If youre in the market for a world class street rod, your search is over. This 33 SpeedStar Vicky has been a SEMA cover car as well as a Street Rodder Magazine feature. Built by Alloways Hot Rod Shop in Tennessee, build quality is second to none. The paint is Duponts Fly Yellow with custom pin striping and graphics by Joshua Shaw. The body is laser straight and wears the bright paint extremely well. Up front, a custom Jim Rench grille is accented by King Bee headlights. Out back, Alloway taillights are tucked under the lip of the body. Naturally all wiring is hidden. Under the side tilt hood lies a fully dressed GM LS1 featuring a Weiand intake, Alloway EFI and K&N air filter. Every piece is painted or polished. Coil packs are hidden under custom covers painted body color. The LS1 is backed by a Borings-prepped 700R4 with a B& torque converter and Lokar shifter, making this Vicky easy to drive. Up front there is a fully independent polished Heidts front end complete with Aldan coil overs and a Sweet rack and pinion set up. Out back there is a Winters quick change rear end housed in a fully polished independent rear suspension. Braking is provide by Wilwood 4-wheel disc brakes. Inside is a full Paul Atkins interior consisting of Leather and Ostrich. Custom Classic Industries gauges look at home in the Carriage Works dash insert. A Sony head unit is fitted into the headliner. Truly a world class build, dont miss your chance to own the Vicky.
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