VOLO AUTO MUSEUM
27582 VOLO VILLAGE RD
From one of the country's most pristine hot rod collections. This is a real Henry Ford all steel rumble seat cabriolet. Only 101 miles since a meticulous, ground up custom build.
EXTERIOR: This is a cabriolet which means it has a convertible top and roll up windows. It is all steel including the body and fenders. Gorgeous 1 off custom paint scheme. Absolutely show quality finishes. The body is pristine and the paint is like glass. The convertible top frame was restored like new. It has a tan Haartz cloth with a glass window. The top folds easily and fits real nice. New smoked glass. New chrome bumpers and handles, custom grill and matching hood grills. It rolls on a set of chrome American Racing wheels.
INTERIOR: Very tastefully done. The entire inside of the cabin is upholstered in soft leather. The custom seat his nice firm cushion, door panels are sculpted very nicely. The faux woodgrain was beautifully repainted. It has a new set of vintage looking gauges. The original radio is in the dash but a stereo is hidden in the glovebox. A 1940 steering wheel is mounted on a tilt column. Down on the floor is premium carpet with matching mats and a Hurst 5-speed shifter.
ENGINE COMPARTMENT: They kept some old school flavor by giving it a performance built flathead V-8. It has polished Edelbrock finned heads and dual carb intake. On top is a pair of Stromberg 97 carbs with chrome air cleaners. Upgraded to an alternator and it uses an MSD ignition system. It runs cool thanks to an aluminium radiator, electric fan, stainless hoses and a polished overflow bottle. The engine bay is painted smooth and glossy. It is decked out with chrome and polished parts.
TRUNK COMPARTMENT: When is the last time you rode in a rumble seat? Never? Here is your chance, it's fun! Recushioned seat upholstered in leather to match the interior. The entire compartment is upholstered.
UNDERSIDE: Full TCI chassis including a fully boxed frame. In front it has independent suspension with drop spindles, tubular control arms, gas shocks, powder coated springs, swaybar and rack & pinion steering. In back it has parallel leaf springs with lowering blocks and gas shocks. It has a power brake system with disc in front, e-brake assembly and electric pump for extra vacuum. The dual exhaust has old school Smithy mufflers for that raspy Flathead sound. Bottom of the motor is spotless and is custom attached to a 5-speed trans with a hydraulic clutch. A new driveshaft connects to a new Currie 9 inch rear. The floors are clean metal painted black and the chassis is painted the color of the fenders. Every thing is very neatly installed, every thing looks like new.
This is a beautiful car with a perfect mixture of vintage and modern style. The quality is what really sold me. The closer you look at the quality, the more impressed you will become. There is nothing to apologize for. I am sure this would be well over $100,000 to duplicate the custom build. With only 100 miles on it, it is still fresh, you save money and time. No waiting 2 years to have it built, this one is ready right now!
I, Jay Grams, take pride in personally writing the descriptions for virtually every car for about the last 30 years now. A significant amount of effort goes into fact checking. What I am offering is my professional impression of the vehicle.
Our salesmen are happy to assist with descriptions and making sure your questions are answered. One great suggestion is letting us do a walk around video that explains the car's condition in detail.
Don't be intimidated, contact sales now for a no pressure, no hassle experience!
815 385 3644 9-5 central
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