This classic Ford features a 2" stretched El Mirage body and is finished in crimson red paint with a white and red interior. It is powered by a 1953 vintage Ford Flathead 239 CI V8 engine with Offenhouser intake and heads as well as triple Stromberg 97 Deuce carbs. This is mated to a Ford AOD automatic transmission with overdrive. The chassis is equipped with a Super Bell front end, coil over rear suspension, front disc brakes, banjo steering wheel, VDO gauges, Lokar shifter, dual exhaust and Wheelsmith wire wheels with Mickey Thompson rubber. This car only has 2,300 miles on it since it was built and has a 2015 NSRA safety inspection sticker. Most importantly it is titled as a 32 Ford so you are able to easily register it just about anywhere and get classic insurance. Feel free to contact if you have any questions.
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