1940 FORD COUPE HEMI CAR Steel street rod. Stored in central
California for 50 + years and stored in NM for 15 years. Frame off
restoration and under carriage stripped and painted. Mustang II
front end with disc and power brakes. Suspension front & rear
anti-roll bars. Custom header exhaust & new muffler system. GM 400
turbo transmission with two coolers. Power steering, chrome idit
tilt steering column. Bitchen Prod's fire wall & dash. Aluminum
radiator with 3000 CFM pusher fan. All SS braided lines with AN
aluminum fittings. Power windows, doors, hood & deck releases.
Equipped with Centerline polished wheels with new BFGs. Fresh 392
blown Hemi with a four-port Hilborn EFI with a thru-hood Hilborn
Garlitz type scoop. Engine completely rebuilt by Russ Hall (The
Blower Shop Blower). The intake manifold and all pulleys are new &
polished with chrome 392 valve covers. Equipped with a serpentine
belt system including polished A/C compressor. There are some
finishing touches that need to be completed: Car is straight-arrow
in gray primer Needs interior and has a 3 person bench seat with
fold-up armrest. Needs wiring harness and gauges. 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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