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- Ford A
- Two Door
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PRICE REDUCEDOutstanding Early Style Hotrod. 1929 Ford (Henry Steel) Chopped 3" and added ribbed roof from an early 60's Econoline. Body shaved, hidden hinges, bearclaw latches and poppers. Painted '07 Corvette LE Atomic Orange. Custom Firewall with all electrical on the inside up under dash. Very clean and done right. Frenched '61 Impala tail lights with Blue dots. Pop out gas cap is from mid '60s Jag. Original restored Guide 682-C Headlights with turn signals and park lights.
Above Added: Mon November 16, 2020, 7:51 pm EST
Rear wheel wells tubbed. Steel Deuce shell and grille.
Body rests on a Just a Hobby Deuce frame that has been stretched 3", pinched for cowl fit and bobbed in the rear for a super clean look. Just the right amount of hand pinstriping to finish it all off.
The engine is a '66 Chevy 327 with Double Hump heads. Completely rebuilt. Polished Edelbrock Intake manifold with Vintage Speed Chromed Tri Power, Mallory Ignition, Sanderson Lime Fire Lake style headers. Walker cooled along with electric fan. Never runs over 160 even in 100 degree weather. Turbo 350 Trans with Lokar Shifter. Johns Industry Ford 9" Centered rear diff with 350:1 gears.
Front Suspension is Chromed Super Bell with Pete & Jake components along with Disc Brakes. Rear Suspension has chromed Ladder & Panhard bars with Coilovers. Rides on Vintique Steelies and Diamond Back Wide Whites.
Interior is completely finished in Cinnamon colored pleather. Custom dash is created from the center section of a '57 Chevy Pickup grill, custom cut and polished insert with a full set of Classic gauges.
Ididit tilt column with '40 Ford color matching steering wheel. Lokar Shifter with shift knob made from a '50 Stude Commander hood ornament. Power
windows, hidden Pioneer sound system w/remote, speakers and battery, all located under rear floor area. Polished stainless trim on headliner & rear deck.
Engine was featured on the Cover of GoodGuys Gazzette Jan 11. Write up in Street Rodder Magazine Feb 15. Got a GoodGuys winner pick at Denver Nats '15. This is a custom crafted 60's Style Hotrod, built by a real craftsman who has built many award winning Hotrods. This is not a dated cookie cutter car by any means. It has been finished for 10 years + and looks and drives like it was finished yesterday. No Surprises or
Disappointments. Please text or email only. I will call you back asap. Thanks!
I can also send you a walk around video of the car.