This car was built by Hot Rods and Harleys by Davis and is Equipped with a 409 Chevrolet V8 by Mark Evans. "476"ci, 1965 Vintage Block, Bored and Stroked 572 Engine, Dual 500 cfm Edelbrock Carburetors, Hughs GM 350 W Automatic Transmission, Front and Rear Wilwood/Polished 4-piston Brakes, Haneline Gauges, Flaming River - Vega Box Steering, Limeworks Steering Column and a Carriage Works Steering Wheel. It has a Lipstick Red - Ultra Leather Bench Seat, Sanderson Headers with Flowmaster Mufflers (Ceramic Coated). The Wheels are Front: 17" x 7" Budnick-Glasser, and Rear: 20" x 10" Budnick. The BFG Comp T/A Tires are Front: 215 x 45/17 and Rear: 295 x 40/20. The Body is a Rat's Glass Long Door (Extended 5", Show Me Rod And Custom Chassis (Bobbed and C-Notched), Shaved Suicide Doors, Paint by Kevin Davis (Hot Rods and Harleys). Extras include a Car Cover, Car Tonneau Cover, Set of Wheels/Tires and 1 Set of Rear 20' Budnik Wheels.
This car as been featured in: Street Rod Builder Magazine (12/03), Boyd's Pick - 2006 Scottsdale GOODGUYS, GOODGUYS Southwest Nationals T-Shirt ('04), ROD & Custom - (10/04 7-COOL Engines), ROD & Custom (11/04) - Cover Car w/write up and Veteran's Car Show T-Shirt ('09).
5,142 which are true to the rebuild.
This is the 21st in a 30-day countdown to Barrett-Jackson’s annual Las Vegas collector car auction
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