1940 FORD COUPE C-606 This classic 1940 Ford coupe has been completely disassembled, prepared and reassembled to incredible quality standards. Beginning with a solid body and chassis the work began. The body was completely lifted off the frame and each component then sent off for perfection. The chassis began with IFS towers installed by M.C.I.. The frame was then checked and completely boxed and powder coated. A TCI rear leaf spring kit installed along with a Lincoln 9" rear with disc brakes. A Mustang II front rack was then installed. All new brakes components, fuel and vacuum pump were installed within the frame. Next came the cars' heartbeat, a fully dressed new crate ZZ4 350ci with 1.5 roller rockers and topped with Hilborn electric fuel injection prepared and installed by BDS. Next was the body, sent off for complete acid dip followed with a new smooth firewall and other fabrications by M.C.I. The rear fenders were widened 3" to accommodate the big rear meats. Following all preparations, it was then sent off to Paint-N-Place for final prep and color. A deep cherry red, almost black, was applied finishing in an incredible deep luster. The interior is tastefully finished by "Sew What" resulting in seats that not only look great but are incredibly comfortable. AC, full power steering, brakes, windows and a vast array of gauges make the interior a piece of work. All the quality, all the iconic style, and all the modern comfort and convenience wrapped up in this beautiful hot rod. It comes with full photo documentation and receipts for the build. This would be the jewel in any garage. $68,900.00 obo GIVE US A CALL @ 909-596-5700 WITH ANY QUESTIONS THAT YOU MAY HAVE
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