1931 Ford Model A Victoria Street Rod - Immaculate -'Vicky' (All
Steel Body) This car has approximately 100 miles on it since
built/painted/finished. Everything was redone with the best
possible option, no expense spared. I did my best to include
everything. You would be reluctant to find a cleaner vehicle
anywhere in the US. The underside is as pretty as the topside.
Every surface is down to the frame, suspension, motor, drivetrain,
ect is either painted or polished. No nut or bolt was overlooked.
The doors handles are shaved, the doors are flush fit. The motor is
a brand new 350 GM Goodwrench crate motor with 170 shakedown miles
purchased from Jeg's mated to a completely redone TH350
transmission with billet pan and upgraded shift kit. A Holley
600cfm 4 barrel carb was added for good measure. Cooling is handled
by a Brass Works radiator. The body is comprised of a 1932 grill
shell laid back, Rootlieb, Inc fabricated the hood sides. The roof
is ribbed steel, the rear fenders are bobbed (steel), the front
fenders, running boards, and hood are all steel. The rear lights
are all flush mounted along with 3rd brake light. All the weather
stripping was replaced, new rear side glass, windshield, and rear
window (all lightly tinted). There is a push/pop fuel filler door
and lastly the paint is done in a beautiful and near flawless
Chrysler PS2 Metallic Silver. The interior is brand new done in
1960's style black rolled and pleated naugahide. The front buckets
have seatbealts and fold forward/adjustable. There is a removable
back seat with in seat storage all custom made but looks factory.
All of the carpet, floormats, insulation, and sound deadening are
new. The roof liner is done in the same naugahide as the seats and
doors. -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 consignmeent page or Call
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