Contrary to popular belief , I have had great service and a whole lot of fun with my Stealth . Not only have I not done anything to it but drive it for the past year but I get 26 to 30 miles to the gal. It had 101000 miles on it when I got it but is now knocking on 143000 miles and still tops out at 157 mph with 2300 rpms left to play with before red lining . I change the oil every 3 to 4000 miles and ate up 2 sets of Z rated 245/45/17/ tires( mountains of NC ) . I`ve had vettes , mustangs , and even a 350 stroker Studebaker but my Stealth has been one of the best or the best car puchase I`ve made in my 30 years of buying my own cars !!!
The apperance is and has been very catching to the puplic . I get more looks and stares with this car than any other except the Studabaker , 1953 Champion street rod I had 16 years ago .
More infomation should be made available to it`s owners . Having a hard time getting info and books on this car .Could use a bigger motor like a 340ci or maybe quising in a 440 six pack some how , HA !
The car is a classic! I owned it and love it! Build quality is next to perfect, all panels lined by mm. Everything works, engine sounds like V10 to learn more about this car visit www.3si.org or www.stealth316.com
Styling, Engine Power, Handling 2 piston calipers available 4 piston!
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