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Up for sale is a nice 48 Ford Tudor street rod built in 2001. I am the second owner as the original owner drove this car about 10,000 miles. It has 11,312 miles now and is still in very nice condition. Under the hood is a 350 Chevy crate motor, headers, edelbrock hi-rise, new 670 dual line Holly, new MSD street fire distributor, and a new alternator, new battery, and a 5 row walker radiator with a 2" x 10" stainless steel overflow. It's geared by a 350 turbo trannie w/ lock up overdrive. Underneath is a IFS by Engineered Chassis, a Ford 8" 3:00 rear end, rack & pinion steering running on a new set of Halibrand 5 spoke alum wheels that are 8 x 15's in the rear and 6 x 15's in the front along with fairly new 70 series tires.The body is all steel with PS, PB, tilt wheel, VDO gauges, 60/40 6 way power driver's seat. It had a new interior, new carpet, new 12 volt wiring, new glass, nice black base coat paint, and new chrome inside and out when built. Also has a clean underbody, , new LED headlights, taillights, and turn signals, double insulated with aircraft type alum insulation, Dakota digital cruise control and a Vintage HAVC that's really cold using R12 instead of R134. It has a lot of leg room in the front and rear seat area and a large trunk with a full size spare tire and jack set. The paint on this car is in excellent condition and car can run to coast to coast with no over heating problems, just add gas.
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