This Ford hot rod features a black 1931-style steel body over matching quilted upholstery, and is powered by a 350ci Chevrolet V8 paired with a four-speed manual transmission and a reinforced Ford 9″ rear end featuring a 1:3.08 ratio. Features include a boxed frame, an extended cockpit, four-link rear suspension, a drilled front drop axle, four-wheel disc brakes, and an aluminum radiator.
The body and fenders are steel and are finished in single-stage black paint. The car features running boards, a folding windscreen, six taillights, chrome headlight buckets, turn signals, and a body-colored radiator surround. The black canvas soft top can be seen mounted in the gallery below and a set of front and rear chrome bumpers are said to be included.
Artillery-style 15″ front and 17″ rear wheels are finished in red with chrome hubcaps and mounted with “big and little” Goodyear Eagle RS-A tires. Stopping power is provided by disc brakes at all four wheels.
The cockpit was reportedly stretched 2″ for increased legroom and features seating for two on a contoured bench, which is trimmed in black vinyl with quilted inserts to match the doors and side panels. Black carpets cover the floors.
The billet steering wheel is mounted on a chrome tilting column head of a body-colored dash housing a Dolphin 140-mph speedometer and combination gauge. The digital odometer shows 2,300 miles.
The 350ci Chevrolet V8 features a polished high-rise intake manifold as well as a finned air cleaner and valve covers. Cooling is from an aluminum radiator with both mechanical and electric fans. Power is sent to the rear wheels via a four-speed manual transmission and a trussed Ford 9″ rear end featuring a 1:3.08 ratio. The car rests on a boxed frame and features a four-link rear suspension setup with coilovers as well as a Super Bell drilled front drop axle with radius rods and chrome tube shocks.
All prices are plus tax, title, licensing and a $200 negotiable documentary service fee. Vehicles are subject to availability.