Stk#084 1931 Ford Model A Sedan
This steel body car is painted PPG Copperhead Gold Pearl with light gold band line BC/CC. The top is filled in, steel hood tilts to passenger side for opening. There are steel running boards with polished stainless cover with Ford 1931 cut in it. Chrome door handles, stainless head lights with stainless headlight bar. Turn signals, rear spreader bar with tail lights. Recessed license plate in rear of body. Stainless nerf bars in rear. Stainless front ribbed bumper, Billet Specialties rims with spinners. KumHo Touring tires that are like new. Drivers and passenger mirrors. Poly gas tank with Billet cap. This car has been beautifully done and is a real attention getter.
Saddle color leather interior is all custom, bucket seats that recline, custom back seat folds down to get to battery. Custom package tray with speakers mounted on the underside. A complete custom head liner with console and Pioneer Stereo AM/FM/CD player with map light, Billet rear view mirror. The door panels are custom with new handles and power window switches. The dash face is covered with leather and Classic gauges with Cream face set in winged custom dash cluster. Custom dash drop with light knob, Vintage A/C & Heat switches and A/C vents. Custom kick panels with speakers, custom console with Hurst Automatic shifter. Custom floor leather and carpet foot pads. Custom sill plates polished stainless, polished Ididit tilt column with Billet knobs, custom Billet steering wheel in half wrapped leather. Polished column drop with clock in center. Custom gas and brake pedal by Billet. This is a real show piece and gorgeous inside.
There is a new GM Goodwrench 350 engine, and new TCI rebuilt transmission with 3000 miles, polished intake, Edelbrock carb, polished Billet valve covers and air cleaner, polished Billet plug wire holders, chrome oil dip stick, chrome transmission dip stick, chrome coil, Billet water neck, chrome Coolflex upper and lower Radiator hoses. Chrome Coolflex heater hoses, chrome fuel pump, chrome mini starter, Billet compressor and alternator brackets, polished A/C compressor, chrome alternator, Billet pulleys, chrome water pump, chrome timing chain cover, Real stainless A/C lines, Billet overflow tank, aluminum radiator, electric fan, Hugger Block headers, polished stainless firewall, chrome oil pan, Dual exhaust Flowmasters with Billet Hangers and chrome tips, Heidts Mustang II front end polished with coilovers, disc brakes in front with polished backing plates, rack and pinion. Chassis is painted silver with an 8"Ford rear end with drum brakes. Visit our site at www.ecoastcc.com for more info.
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