Crown Concepts LLC
3930 W. Costco Drive
This 1937 Custom Built Pro Street Ford Pickup is a rare opportunity for you to own, drive, and show at every Hot Rod Venue wherever you go!
It has TV history attached to it, as it was a build on "Trucks", a Spike channel Sunday morning program. With less than 500 miles on it, you will see that it is a full custom build with all top shelf parts, no expense spared. Based on a Downs Manufacturing chassis and a body that is built from very nice fiberglass, along with a steel bed. The chassis is a custom mandrel bent rectangular tubing, along with a independent front end, narrowed pro street rear, rack and pinion steering for the modern feel.
The paint and body work is outstanding, as well as the attention given to the interior, to include the custom wrap around CHROME DASH ASSEMBLY.
Powered by a Ford 347 Stoker with aluminum heads and a hydraulic roller that makes it sound like a muscle car. Backed up with a Richmond 6 speed Overdrive Transmission, with NASCAR technology, and a Currie 9-inch differential with 4:30 gears and traction lock, you have it all. And you'll be at ease with the BAER 4-wheel Disc Power Brake system, to include drilled/slotted rotors. And take a look at the Mickey Thompson M/T Billet Wheels, and those rear bad boy tires!
And so much more, to include Vintage A/C & Heat, Pioneer CD/DVD High End Stereo/Subwoofer, Power windows and remote door openers, Flaming River Tilt Steering Column, along with QA-1 Adjustable Coil Over Shocks/Springs. All in all, one of a kind build, nothing spared, to make it a dream to show, a very cool Hot Rod to drive, and a keeper. Call today for your appointment.
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