This is the coolest car I've ever owned. It's only got 71000 original miles, and looks as if it had just rolled off the line. I got all papers from Cars & Concepts (the place where the Hurst is put together, and it's number 2455 of 3500, and rolled off the line mid February 1984). Everything is original.
The tires needed to be replaced, but I put the correct Goodyear Eagle GT's back on them, and a new muffler, but it still sounds original, but with a little more rumble when idling. And of course the popular Lightning Rod shifters. Which can make you shift-on-command when you use them.
Plus one other cool feature about the H/O is that it came with a factory shift-kit. So far I've only taken it to a few shows, but it still turns heads.
The car handles like a dream. It's comfortable when driving down the highway, but corners like a Trans-Am. However the performance is sluggish. I shouldn't complain, but it's a little slow on take-off. I hope to change that by little adjustments without messing up the originality of it. It truly is a rare jewel.