1938 Chevrolet 2 Door Sedan Street Rod 355 C.I. V8 A/C and heat
blow great Forged crank (lined honed) 4 Bolt main (all studs)
Moroso oil splash screen High volume oil pump Rods are stock but
were fluxed and peemed Pistons are forged flattops Block was
aligned bored and honed and has all studs for the heads-engine
assembly computer balanced Cloyes roller timing chain Competition
cam 292 Magnum Rhodes lifters Manley S.S. valves (2.02 & 1.60)
Competition cam double valve springs and keepers-heavy duty push
rods and guide plates Crane 1.5 roller rockers-Crane stud
girdles-Smog heads-ported-relieved 3 angle valve job Custom exhaust
system-2 1/4? aluminized pipe-anti reversion headers Quadra-Jet
carb built to Brad Urban specs Recurved electronic ignition
(advanced in by 29 degrees) Hot coil is underneath dash to keep
away from engine heat Holley electric fuel pump with oil pressure
shut off for safety Walker 4 core radiator-condenser and 14?
electric fan 1976 AMC Pacer front end-rack and pinion steering and
power disc brakes Chevy tilt wheel-Chevy power steering pump 350 GM
tranny-polished case-stage 3 Trans King rebuild with 2600 11? stall
converter B&M Mega Shifter ratcheting floor shift (neutral
safety switch is bad) Vega emergency brake-Camaro 12 bolt post-trac
reared with 3:36 gears and custom ladder bars Firebird rear springs
built into frame and VW air shocks Rearend has Olds station wagon
rear brake setup (wider than Chevy) 14? Ford steel wheels on
front-15? Corvette mags on rear Bucket seats are from a 1980 Z car
back seat is stock All fenders and running boards are
fiberglass-rear fenders are 2? wider than stock Power
brakes-Midland booster-Ford 2 compartment MC-Equalizer valve
attached to frame Wiring is Ron Francis-Headlights are stock with
12 volt halogen-tail lights are Francis extra-brite Battery is
mounted in trunk floor-cables are light gauge welding cable
(custom) Gauges are VDO in stock dash with S.S. panel indicator
lights are Radio Shack
1938 Chevrolet Master Deluxe
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