If youre in the market for a badass traditional rod, take a closer look at this 31 Ford. The body is original Henry Ford sheet metal thats been chopped a whopping six inches, then channeled four inches over the framerails. The finished piece was then shot with a glossy coat of black. Hand painted pinstripes accent the headlight buckets, grille shell, cowl and roof among other areas. Power comes courtesy of a GM 454 big block producing in the neighborhood of 450hp.Up top, an Edelbrock steel tunnel ram replaces the factory intake and makes room for two Holley 600cfm carbs fed by transparent red fuel lines. With the chrome velocity stacks in place, the setup is roughly as high as the center of the chopped windshield. Finned aluminum valve covers, a polished alternator and a handful of billet parts give the engine a tidy but nostalgic look. Backing the 454 is a TH400 automatic transmission that sends power to a Ford 9" rear which sits amidst a triangulated 4-link setup. Up front, youll find a traditional drop axle/cross spring setup with hairpins. Braking comes from a four-wheel disc setup with steering remains manual. At the corners, red steel wheels are wrapped in Firestone white walls. The interior is all business. The door handles are bent metal rods and the headliner is a series of steel cross members. Instrumentation is provided by a set of Omega Kustom gauges mounted in the factory dash. Windows have been replaced by Lexan units. Dont miss your chance to steal attention with this slick 31 Ford.
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