1929 Ford Model A Roadster Pickup. This is a full custom hotrod
with a lot of unique features. - 1950 Mercury Flathead, port
polished and relieved. - ? Isky cam, Edmund Heads, Mallory
Electronic Ignition - 1947 Ford 3-speed transmission. Column shift.
- 1947 ford rear-end - 32 deuce rails, fully boxed. - 32 grille -
4' chop & bobbed bed. - 4' tube drop axle, chromed. - Juice brakes.
Front backing plates are chrome. - Traditional Tuck & Roll interior
- Big and Littles, Whitewall 5.50 and L60's on 15' chrome steelies.
- Includes louvered bellypan & aprons, and hood sides. - Second
custom exhaust system for use with belly pan. - Black Lacquer
paint. - Build pictures, magazines and awards will go to the buyer.
The engine bay is very clean, neat and detailed. Not shown, the
engine is currently running an Edelbrock intake and Edelbrock
carburetor. The panels are solid, straight and all of the
stainless, including the exhaust has been polished. Extra belly
pans, aprons and hood sides (all louvered) and a second exhaust
system will be included. They really change the look of the car
depending on what you install. The car runs and drives excellently.
-Vehicle is on consignment and at our clients home -Please Call
First and talk to a rep at 231-468-2809 EXT 1 -Showroom is by
appointment only Please Call -If you would like a FREE Listing
please visit our consignment page or Call
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