1940 RAT ROD 1940 Ford all steel body with SC title.
Enjoy a hot rod without breaking the bank!
What are you waiting for, call today and pick this bad machine up and enjoy........
Street legal cruizer, complete with lights, turn signals and horn.
It has a stock 350 engine and an powerglide transmission.
A Winters quick change rear end, which now has a 350 street gear.
All coil overs with Camaro front clip.
HEI ignition, Car runs cool in all-weather with aluminum radiator and electric fan.
Fuel cell and much more. The car has a 1940 ford title and is licensed in SC.
The car runs and drives perfect and is a real head turner and a absolute blast to drive.
Please take a look at the pictures of the car as well as a short Video, either click on the link if enabled or copy and paste to your browser: The video is the second picture, click in the middle to view, https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9BsteOkKg_M
No texts, no texts, did I mention no texts! If ad is up, car is still for sale. Don't need any help selling and will Not list with you.
Car is being sold as is with no warranty expressed or implied!
Please call Bob with any questions @843-504-4179 between 8am-8pm EST.
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