It's such a head turner. Lots of thumbs up and waves as you drive down the road in this baby. Working on doing some more sanding and probably applying black primer soon or clear coat as is.
This is a 1937 Chevy Coupe Rat Rod. Rear fenders are fabricated but I have the fiberglass ones from https://www.chevsofthe40s.com still in the box, should one want to put them on and make this car more of a hot rod or paint it a certain color. Have new epoxy primer ready for you to apply (black). The body is solid and the patina looks cool. Overall, a VERY solid original body. No major dents, scrapes and it is not rusted through anywhere. Frame is solid. Kept in a heated garage all winter. I have owned it for 5 summers and put about 2,500 miles on it since the engine has been redone.
Has a Mustang II front end. Power steering was added last summer. I have additional parts for a lower thermostat, rear window brake light as well as a few other parts that just haven't been added yet. A new master brake cylinder was added this summer with lines. Recently put in a new signal light setup on the column with hazard lights. Cooper Cobra tires still have plenty of tread left. Vinyl seats that have new leather Chevrolet seat covers over them.
Engine is a fresh rebuild of a 350 Chevy with a 3 Speed automatic transmission. Has an Edelbrock Carburetor, 268 Cam, timing chain gears renewed, new lifters, plugs, etc. Floor boards have all been replaced, including the trunk area. New wiper motor and arms. All new glass windows (replaced 4 years ago). Windows are fully functional (roll up and down). Suspension is good. Disc brakes in the front and drum in the rear. It is LOUD (see video of it just idling) with Thrush Glasspacks. But like the interior, exterior, etc. all can be modified to your vision. This has a roll cage and the Simpson Race Car seat belt setup (both sides) as it was originally setup to be a drag racing car.
If you have additional questions, please feel free to ask and thanks for looking.