brake stops the Tracker well on the street but if I was going to race this I would put disc brakes on the front and / or add a parachute. The rear end suspension consists of coilovers and ladder bars.
Drivetrain: The drivetrain is a mildly built 305 SBC backed by a Turbo 350. It has a mild stall convertor, headers, Performer intake, Edelbrock carb and I believe it has a mild camshaft. The engine runs VERY WELL and I just put in some new valve cover gaskets and a new water pump (it was leaking). There is a very slight oil leak on the pan gasket and a little from the rear main seal. There is also a cut out switch on the rear bumper. Otherwise, the drive train runs awesome and this thing will HAUL A$$.
The rearend is a fully tubbed and narrowed Ford 9 inch. The gentleman I bought this from said it has 4.11 gears in it but I am not certain that he knew for certain. I think they are closer to 4.56 gears. It is also either has spool or the spider gears have been welded up. The battery and gas tank are mounted in the rear for weight transfer.
Body: Overall the body is in pretty good shape. It does have a couple of small dents and there is a about a 3 inch crack in the hood. There is also some slight overspray on the hood but it could be buffed out. The top on the rear is a removeable hard top that is in excellent shape and all of the side and front glass is lexan. The interior is in real good shape and all of the tin work has been tastefully done. I had the Tracker weighed recently and it was a tad over 2000 pounds without me in it. Complete roller skate.
Misc: Front and rear wheels are 15x4 and 15x15 Weld type wheels. The front tires are Goodyear strip tires and the rear tires are M/T Sportsmans with tons of tread left. This rod has a clean clear New Mexico title in my name. The mileage on the odometer is not the actual mileage
I can only imagine how hard it would kick sideways if the rear was not welded.
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