This 1931 Chrysler CM6 hot rod is finished in House of Kolor Orange
Molly paint. The body and all the components are original. It
features special cowl-light flashers, Tripp Lights auxiliary bumper
headlights and original LED taillights. The body is all steel and
the car is in a show-chrome condition all around. The frame is all
original and boxed with a 7.5-inch G-body rear-end differential.
This hot rod is powered by a Chevy 406ci 8-cylinder engine equipped
with some original Larson valve covers, Crane Roller-Rocker Gold
rocker arms and Sanderson ceramic coated headers backed by a TH400
3-speed automatic transmission. The whole exhaust system is made of
stainless steel with X-pipe. The gas tank and the firewall are also
made of stainless steel. It has a Don Gallitis bir- catcher air
scoop, an original Gazelle radiator cap and Painless wiring. The
car has a 116-inch wheelbase and is equipped with 15-inch Appliance
wire wheels fitted with BFGoodrich tires. Inside, it is equipped
with a 1500-watt sound system. This Chrysler hot rod was the winner
of the Favorite Hot Rod Award at the 2010 Adirondack Nationals in
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