1929 Ford Roadster ALL STEEL, hand formed, Custom one of a kind,
Car is a prototype from Phantom Streets in California. This one of
a kind car features hand formed frame with chrome 4 inch dropped
axle with Ford hydraulic knee shocks chrome front hair pins with
disk brakes. Cool center light. Engine is Chevy 283 cu in 30 over
with mild cam and a 6 deuce carb and manifold (running center carbs
only) one off Phantom Streets valve covers and air cleaners, hooked
to a turbo 350 transmission with Ididit shifter. Rear is Chevy 10
bolt with one off quick change center cover with drum brakes and
more Ford hydraulic knee shocks. All riding on Wheel Smith spoke
wheels. Body; hood and hood sides are extended 4 inches from
Rootlib Cab is 1929 Ford roadster cowl, doors are hand formed
extended 4 inches, rear cab is also hand formed steel. Interior has
one off padded bomber seats with one of a kind interior. (see
pictures) Most all parts to build this car are custom one offs, a
very unique build. You can get a much better idea of the quality,
workman ship and expense to build this car from all the pictures.
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 **
1929 Ford Roadster
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