1947 Dodge Pickup Hot Rod professionally built all steel. The
chassis is made from 2x4 tubing and is Z'ed at the rear. It has a
straight axle front with disc brakes and Fricti9n Shocks. Check out
the front brake dust covers fashioned from polished aluminum frying
pans (cool). Rear assembly consists of multi leaf springs and Ford
housing with 355 gears. The body is chopped and channeled and
painted in blitz black. Body panels are super smooth and straight.
Rain gutters have been removed. Windows are real glass and
operable. Much pin striping. Interior is real leather stitched with
a spider web design. Nice carpeting throughout with soft headliner.
Shifter is a lokar unit with a 6 gun cylinder knob the dash is an
old studebaker unit painted metal flake red. Gauges work. Has
heater with electric fan. Current owner is 6'1'' and has 4 inches
of head room. It has Rocket 16 inch and 18 inch wheels with
Yokohama tires. The motor started as a 350-330 HP crate motor. A
Lunati roller can was added along with a gear drive. Sound Awesome!
It also has Edelbrock heads. The carbs are Stromberg 97s. The
Transmission is a turbo 350. The valve covers are very rare Lawson
units, Really Cool. This Rod needs nothing and turns heads all day
long! Please Note The Following **Vehicle Location is at our
clients home and Not In Cadillac, Michigan. **We do have a showroom
with about 25 cars that is by appointment only **Please Call First
and talk to one of our reps at 231-468-2809 EXT 1 **
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