Stk#159 1935 Ford Coupe
ALL STEEL CAR
Painted a Tangelo Pearl with PPG Clear and ghost flames.
This is an all steel body, 5 window coupe stretched 3", chopped
2.75", wedge sectioned from 3" in front to 0 in rear, fenders are
widened 1.5". Pan caked roof, grill is raked backward, power
hood tilts forward, power trunk, third brake light is flush mounted
in rear of top, tinted glass, smooth running boards worked into the
front fenders, Billet outside mirrors, V-Rod head lights made into
special pods to mount in, tail lights are slick and they bolt to
the rear fenders, flush mount windshield.
Absolutely a show stopper and a winner!
Beautiful street rod.
The interior is completely custom done in a supple tan leather by Paul Atkins. Bucket seats are Lexus six-way power, custom console into the custom dash with Auto Meter gauges with silver face, Vintage A/C & Heat with Billet vent in dash, Billet emergency brake, chrome Lokar gas pedal with matching brake pad & dimmer pad, power windows, polished Ididit steering column and column drop with half wrapped steering wheel, two tone suede tan & overhead tan leather console with Alpine AM/FM/CD stereo, polished rear view mirror, custom console in leather with air ride buttons in it. Custom leather sculptured door panels that wraps around behind seats with recessed speakers, Lokar shifter in custom console. Matching carpet in tan. The trunk is power with a Billet hinge. Inside the trunk is covered in tan leather and carpet with a compartment that hides the MP3 CD changer 6-D remote, underside of trunk is covered and designed with leather. Beautiful and different.
Powered by a Chevrolet 427 cubic inch engine built by Corky's Hi Performance with 430 HP. 700 R Transmission, TCI Converter. Holley Street Avenger chrome carburetor. Weiand chrome intake, chrome alternator, chrome Sanderson compressor, all brackets are Billet highly polished, highly polished valve covers, highly polished Billet water neck, chrome Cool flex hoses on top and bottom, Serpentine belt system, lines are stainless braided with polished ends, Lokar cables braided, Mallory ignition, Street & Performance HPC headers with 2 1/2" highly polished stainless steel exhaust, highly polished air cleaner, chrome A/C dryer, Vintage heat & air, Polished over flow tank, polished power steering reservoir, polished brake booster and master cylinder, electric fan, Walker radiator painted to match car, Lokar transmission stick and oil stick, power hood with chrome mechanisms, polished water pump, chrome timing chain cover. A real touch of class.
The Chassis is a factory stock frame customized with front suspension Mustang II with air ride, Modular 9" Ford rear end with Four link with air ride. Wheels are 17" Polished Billet Specialties Legacy front and 18" polished Billet Specialties Legacy rear. Tires are BF Goodrich 275/40/ZR17 on front, 295/44/ZR18 on rear. The workmanship is beautiful on the underside. This car can be driven but is a very well built and solid show car. It's a national winner.
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