Award winning '48 Ford custom convertible with big block Chevy,
*****PRICE REDUCED***** 700R4 transmission and a 9" Ford rear axle.
Full Air Ride suspension, 5" chopped top and custom leather
interior. This 1948 Ford custom convertible designed and built by
Dan Tallant. Many awards including Best Paint, Best Custom, Best
Interior and a Street Rodder's Top 100 Pick. The chassis has been
modified with a Mustang II type front end with tubular control
arms, power rack and pinion steering with disc brakes and sway bar.
The rear axle is a 9" Ford with 3.73 gears and posi-traction and is
held in place with a 4-bar set-up. The suspension has also been
outfitted with adjustable Air Ride suspension. The engine is a
built 408cid Chevy big block with two 4-barrels and loaded with
chrome goodies. The transmission is an automatic overdrive 700R4.
The body modifications include a 5" chopped convertible top, one
piece molded front end with Mercedes headlights and hand fabricated
custom side trim. Everything on the body has been smoothed, lowered
and tucked. Many countless hours have been put into this body to
make it stunning and the attention to detail shows. Interior has a
custom hand formed dash and console, custom leather interior,
Mercedes square weave carpet and cloth top. Also features Vintage
air conditioning and heat, "Ididit" tilt column, Lokar shifter and
gauge panel. $99,900. OBO TRADES WELCOME GIVE US A CALL @
909-596-5700 WITH ANY QUESTIONS THAT YOU MAY HAVE
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