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“THIS is our HJ Statesman De Ville in Tuxedo Black. I bought it over a year ago as a regoed roller; it had previously been used as a burnout event car. It’s currently running a GM 572ci crate motor with a recently overhauled top end and a fresh coat of DNA paint. It is coupled to a TH400 with a 4000rpm Dominator converter and 35-spline, 3.7-geared Truetrac nine-inch. We’re currently in the process of completing an engine bay refurb, including smoothing the firewall, inner guards and rad support. Panelwork has been completed by me, with paint by my good friend Jake Willie. The car also has all-new suspension, overhauled and powdercoated. We’re

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