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1929 Custom Hot Rod

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1929 Ford with all steel body.  Cool custom paint and pinstripping.  It is known as "The Bad Seed"-Spudnut Racing...   So fun.  It is a good daily driver and dependable starter.  Cool retro interior.  Automatic with a 1956 Ford Tbird 312 Y Block Motor.  The car is equipped with front disk brakes, hair pin suspension and independent rear suspension.  The lights and tail lights work and so does the AWWW OOOGA horn.  Equipped with new gauges, mexican rear seat blanket.  .









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Re: 1928 - 29 Ford hot rod

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Collecting the parts presented one of Jay Dean's major challenges when he decided to build this roadster. The six-year build time also taking so long owing to his job looking after vintage and classic race cars taking him all over the U.S., leaving precious little car building time at home. That job, however, did provide his color of choice, the red hue found on a 1932 Alfa Romeo in his custody.
However, it was a long while between acquiring the "kit form" original sheetmetal and applying paint! Sure it was an original roadster, but it was in pieces, with a badly hacked floor and subrails. This prompted Jay to fabricate a new floor, channeling the body the width of the rails in the process. Those rails, incidentally, are also owner-fabricated, using 3x2 steel box painstakingly tapered to appear original, with stock framehorns added, and a Speedway Motors dropped front crossmember.
A custom rear crossmember with a suicide-style perch mounts a 1946 Ford rear spring with four leaves removed, mounted atop the 8-inch axle casing as per stock Model A. 1936 Ford wishbones locate the rearend. Split 'bones were also used up front, along with a Superbell dropped I-beam and 1948 Ford backing plates and spindles, all chromed by San Marcos Polishing and Plating. Buick drums complete the traditional look of the front end, as does the use of an F-1 pickup steering box.

A channeled body can make even a small-block Chevy appear to sit higher in the chassis than usual, and coupled with an original Offenhauser intake the air cleaners on the four owner-rebuilt 97s now sit perfectly just above the level of the cowl. There's no progressive linkage here, all four carbs opening in unison thanks to more Jay fabrication. Gas is fed from an owner-made (see a theme here?) 14-gallon aluminum tank behind the seat to the 1966-vintage 365hp 327, which was machined by Fallbrook Machine and assembled at home using new pistons, an Isky 3/4 race cam, and a Mallory YZ distributor with PerTronix internals. Starting with a pair of exhaust flanges, Jay built the headers using 1936 Ford torque tube sections, just like in the old days, before installing modified VW Stinger baffles then having them chromed. Original Cal Custom valve covers complete the engine.

A rebuilt (guess who by?) BorgWarner four-speed makes the roadster fun to drive, with an 11-pound Scheifer flywheel, and an original '60s Hurst shifter. Now a traditional hot rod wouldn't look right without the correct rubber, so you'll find G78-15 bias-plies in the rear and 5.60-15s doing the steering, all mounted on Wheel Vintiques steelies with caps 'n' rings.


With the body pieced together so all gaps and panel fit was perfect, the addition of a '37 Ford dash, and exterior color choice of the aforementioned Alfa Romeo red and Ivory white completed, Jay handed the roadster over to Rex Upholstery in nearby Oceanside, California. Rex absolutely nailed the period upholstery, not only matching the paint colors perfectly with the tuck 'n' roll inserts and Italian wool carpet, but also by extending the same attention to detail into the trunk.

It'd be remiss of us not to mention that steering wheel. Sure, an English Morris Minor wheel is unusual in an American-built hot rod in its own right, but this one has history. See, Jay was discussing with his brother in England how he wanted to use a banjo wheel on the car, but it had to have a few inches of "dish" to work. His brother mentioned he might have just the thing, and pulled this wheel, which had been on Jay's first car at 14, from the rafters of the garage, and mailed it over!



Read more: http://www.hotrod.com/cars/featured/1503-1929-ford-model-a-and-1954-customline-coals-to-newcastle/


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1929 Ford Model A - Sam Conrad Roadster

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Never be afraid to ask questions, folks. You never know where the answers will lead.
On the opening Menu page in our Sept. '14 issue, we ran a photo of the Beach Boys, circa 1963, posed around a hot roadster in front of the Capitol Records building. We didn't know anything about the car and asked for help in the photo's caption. Boy, did we get it.

We heard from Sam Conrad, who owned the car when the photo was taken, and from Dick Scritchfield, a friend of Sam's who was among several fellow L.A. Roadster club members who helped him build the car. We published those letters and others in the Nov. '14 issue, but realized that his car deserved a closer look. Turns out Sam's roadster appeared in a half-dozen different stories in HRM in 1963 and '64, but for some reason never got a feature article. That didn't happen until another of Sam's L.A. Roadster club buddies, LeRoi "Tex" Smith, wrote about it for Popular Hot Rodding —after writing all of the articles about the car in HRM.


Sam was one of the L.A. Roadsters' original members. He joined the club in 1957 "right out of high school," he says. "The guys were great, and hot rodding gave me camaraderie and friendships that I really enjoyed." In those days he owned a basket-case '32, "but I gave up on that when I bought the 1929 Ford Model A highboy in 1959."


He found it sitting in a garage, a dormant project car that had been parked for a dozen years. It took some sorting out, but he turned it into a sharp hot rod, with a 296-inch, 3⁄8x3⁄8 flathead sitting in front of a mahogany firewall fashioned by Carlos Smith, Tex Smith's father. Sam drove the roadster like this for two years, but as the flathead grew tired, Sam started looking for a more potent mill.



He found one: a 483-inch Olds mated to a B&M automatic, originally built by Hugh Tucker for his A/Street roadster. Putting that much motor into the car was going to require other changes, so Sam tore the car down to rebuild it from the ground up. Tex, recognizing the car as good story fodder for HRM, got out his camera and documented some of the major steps.



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Re: 1928 - 29 Ford hot rod

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In "Boxing the Rails" (HRM Mar. '63), there's Sam with Carlos Smith, reinforcing the car's '32 frame with boxing plates and new crossmembers. The May '63 HRM showed how you could build "Custom Radius Rods for Under $15." A month later, the car got a set of "Wild Outdoor Headers" made from bent tubing, rolled sheetmetal, and a flange kit from C-T Automotive. In "Hang 'Em Handy" in the Nov. '63 HRM, Sam's car was among several shot by Tex to illustrate various ways to mount a license plate to the front of a hot rod. (Other notable rods that appeared in that story included Norm Grabowski's T-bucket, Scritch's Deuce, and the Dick Flint roadster, at that point owned by Duane Kofoed.) The last how-to Tex wrote about the car for HRM was "Bolt-In Bars" in June '64, showing how a roadster could be fitted with a rollbar that bolts in for the strip and then unbolts for the street.


If there's a common thread running through these stories, it's their low-buck, everyman nature. Sam's car was not a mega-dollar show car, but a good-looking, well-built hot rod HRM readers could aspire to build.

Then again, thanks to his club pals, Sam got help building the car from some of rodding's guiding lights. And in those days, he enjoyed opportunities that don't exist anymore. For example, for a time he and Scritch lived across the street from Phil Weiand's shop. They got to know the guys there and were able to borrow the keys to work in the machine shop after hours. In a similar vein, Scritch's relationship with a local auto dealer (he was a claims adjuster for the SoCal AAA) allowed him access to that dealer's paint booth when he and Sam painted—and repainted—the roadster.

It's ironic that, while coverage of Sam's car started with HRM, the most comprehensive stories written about the roadster appeared in rival Popular Hot Rodding. Scritchfield showed much of the car's assembly in the June '63 "Building a Street Roadster," and Tex, who had become a freelancer, wrote a full feature called "Strategy for a Street Roadster" in the Nov. '65 issue.

It's clear that Sam loved his car, and loved running with the L.A. Roadsters. But by 1968, Sam's career and the demands of raising a family altered his priorities, and he sold the car to Bob Gorby, who would remain its caretaker for the next 44 years.
And really, Sam still loves his car. He was eager to help us with this story, generously digging into his albums, scanning old photos, chasing down magazines where his car appeared, and reliving those days when a bunch of like-minded guys helped each other build what would become iconic and much-loved hot rods.


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Re: 1928 - 29 Ford hot rod

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To Hell
The Beach Boys photo isn't the only brush with celebrity Sam's car had. It also played a role in the (in)famous B-movie Hot Rods to Hell. Log on to YouTube and search for "Hot Rods to Hell Chase Scene." At about 2 minutes in, you can spot Sam's car joining the rogue rods chasing poor Dana Andrews and his family. Sam had no idea how his car was going to be used, and you can imagine the clean-up job he faced after all those brodies in the dirt!



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1929 Ford Model A Roadster

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Time Warp Kool... this retro styled 29 Ford Model A Roadster Hot Rod easily rocks the charts and turns up the volume in more ways than one, so listen up. Previously selected as one of the magazine cover cars for the "Rod and Custom's Top 100 Best of 2000" and have been informed, this beauty has roots following back to Eddies Speed Shop. Taking us back to a time when creating something entirely different and totally custom included generous chrome, horsepower, straight pipes, creative body-mods and of course, heavy metal flake finishes. Creativity often combined styling cues and performance goodies derived from other makes/models. OK, let's get on with the rest of the show...

Completely custom and collectively loud! The body and components have been totally customized and finished in a wonderful period-style" Kandy Apple Green" professional quality paint finish. Features include stock height "Model A" windshield, body color wheels w/bias ply wide whites, Dodge Lancer spinner hub-caps, custom fiberglass grill w/chrome mesh insert, sharply-canted 1962 Thunderbird headlight bezels, canted 1958 Chevrolet Bel Air taillight bezels, anodized aluminum strip lower rear panel, modified 1950 Oldsmobile dash/steering wheel, chrome plated knobs/bezels and horizontally pleated tuck-n-roll white leather w/black carpet...

Appearing as though the Roadster body is deeply channeled over the frame is accomplished with a custom built chromoly chassis that's hidden by a full underbody belly-pan, allowing a very low profile with no sacrifice of interior room to the frame rails. Suspension features include, chrome I-beam dropped front axle w/chrome buggy spring, chrome hairpins & steering components, Buick front drum brakes, braided brake lines, Viper coil-over 4 link rear suspension, rear drum brakes and more...

Now for the fun part... power begins with a 1957 Chrysler 392 cubic inch Hemi built by the famous "Dyno Don". Features include polished aluminum Edelbrock six-pack intake manifold, 6 GM/Rochester carburetors, eight right-angle custom chrome w/motorcycle baffles (keeps the noise to an acceptable level), Mallory ignition, chrome 12V alternator, chrome Hemi valve covers, chrome pulley's and brackets. Transferring the power is a Chrysler three-speed 727 Torque-Flite automatic transmission w/long handled Corvette shifter and narrowed Ford 9" rear differential. Too much fun...



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1929 FORD MODEL A

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1929 MODEL A FORD...STEEL BODY(RUST FREE)...32 FRAME, REAR FORD 9IN COIL OVERS LADDER BAR SET UP..325 GEAR.....FRONT 4IN DROPPED SUPER BELL WITH SSBC POLISHED DISC BREAKS, CHROME SPRING, CHROME HAIR PINS, CHROME TIE ROD..ECT., MOTOR 1968 327 CHEVY 30 OVER, Z28 DOUBLE HUMP HEADS...MILD TO WILD CAM...HAS NICE THUMP TO IT....TURBO 350 TRANS...CAR HAS A/C...THIS IS A FOUR PASSENGER CAR HAS BACK SEAT....CAR DOES HAVE FULL EXHAUST THATS RUNS TO REAR END..DRIVES VERY NICE...BEEN TO MANY SHOWS....WON HOME BUILDT HOTROD AT GOODGUYS HARTLAND NATIONALS IN DES MOINES IOWA 2014









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Ford Model A 1929 Roadster

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You are looking at a True Period Correct 60’s Channeled Lowboy Hot Rod Model A! This 1929 Ford Model A has the right "Kustom Kulture Look" built with the best parts available,
no expense spared with ZERO corners cut here!

It starts, stops, and drives extremely well, with tons of power. It has a fully built 327 SBC V8 Motor with Mild Cam, mated to a Saginaw 3 speed transmission with Wilwood Hydraulic clutch. Yes this Hot Rod has three pedals and is extremely responsive. Gear selection is made with a Vintage “Tall” Hurst shifter. Three Matched Rochester 2GC Carburetors and 3x2 Offenhauser aluminum manifold set up with progressive linkage. All new 12V wiring and harness with AC Delco Generator and chromed Voltage regulator, Polished Distributor with MSD 8mm Black series wires. Finned So-Cal Coil and Vintage Cal Custom valve covers with Offy breathers. This Dual exhaust Hugger Headers with 8” Shorty Cherry Bombs that out the rear, Sound awesome! Custom Chopped 32’ Aluminum radiator with a electric pull fan to keep this Hot Rod running Cool like Fonzi.

The Steel body straight and solid overall, originally a 29 Sport Coupe that has been capped with a leaned roadster windshield. Shot in Hot Rod Flatz Black that has been distressed and has Old school Pinstriping by Mike Clines. It is channeled 4 inches. Working doors that open and shut using Bear claw latches. Original Chopped 32 Ford Grill with one off Stainless Steel Insert flows seamlessly with the body lines. The laid back roadster windshield is a perfect fit and functions, chip and crack free.

The AC Cobra seats are done in Black Old School 1" pleats, very comfortable (see pics). The one piece rubber carpet mat covers the all aluminum floor. Vintage 60's 4 spoke white steering wheel mated to a Hot Rod column with quick release steering wheel hub, Autometer Classic American Gauges, and steel dash. Kenwood FM/AM/CD/USB/AUX Pandora Ready Stereo supplies cruising tunes through the 3-way converted RCA Vintage Drive Inn Speakers, sounds great. The Guide BLC headlights and tear drop tail lights, and turn signals work as they should.

A lowered ride with a Boxed Ford 1929 that has been stepped using 2" x 4" x .125 wall and with All American Steel from the seats back. The original rear cross member is set up with So Cal Ladder bars and 40 Ford buggy spring, Ford 9 inch rear end with Interceptor brakes . Up front we have Vintage Dago Dropped Axel with Heavy Heim Joint Vega cross steering, shorty shocks, early Ford spindles with 56 F100 Bendix brakes supplied juice from the compact Wilwood Master Cylinder. The open drive line has a new drive shaft.

New 6.70 15" Firestone Deluxe Wide White Wall tires in the front on 1950 Mercury Rims, New 8.90 15" Firestone Deluxe Wide White Wall tires in the rear on 1950 Mercury Reversed Rims. The Rims were painted Orange by Art Himsl. The custom built 12 Gallon Aluminum Gas Tank in the trunk has been tunneled to clear the rear pumpkin. A new Optima Yellow Top Deep Cycle Gel Battery is concealed in a aluminum compartment behind the drivers seat.

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1928 28 FORD MODEL A ROADSTER

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1928 MODEL A FORD STEEL BODY FENDER-LESS ROADSTER

BUILT IN THE PRE (1948) WORLD WAR ll STYLE..... WHEN THEY PULLED OFF THE FENDERS, HOPPED UP THE MOTOR AND WENT RACING!!!

THIS TRADITIONAL HOT ROD WITH A CLEAR INDIANA 1928 TITLE HAS BEEN RE-BUILT FROM ONE END TO THE OTHER.

Any and all questions are welcome.... Questions should be asked and/or additional pictures requested BEFORE bidding. All sales are FINAL.


CHASSIE:

WHEELS ARE 17" 1933-34 FORD WIRE WHEELS;
NEW EXCELSIOR TIRES: FRONT - 4.50/ 17" AND REAR - 5.25/5.50 17";
POLISHED CAST ALUMINUM CRAGER KNOCK OFF CAPS;
MECHANICAL BRAKES WITH ERA ACCESSORY BRAKE RE-ENFORING BANDS ON ALL 4 DRUMS;
NEW BRAKE SHOES AND RODS;
FRAME IS Z'ED IN THE BACK;
MODEL A FORD SHOCKS ON ALL FOUR CORNERS;
COVERS ON FRONT AND BACK TRANSVERSE SPRINGS

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UNDER THE HOOD:

4 CYL MOTOR REBUILT AND TWEAKED FOR SPEED AND RELIABILITY
12 VOLT ELECTRICAL SYSTEM WITH NEW WIRING
ELECTRONIC IGNITION
FLOAT-A-MOTOR MOUNTS
CUSTOM MADE FINNED ALUMINUM MOUNT COVERS
OIL FEED LINES ADDED TO FRONT AND CENTER MAIN BEARING CAPS
LIGHTENED FLYWHEEL
ALUMINUM TIMMING GEAR
ALUMINUM AND CHROME ENGINE SIDE COVERS
STAINLESS AND CHROME EXHAUST SYSTEM MADE FROM A 1936 FORD INNER DRIVE SHAFT

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BODY :

ALL STEEL ROADSTER
RUMBLE SEAT
WINDSHIELD IS CHOPPED 2"
WINDSHIELD (OLD USED CHROME) AND POSTS ARE NEWLY CHROMED
CHROME GRILL
CHOPPED APRON
NEW HOOD
STAINLESS STEEL HOOD LATCHES AND HANDLES
CHROMED DOOR HINGES
GUIDE HEADLIGHTS WITH CHROME TRIM RINGS AND TOP MARKER LIGHT HOUSINGS
CUSTOM MADE HEADLIGHT STANDS MADE FROM 1928 FENDER BRACES
1939 FORD TEAR DROP TAIL LIGHTS

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INTERIOR:

TAN LEATHER INTERIOR AND MATCHING RUMBLE SEAT
LOOP CARPET
CHROME DASH, SHIFTER AND HAND BRAKE HANDLE,
GLASS SWIRL SHIFTER KNOB
FULTON ACCESSORY PEDAL COVERS AND GAS PEDAL
15 1/2" SPRINT CAR STYLE STEERING WHEEL

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1929 Ford Model A

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This is a turn key roadster needs nothing get in and have fun. Paint is excellent very shiny and looks great, gets lots of looks if you like that sort of thing. Its a glass 29 roadster body on original pinched 32 rails, has a ford 9 inch with coil over shocks and a drop axle front end and it handles great. It has a small block chevy engine with dual 4 barrel carbs lots of polished hardware and parts looks very nice, coated headers, and more. Tires are like new and rims are in perfect condition. It has 4 wheel disc brakes all around stops great









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1929 Ford Model A

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1929 Ford Coupe
"Bonneville Girl"

I had this car professionally built approx 3 years ago from ground up using a wedge-chopped steel Ford body on a real 1932 Ford boxed frame and various other vintage Ford body parts to look like a traditional hot rod racer. Last year, the car completed over 2,400 miles driving round-trip on Hot Rod Magazine's 2014 "Power Tour" from Charlotte, NC to Wisconsin Dells, WI and was awarded a Long Haul Certificate & Award.

1929 Ford body with wedge chop and filled roof
1932 Ford boxed frame
1931 Ford radiator shell off Standard pick-up truck
1932 Ford hood
1940 Ford steering wheel w/ tilt column
1946 Ford dropped axle
1950 Pontiac taillights
1960 Triumph trunk hinges
350 Chevy w/ T350 trans
GM 10 bolt rear
Steel floor
All new wiring harness
Professional interior in red w/ traditional style stitching
Hidden CD stereo w/ USB port for iphone
4-bar link suspension with coil over shocks in rear
All wood removed from body and replaced with steel
682 Headlights
Lokar Shifter
HEI distributor
Coker 16" steel wheels and radial tires
Disc brakes in front
Power windows
Aluminum radiator
Dual exhaust w/ traditional Smitty's mufflers then wrapped

Built to look like a post-war salt flats racer with some modern safety details such as suspension and disc brakes. Car was photographed by Hot Rod Magazine and posted on their website several times during the Power Tour. Professional artwork was made of car for posters and T-shirts, can be included. Car is also used in Germany as their publicity ad for an "All American Automotive Parts" company, flyer included.

Exterior numbering, lettering and pinstriping done by hand in a traditional style. Car is geared for highway speeds, is excellent on MPG, has never been raced and handles very well. This is the most comfortable Model A that I've ever owned and driven for legroom and ride.

The wedge chop (lower in front than rear of cab) allows for a more aggresive raked look with more headroom in the rear of the coupe. Three layer paint with yellow under red then black epoxy flat paint as final layer, then buffed for hours with various areas of black that was sanded down to look as if car has been worn and used for years. Includes all photos of car during build. Car is super fun and ready to go.

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1929 Ford Model A

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"Mr. 800", Custom Built 50s Era Dry Lakes Racer, All Steel, 355 ci engine, Borg Warner 5 speed manual transmission with hydraulic clutch, Holley 4 bbl, factory intake & exhaust manifolds, aluminum radiator, Juice brakes, Lucky 7 front drop axle, bucket seats, Vintage tach & full gauges, 40 Ford steering wheel, dual exhaust, 10 bolt 3.73 limited slip rear end, Firestone 820 rear tires, 560 rears, 15" steel wheels with 40 Ford caps, 5" chopped & louvered hood, boxed frame, aftermarket wiring harness, aluminum fuel tank, "pop-out" front windshield, Drive Anywhere!









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1928 Ford Roadster Pickup

Message  Predicta le Lun 26 Oct - 18:33


BODY:

1928 Ford Roadster Pickup
Very Straight Body, Extremely Nice
Original Model A Cowl w/ Fabricated Body
Cut Down Bed and Tailgate from 60's Ford Truck
No Rust, All Rust was Cut out and Replaced with Fresh Sheet Metal
Custom mixed Shade of Green (comes with Jar of Paint)
Original Real 1932 Ford Grill Shell Cut Down
Late 20's Chevy Headlights w/ Halogen Conversion
New 42'-48' Ford Blue Dot Taillights








THE ENGINE / DRIVETRAIN:


Fires First Crank Every Time!
Keeps Nice Oil Pressure throughout drive
170 Cubic Inch Flat Head 6 Engine and
Overdrive Trans from 1953 Studebaker Champion
New Finned Aluminum Higher Compression Head from
Cathcart Studebaker
New Offenhauser Aluminum Dual Carb Intake from Egge Machine
Custom Fabricated Linkage
2 Carter WE Single Barrel Cabs
1st Carb is N.O.S., 2nd Carb was Rebuilt w/ N.O.S. Kit
Carb Scoops were made from Vintage Chris Craft Boat Deck Vents
Dual Exhaust and w/ Handmade Wrapped Headers and
Harley Davidson Fishtail Mufflers for very
Unique and Interesting Exhaust Note
Petronix Electronic Ignition Conversion w/ New Plugs, Wires,
Cap, Rotor, Coil and Vacuum Advance Unit
New Alternator w/ Aftermarket Pulley to fit Wider Vintage Style Belt
Late Model 7.5 Rear End out of Chevy S10 w/ Adapters to fit
the Ford Wheels
4.56 Gears installed work perfectly with the Overdrive Trans
which is the original Studebaker Ratio
New '65 Mustang 4 Row Aluminum Radiator
w/ Electric Fan Keeps it Cool
Spun Gas Tank in Bed






SUSPENSION / CHASSIS:


Underslung Suspension so that it can be driven extremely low
with no worries about clearance / dragging.  
The Front and Rear Axles are Mounted above inverted Frame

Front Half of Frame is Fully Boxed Model A
Rear Half is 2"x 4" Box Tubing w/ 2"x 2" Box Tubing X Member
Drivetrain is mounted so that nothing hangs below the frame Rails!
Drilled Model A Front Axle with Model A Wishbones w/ Two Tone Paint
1948 Mercury Front Brakes w/ Custom Two Tone Paint
1940's Ford 16" Steel Wheels with New 1941 Ford Hubcaps
Brand New Firestone Black Wall Tires and Tubes from Coker
Firestone Deluxe Champions Bias Plys, 4.50/4.75-16 front, 7.00-16 rear
Handmade and Drilled Friction Shocks Front and Rear
Reversed Corvair Steering Box
High End Small Dry Cell Battery Under Flip up Bed
HANDLES Like None Other!




INTERIOR:

Vintage Seats from 1960's Renault Dauphine
Interior and Bed Floor done with Hardwood Coated with
Gloss Urethane Spar Varnish for Durable Finish then Trimmed
w\ Aluminum Strips
Bed Floor Hinges Up to Expose Storage Compartment!
Vintage Glass Door-Knob Shifter Handle
Genuine Vintage Ansen Swinging Pedal Assembly
New 1961 Chevy Truck Clutch / Brake Master Cylinder
Corvair Steering done in Two Tone
New Heater Unit for Cruising even During Colder Weather!
Wolf Whistle Vacuum Operated Whistle
If your 6" Foot Tall This Roadster will Fit you Nicely, Very Roomy




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