KMP393 is a splendidly handcrafted aluminum coachwork masterpiece. It’s very similar in appearance to the 2003 Ford Motor Company show car built by Kirkham. The stripes are polished into the metal itself for a rich, deep appearance.
The powerplant: built from an original factory replacement cast-iron 427FE side-oiler block with only the best componentry. Edelbrock aluminum heads ported by Keith Craft Racing who also supplied the hydraulic roller camshaft. Bored & stroked to 482 cubic inches, the throttle must be nudged like a rheostat rather than as an on/off switch.
The geartrain: Tremec TKO600 close-ratio 5-speed transmission with a hydraulic clutch that activates a billet aluminum clutch fork [to put the kibosh on any potential oil-on-clutch material problems]. Original-style (Salisbury type) IRS. Everything operates through Kirkham‘s beautiful billet aluminum suspension. This is a “Bucket-List” drivin’ machine in every respect.
You get all the supporting paperwork.
For example, the original headers were just not up to my exacting standards, so in 2016 I had new headers custom built by Tom at Tom’s Motorsports in Las Vegas. They are beautifully crafted and ceramic-coated along with the sidepipes. Tom also sorted out the suspension and now it’s (even more) terrific to drive.
Presently this immaculate serpent has logged a total
of only 590 miles [950 km].
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