Offered here is a 1937 Ford Custom Roadster by Wild Rod with removable hard top. The vehicle has over 3,000 build hours. The odometer currently reads 1032 miles. Power comes by a new LS6/450hp engine backed by a 4L65E transmission. The transmission was custom built by Street and Performance. The custom built tubular chassis includes a C4 Corvette rear end and Air-Ride Technologies Shockwaves suspension that can sit the car low on all four corners. Wilwood brakes with black calipers all the way around (over $5000) specially fabricated to work on the rears, stop the rod. Mirror finished black paint over silver with Z8 BMW side vents is extremely handsome. The interior is all push button control with paddle shifters, Ididit steering column plus Porsche six-way bucket seats all wrapped in fine Italian leather. Included is an amazing sound system including six speakers, two 250 watt amps, subwoofer, seven inch touch screen with navigation, television, MPS, IPOD, and rear view camera. This fine work of art has it all for touring and shows.
For additional information please phone Dave Henry @ 805 705-4924.
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