1931 Ford Hi-Boy Street Rod Roadster project car. Laser straight
4-owner Henry Ford steel car with rumble seat. 153 cubic inch
4-cylinder Chevy Iron Duke motor rebuilt by King Balancing in
Glendale, 4-speed transmission, 1965 Corvette independent rear
suspension with disc brakes. Opel GT independent front suspension
with Triumph rack and pinion steering and AMC disc brakes. GM tilt
wheel steering column with 3-spoke steering wheel. Chrome chopped
windshield frame with safety glass windshield. 1940 Ford dashboard.
1939 Ford taillights. King Bee headlights. 1932 Ford shaved
original grill shell with original insert. Aluminum top bows. Ron
Francis wiring kit (in ball in car). Car needs paint job (was
black), and interior (have old maroon naugahyde seat cushions and
rumble seat cushions). Chassis and suspension are painted black
Imron. Car ran and drove (quick and agile like a big go-kart) when
parked, in garage, in December of 1991.
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