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Pro-Street Project.
« on: December 18, 2012, 04:39:16 PM »
I am finally putting together a project car bought several years ago. It's a 73 Runabout. It was sold to me as a pro-street but I think it was pure race - 400 HP, 13:1 compression, Detroit locker rear, slicks, bare interior, full roll cage, electrically driven water pump, no wipers, etc.
I live in Connecticut and will be registering the car in the spring. Any locals out there who can tell me what I need to register it, and what kind of inspection will be done?   .............. .Kevin