Head turner at every show. Known as the Spirit of America, this 16-time trophy winner (2 best of show) is one of a kind. Registered in Washington State as a 1923 Ford. Originally built in the late 60s was totally rebuilt in 2007. Midnight blue metallic with American Flag flames. Has a 1968 Ford 302 with Edelbrock Performer Air Gap intake and Performer 4bbl carb. Has rebuilt Ford C-4 automatic with Lokar Nostalgia shifter. Mallory HiFire Electronic Ignition, Ron Francis wiring kit and Stewart Warner Wings gauges inside a Fender dash panel. Has UniSteer Performance (rack & pinion); Hot Rods USA (shafts and u-joints, Flaming River micro-column. Mickey Thompson tires and Billet Specialties Street Lite wheels. Aldan Eagle Adjustable Ride Shocks. Paragon Performance brake lines. Unique vehicle frame from original build from Pontiac drivelines! Has passenger side door for easy access. Comes with enclosed drive-on trailer. With trailer, over $60K in total restoration. E-mail me for details at [email protected]
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