All steel 1939 Ford Street Rod. Body off frame restoration. The
underbody is painted gloss red just like the top. Chassis is all
painted satin black. Has rack and pinion steering upfront with
adjustable coilover shocks. In back it has a custom configured
4-link adjustable suspension with coil over shocks. Power four
wheel disc brakes. Custom bent exhaust with glass pack mufflers
with stainless steel tips. Has a Ford 5.0 H.O. motor with the
properly mated overdrive trans and rear end. Has big Quickfuel
carb, HEI ignition and headers. Motor is kept cool with aluminum
radiator and electric fan. The passengers are kept cool with a new
Vintage heat and air system.
The car has a great look, you can't go wrong with bright red slick paint job and a set of polished Torque Thrust wheels I like that the car still has its chrome moldings and door handles, it's a classic look. Also has all new tinted glass.
Comfortable interior. Has adjustable leather bucket seats, exceptionally attractive dash with matching Ford nostalgic gauges and some billet a/c vents. I also love the banjo cushion grip wheel on a tilt column.
Engine bay is painted red. Trunk is nice, has a light.
This is a true show and go car. The previous owner took it on some trips and enjoyed it.
Power 4 wheel disc
Rack & pinion
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