This woody was found abandoned in the Australian Outback in relic
condition. It was totally rebuilt by a hot rod shop in Australia as
a Resto-Mod. Many of the parts used were sourced from a 1960's
Australian Holden/Chevrolet. The wood body has been re-constructed
using Tasmanian Oak and the steel dash was sourced from another
Australian car. This woody has a Ford 351ci 8-cylinder Cleveland
engine, C4 automatic transmission, front disc brakes, rack & pinion
steering, widened and strengthened wire wheels, and an 8-inch rear
end. It's also equipped with front disc brakes, SS exhaust, bucket
seats and power windows. A complete mechanical restoration and
update to U.S. specifications was completed in December 2020. This
has been a very unique vehicle in the National Woodie Club of
America for the past 20 years.
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