Featured in March 2012 Hot Rod Magazine as the Sunday Stripper, currently on their web site.
Year/Make/ Model: Original 1934 Ford 5 window coupe built as a Sixties Drag Car, Steel with fiberglass doors for weight, Channeled raked to the bottom of the frame rails, Louvered trunk lid, recessed engine-turned stainless firewall
Paint- Body, Frame, Headlights, Dash: House of Kolor Royal Blue med. flake over a black base w/ pearl white scallops
Frame: boxed along with a chromemoly roll bar, model A rear cross member and a rectangular tube center section
Engine: Chevrolet 454 Hi-Performance crate motor, Gen 5 (V) w/ aluminum heads, Edelbrock tunnel ram manifold with dual Holley 4 barrel carbs, white ceramic coated custom headers, MSD dist, engine setback 10
Trans: Super T-10 4 Speed, iron case, w/ Hurst Comp Plus shifter & linelok. Lakewood scattershield
Rear End: Halibrand Champ quickchange, Diamond-trak posi, Moser forged axles, Ford 11 inch drum brakes, Pete & Jakes ladder bars, Posies Spring, Bilstein shocks
Front End: So-Cal 4 inch dropped & drilled I-beam axle & spindles, Wilwood GM metric Calipers, Pete & Jakes batwings, custom hairpins and shocks, Posies spring, Saginaw 525 steering box
Rear Wheels: American Racing Torque Thrust D 15 x 8.5 Rear Tires: Mickey Thompson 8.20 x 15 Slicks, Coker Firestone Dirt Track tires_8.20X15
Front Wheels: ET Gasser 15x6 Front Tires: B. F. Goodrich Silvertown 6.00x15 blackwall tires
Interior: Jaz low back pro seats, w/ RCI 5 point seat belts, black carpet on the floor, with Alum door panels and sides, Alum floor, Ansen swing pedals (brakes & clutch). Moon Gasser pedal, Optional small Gas pedal, Quick disconnect steering wheel (moon blue metalflake), Stewart Warner gauges.
Extras: Tires, wheels, Quickchange gears (Final-Drive Ratio_2.75, 3.08, 3.50, 3.75), Car cover, Build DVD, etc... NOT INTERESTED IN TRADES
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