What an amazing build of a beautiful street rod. The cost to
duplicate would be astronomical and you still wouldn't have what we
are offering here. This 5-Window Coupe has just 12,016 miles on the
odometer and when built in July of 2012, had just 7,554 so less
than 5,000 have been added in the last 5 years. The car still looks
like new. It has an original Ford steel body with the top chopped 3
�" and a center filled, louvered visor. The body was channeled 4"
over the frame. The windshield tilts out like the original. It has
a smooth firewall and a removable cowl for access to the electrical
behind the dash. The trunk is a 4-piece removable lid with louvers.
The grill shell is a 1932 steel reproduction with a 3" grill
section. It has 48' Ford taillights and Autocar headlights. The
chassis is a custom 106" wheelbase. The engine is a 354cid Chrysler
HEMI bored .030 with K1 rods, .010.010 crank, Isky 505 C solid
lifter cam, Milodon gear drive, 555 cylinder heads, stainless
valves and bronze guides, adjustable rocker arms, aluminum timing
cover and valley pan, SFI balancer (power bond), AIU tunnel ram
intake manifold, twin Holley 4-barrel 660 carburetors with Mr.
Gasket velocity stacks and a Vertex Magneto. The transmission is an
A-Body 23-spline 4-speed manual with a Quicktime bellhousing and
block plate, McLeod 130 tooth 426 Hemi flywheel, 10.95 Ram power
grip clutch and a Hurst Competiton Plus shifter with Slick Shift
synchronizers from Passion Performance. Some of the many other
features include an Proform electric water pump, electric fan, Ford
9" rear differential with 31-spline Strange Engineering Axles, 4.71
Motorcraft Ford gears, four link rear suspension with QA1 coil over
shocks and wheelie bars, Simpson parachute, S & S Headers with
street legal baffles, side pipes, chrome front suspension, VDO
gauges, Moroso cable driven tachometer, Hurst line-lock, race
seats, Simpson race belts, roll cage, aluminum 10 gallon fuel cell,
Holley electric fuel pump, CNC pedals and an Iditdit steering
column. Has front disc and rear drum brakes. The wheels are front
Weld 15 x 4 with 125R-15 Firestone F-560's and the rear wheel are
Weld Prostars with 33 x 21.5 x 15M/T Sportsman tires. The rear
tires have Goodyear tubes. It has a Pennsylvania safety inspection
valid through July 2018. The 2 pictures show the car running at
Cecil County Dragway in June of 2017. It comes with a folder full
of spec's and manuals. An outstanding running and driving example
that's ready to cruise or hit the strip.
Classic Auto Mall is a 336,000-square foot classic and special interest automobile showroom, featuring over 100 vehicles for sale with showroom space for up to 1,000 vehicles. A 450 barn find collection is currently on display.
This vehicle is in our showroom in Morgantown, Pennsylvania, conveniently located just 1-hour west of Philadelphia on the I-76 Pennsylvania Turnpike. The website is www.classicautomall.com and our phone number is (610) 628-2262. Please contact us anytime for more information or to come see the vehicle in person.
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