800 Derita Road, Ste. A
This 1930 Ford 2 door sedan Streetrod has the slammed look of an outlaw car, and the quality finish of a build with only about 1,400 miles on it. So when you want to be bold, distinct, and complete, it's time to take a look at this custom.
The quality impression starts with the slick paint. The blue has a deep and modern gloss that instantly makes an impression. So the sunlight loves to let this one radiate and show off the straight panels of the steel body. This build gets the details right with a finished quality where you don't see the signs where they chopped inches out of the roofline and channel the frame into the cab. You have the best details of these street machines, like the drop axle front drilled for weight savings, an open roof, tri-bar headlights, smoothed rear, and the large rear tires that give this a terrific stance.
The interior continues the feeling of an aggressive street machine with some thoughtfulness added into the design. For example, these are supposed to have a bare metal style. So you see that on the transmission tunnels and the classic racing buckets. But the full carpeting and seat padding are there for civility. The bright white on the doors and dash give this a premium style, especially with the tuck and roll inserts in the doors and on the rear deck. And it's surprisingly easy to get comfortable behind the wheel when you have a tilt column, Lokar shifter, and a dash full of crisp Steward Warner gauges.
The 350 cubic-inch V8 is on display for the world to see, and so they made sure it has the look to back up the car's custom hot rod style. It starts with the engine block painted to match the body. Plus, the setup is extra tidy so you can see all the polished details, including the finned valve covers and big air grabber. The small block has also been enhanced with go-fast goodies like a Holley four-barrel carburetor, Edelbrock intake, and ceramic coated headers feeding a rather straight set of dual exhaust pipes. There are also good supporting items like an MSD distributor, Taylor high temp plug wires, and an aluminum radiator with an electric fan. It's about nice power and a sweet sound from the exhaust, but there is much more to the build. The undercarriage photos show you how fresh every inch of this build is. Plus, they give you a better view of the front disc brakes, four-link rear with adjustable coilovers rear, and stout Ford 9-inch rear end. There's even a 700R4 four-speed automatic transmission w/overdrive to make this a great all-around cruiser.
Complete with build receipts, this is a quality street machine built with just the right amount of comforts. Call now!!
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