This is a Brand New build of an all steel 34 Ford five window coupe. Where do we start! The top has bee chopped 3 inches in the front and 21/2 inches in the rear. She is powered by a 400sbc roller motor. Edelbrock Aluminum Heads, MSD Ignition and much much more. I can provide most but not all build info upon request. Custom built chassis with 4 bar coil overs. Heidts Front end with 91/4 in rotors. Haywire wiring system with Dakota Gauges. Gen II Compac A/C system. Brand New High Quality paint waiting for you to do the final cut and buff. This car does need completing. She does run and go down the road. Does not stop great! You will need to find some vacuum to complete the brakes before regular driving. There are still some cosmetics to do also. Door glass and door panels, carpet and finishing touches needed inside. There is probably double time and material in this car from what we are asking.
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