11:1 compression with 96 cc 7k3 heads on a +0.060 400? I call b.s. on that one. Getting 11:1 out of that combination would require zero-decking the block *AND* running pistons with 21 cc's of dome on them, and there's no way it'd run on pump gas - not for long anyway
Spot-checking the rest of the ad, it's full of misspelled words and other nonsense claims, such as a cam with "290 lift duration".
So, whoever wrote the ad is either an idiot or was working from a list of cool sounding but meaningless buzz words - or maybe both. It was good for a laugh though.
Ignoring the obvious hype and trying to evaluate the car just on what I can see in the photos, it looks like a decent car. No way is it anywhere near a "restoration", too many things have been changed on the car. Getting past all that, it looks pretty clean, has some good parts on it, and the color is eye-catching. I'm not so sure about the "pristine sheet metal" claim from some of the things I'm seeing in the trunk and around the drivers side wheel house so I'd definitely want to check it out really closely. Depending on what's really going on with the engine, it looks like it could be a really fun cruiser and occasional racer if the price is right.
Sunnyvale isn't too far from where I live. It's another Dallas suburb.