in Baltimore (circa'97).
It is a very solid car.
I have never seen anything like it
as far as the wood goes.
The joints and laminates are expertly done.
The drive train is Chevy 307 mated to a 350 trans and a
8" Ford rear.
It is a '31 Ford frame pinched front with a superslide front-end.
It has front disc brakes and rear drums.
It has polished TorqueThrustII's.
The front grill and headlights are '33 Ford.
The cowl is '31 Ford all steel and is fitted with a cut down
"curved" Pinto windshield.
The dash is smoothed with a '51(?) Nash speedo/gauge
cluster centered in the dash.
It also has aftermarket gauges hidden underdash.
The roof is tan Hartz cloth over the very nice
ribbed wood interior.
The car has power steering and power brakes.
The steering column is GM tilt/telescoping with
LeCarra tan leather wheel.
It has a GM am/fm radio mounted in the glovebox.
The seat is tan leather.
The rear window is power.
My '31 does not have air conditioning or door windows.
I do have plexiglass door windows that screw on in seconds
if you get caught in rain.
A car cover is included.
Location: Buena Park, California. USA
Information Call George Kirby at 714.523.7317 Or
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