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They usually have a "performance" exhaust. This particular vehicle probably had the Overfinch wheels at one point as well.
 

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Overfinch was known for their tuning upgrades. They were the first upgrade the horse power on a P38 to the point where they could consistently, with the fused pulled to eliminate traction control, spin all four tyres and do doughnuts in their parking lot. The factory tranny wore out quickly so they beefed up the 4HP24 tranny with a larger TC, higher output pump and additional cooling for tranny fluid and rumored to have had special clutch plates made up.
 

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As far as the L322 Overfinch, tuning was a bit more reserved. No changes to the 5HP24 tranny, as you can see here were body kit upgrades. They also offered P38 and L322 customers an interior matched rear facing third row seat for adult midgets. Back then child safety seat laws were not nearly as strict. These days no child can face rearward, infants yes in an approved seat, belted in the back seat. So their kits are nothing more than novelty these days.
 

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Thanks guys! Seller is asking $12,900 which is not something I'm prepared to pay, nor feel the vehicle is worth. I'll let the market have the final word.
 
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