The Paint: Black Cherry w/Black fenders, base/coat, clear/coat
with subtle gold pin-striping
over a mildly chopped all steel body and steel fenders
The Engine: Chevrolet LS1 fuel injected V8 producing 350 Horsepower, electronic ignition, block hugger headers, electric fan
The Transmission: GM 4L60E automatic with overdrive, and Lokar shifter on the floor
The Differential: Ford 8” with undetermined gear ratio
The Suspension: Powder coated boxed frame, fully independent front with coil-over shocks, chrome tubular A-arms, coil-over shocks in back with chrome radius rods, and cross link.
The interior: Fully leather bucket seats and door panels maintaining the Black Cherry/Black theme carried from the exterior, black carpeting, and deep red headliner.
Shaved door handles with electric remote door poppers
Fully functioning Classic Instruments gauges
Vintage Air A/C and heat system
Power 4 wheel disc brakes with polished reservoir
Power tinted window front and back
Power Sun Roof
Polished “Ididit” tilt steering column with complimenting banjo style steering wheel
Complete updated wiring harnesses with new style fuses
Flush mounted LED turn signals in front fenders, and flush mounted LED 3rd brake light and rear taillights/signals
1932 Front grill
Fully coated dual exhaust system
Custom black spoke Hot rod wheels 14's front, 15's rear, detailed and pin-stripped to compliment the car.
It can be difficult to find a classic car that ticks all
of the boxes on our desire list. This particular 1930 Sedan
certainly will check off most all of them, as you will see.
First of all, this all Henry Ford steel body and fender-ed, subtly chopped roof Sedan, makes a Very bold yet classy statement just sitting in a driveway, a car show, or anywhere for that matter!
The deep black Cherry paint with the lightly contrasting black fenders and running boards give a nod to the car's era. Add the classic big and little wheel tire set up, the perfect stance, and the hot rodders favorite touch... The '32 front grill, this all makes for an unbeatable combination...Right? Well, not so fast! The a fore mentioned is just the icing on the cake! This little hot rod was very well thought out. Let's set aside it's overall cleanliness for a moment, and let me point out some of the traits on this '30 sedan that not only set it apart from the usual, but actually make it ride and perform better that most.
Kinda hard to beat the GM, LS engine series for performance, reliability, and fuel economy, and that is what you will find under the dual opening hood of this sedan. Coupled to a 4L60E overdrive transmission, this combination will only enhance the comfortable, peace of mind driving experience. Add the fully independent front suspension, power windows, power sun roof, Air conditioning, tilt steering column, comfortable seating front and back, not just you, but your family, and friends that you take with you will surely have smiles the whole trip.
Keep in mind that this car not only is a super pleasure to drive, but it is so clean everywhere, it will certainly be a big hit at any car show.
Subtle ques such as recessed LED lighting, lane-change turn signals, matching leather interior color to exterior color combo, fully updated wiring for reliability just to name a few, you have a very unique combination of an ultra classic hot rod with a very nice modern engine, drive train, accessories, and comfort points. This 1930 Sedan is really the “Complete Package.”
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‘I’m a Ramblin’ Wreck from Georgia Tech and a hell of an engineer…”
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