1929 Model A custom built anything goes street rod
This is a all steel 1929 model A body converted to a hard top!!!! built in 2010 this anything goes hotrod comes with a SBC & turbo 350 transmission, 3" chop, 3" channel, 3" front end drop, all model A suspension with drum brakes, vega steering box, 1955 Chevy rear end, 1992 Viper side pipes, Lincoln town car sun roof, 1938 Crysler Royal grille, duel 9 gallon gas tanks (fillers behind rear taillights see photos), all electric windows, shaved door handles with remote, tilt steering, 1967 VW dash, Can't forget the custom weber grill air cleaner!!
This is a great running hotrod with alot of attention to detail and ready to go for summer fun, car shows or just going out for a cruise.
for more information please contact Roger
253-686-8890 or 253-473-0633
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‘I’m a Ramblin’ Wreck from Georgia Tech and a hell of an engineer…”