1932 3-Window All Steel Henry Ford Coupe TV CAR built by Gas Monkey Garage (FAST AND LOUD) SEASON 1 EPISODE 12 - Chopped and Channeled in the 1950’s – Original rumble seat coupe - Henry Ford steel radiator shell and Grille with original porcelain Emblem - Rebuilt 350ci Chevrolet engine with performance cam
Supercharged 377 mouse with all forged interanls, trick flow top end kit. Race built rear end and TH400 trans built with shift kit. 3" custom exhaust with 10 series race mufflers, aluminum radiator. Dyed interior from brown to black. Custom made hood 1 of 1. Electric fuel pump with braided fuel lines. Msd ignition with 2 step and rev limiter. Nice stereo system. 4" wide front tires and 8" wide rear for the "race car" look. Front spoiler. Headlight conversion to h4 with H.I.D 8000k blue tint with halo around lights. Rear LED BRAK light with halo around lens and 6 leds in center. All market and side lights LED. Custom gauges inside car with nitrious bottle between seat. Corvette ghost lights for door, when open door corvette emblem shines on ground. All black interior . New carpet. Owned vehicle for 14 years now.
All steel 56 ford. Painted matt orange. Basically old school on top and all new complete build done by myself and emmels rod shop in beloit wi. Paint by drevdahls auto body
Custom built frame, boxed in with ford nine inch spool rear end. Coil over suspension and four link. Powdercoated
Heidt front cradle with hand built a arms springs and power steering rack. disc brakes on all corners. Ford racing performance 427 stroker motor. 450 horse and 525 lb torque. Tubed rear end with new hand built tubs and steel floor painted to match in the box. Old school interior with new updaged guages, radio and recovered seat. Ratchet shift c4 transmission with reverse valve body. Big mickey thomspon tires and old steel powdercoated rims with center caps. Paint is not perfect but the underneath is. This was a father son build and we drive it all the time. Thanks for looking and considering it.
Its a 1930 Model A Hot Rod. Originally purchased the body in 1964. Did a complete build myself except for the paint this time. It was full fendered and red. Didn't get the interior done at this time. Drove for about 2 years but getting married, building a house and daughters put it into storage for 35+ years. So after retirement I had time again so started over building it as a fender less highboy the way I wanted to the first time, but was told by State Police that at that time I needed fenders. Don't seem to anymore.
This car has been heavily customized. Partial list of changes include 55Chev. headlight hoods, 57Corvette grille, 55 Pontiac side trim, 88 Firebird direct injection engine, 700R4 transmission, Camaro front clip with power steering and disc brakes, fully shaved (hood, doors, and trunk) and restyled interior.