This Hot Rod Roadster is believed to have been customized in circa 1959, other than a few minor improvements over the last fifty five years. She is still a true survivor from the Happy Days scene.
Note some of the custom features: Authentic 1932 grill / bumpers / headlights / gas tank. 1940 ford dash board that's all steel! The V8 engine is a 1955 Buick Nailhead equipped with an Offenhauser two four barrel carb intake manifold and matching valve covers. The transmission is a GM Corvette style 4-speed. The rear axle may also be early Corvette. She has a Diego dropped axle and early Flathead V8 Ford hydraulic racing brakes with drilled-out backing plates for better cooling. She is a blast to drive with plenty of horse power to set your passenger back in their seat. If you really dig getting back into the late 50's and early 60's American Graffiti scene, this car will take you right back there.
For additional information please phone Dave Henry at 805 705-5924.
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