An unique sharp-looking '29 Ford Roadster featuring custom painting and interior powered by a 350 small block producing a hearty 330 horsepower and 350 pounds of torq. The performance engine features Vortec heads, Edelbrock Carburetor, Power Plus intake manifold, Speed Pro hyper-eutectic pistons and cam shaft. Rip thru gears with the shift kitted Monster 700r4 Transmission and 2000 stall speed torq converter. Awesome cornering thanks to Flaming River's Mustang II independent front suspension and coil over shocks. Traction aided by Total Cost Involved Parallel 4-link with 3.25 POSI rear. Roadster rides on Total Cost Involved powder coated chassis, Billet Specialties 15x6 front / 18x9.5 rear Qualifier Rims with road gripping Toyo Proxes 4 195/50/15 front and 255/45/18 rear rubber. The flame concept integrated interior features a hand crafted marine urethane red oak dash with Classic Instruments American Tradition gauges. Jam down the highway listening to your Custom Sound Secret Stereo, Alpine Amplifier, Boston Acoustic Speakers and Subwoofer. Be the proud second owner of this unique custom home built roadster that took 2 1/2 years to complete.
Engine: GM 350, 330 horse / 350 torq, Vortec Heads,
Power Plus Intake, Speed Pro Hypereutectic Pistons & Cam,
Built by: Phoenix Engine Builders
Transmission: GM 700r4, Monster Transmission, 2000 Stall, Shift Kit
Chassis: Total Cost Involved, Section 8 Powder Coated, Apache Junction
Front Axle: Flaming River, Mustang II, IFS, Alden Eagle Coil Over Shocks
Rear Axle: Total Cost Involved, Parallel 4-Link, 3.25 POSI
Interior: The Interior Shop, Todd Jubert, Phoenix
Seats: Tea's Seats, Tom Ashton, Minnesota
Rims: Billet Specialties, Qualifiers, 15x6 Front, 18 x 9.5 Rears
Tires: Toyo Proxes 4, 195/50/15 Front, 255/45/18 Rears
Home Built by Owner: Painting (House of Kolor), Welding,
Fiberglass, Hood, Dash
Keywords: 29, 28, 30, 31, 32, 33, 34
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