1937 Ford Coupe
You want Old School? Here it is! All steel body, blown flathead, Ford C-4 automatic, Ford 9"-3.55 gears. This is just a preview of what this Cruizer has to offer... Built from scratch in 70's continuously upgraded with a 'Built' flathead w/ B&M belt-driven blower with a GM 1 wire alternator. Mallory perf coil and wiring and much more!
Mr. Offenhauser fuel system Chrysler Reverse built steering canary yellow with red flames original mohair seats with well laid out gauge array. Built to drive, over 40,000 miles accumulated by the owner/builder attending NHRA events all over the country. This is truly just a fun car! It deserves more than setting in an old man's warehouse set it free...
Oh, and one more interesting note: Mr. Petty wanted to keep one piece as it was when he first found it abandoned: Tate a look at the driver quarter window.
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