Jaguar is perhaps most famous for their slinky 2-seat convertibles, and this 1999 Jaguar XK8 continues the tradition in grand style. Offering a huge amount of performance for the cost of a used Honda, this is A-list motoring that anyone can afford. Finished in brilliant Meteorite Metallic (AKA silver), this looks like the right car to have inherited the E-Types legacy. Long, smooth, with a very pronounced hood, an oval air intake, and smooth headlamps, its instantly recognizable as a Jaguar. Theres a serious performance car underneath, but it doesnt seem to need to advertise, which means no spoilers, no wing, just clean lines that are elegance in motion. It shows only 68,123 miles on the clock and there might be some signs of time and use throughout, but theres no denying the sinuous look of Jaguars top cat. And despite the flaws, this car clearly demonstrates that $80,000 paint is better than $30,000 paint and remains a tribute to the artisans in Coventry who assemble these cars; remember that this car is coming up on 20 years old yet still turns heads like few others. There are almost no nits to pick aside from the usual signs of use on the lower edges, but even those are virtually invisible thanks to the wonders of silver paint. Jaguar is rightly famous for their sumptuous interiors, and just because the car has nearly 300 horsepower on tap doesnt mean it cant be comfortable as well. With a masterful blend of natural materials (Cashmere leather on the seats, real burled walnut on the dash, and wool carpets underfoot) there are few other automakers who can compete with Jaguar at this level. All of it is in very good condition befitting the age and mileage, although the drivers seat has been reupholstered at some point. Jaguars only came one way: loaded, and everything is in working order on this one, including the ice cold A/C. The burled walnut instrument panel and matching console are downright gorgeous and probably worth the price of admission all by themselves. The AM/FM/cassette/CD stereo system still sounds good by todays standards and you can pretty much forget the old wives tales about electrical gremlins in Jaguars because this one works as intended. Theres also a snug-fitting black canvas convertible top that disappears under a matching tan boot for a clean look. Oh, and if youd like to do some grand touring, the trunk is big enough to accommodate all the gear youd neat for a nice road trip. The XK8s real claim to fame, however, is under the hood where a 290 horsepower version of Jaguars 4.0 liter DOHC V8 makes this car feel like a British Corvette. Of course, its very civilized horsepower, but that doesnt mean the engine isnt monstrously powerful. Properly maintained for the past 18 years, it starts and runs rather well and doesnt exhibit any of the issues that often plague high-end performance cars. A gentle prod of the throttle generates impressive thrust and torque that makes you smile, but mashing it creates a demonic blur outside the windows as the car lunges forward. A 5-speed automatic and an athletic suspension are standard, so Jaguars wonderful blend of handling and ride quality remains in place. Its also equipped with powerful 4-wheel disc brakes and it rides on very cool-looking 17-inch chrome alloys wearing staggered 245/50/17 performance radials. Not perfect, but an A-list luxury performance car that still attracts attention and delivers a first-class motoring experience. Call today!
This 1967 Chevrolet Malibu Chevelle delivers big fun in a reasonably-priced package and just doesnt seem to be trying too hard to be something its not. Its the kind of car that a lot of guys would love to own and always figure that theyre just too expensive. Well, isnt it time to stop wishing and get into the game? The creamy white paint is low-key but it definitely enhances the image of this clean-looking Chevelle. This neat A-body has the clean, uncluttered lines that made it one of the most popular muscle cars of all time, yet doesnt advertise with add-ons like an aftermarket hood or fake SS badges. Instead, its more like the car you might have owned in, say, 1971 when horsepower was cheap and you could get a clean car like this for not a lot of money. Those long quarter panels are straight, body alignment is good, and with a black pinstripe highlighting the bodys curves, it has a classic look. At first glance you might not notice that its a 4-door, but the clean hardtop profile is why Chevelles remain popular year after year and it gives up very little to its 2-door siblings. The paint is good enough to take to the local cruise night, but you wont worry about it if you have to park it somewhere or get caught in the rain. All the chrome bits look quite good, including both bumpers and the stock Chevelle grille, and we sort of like those big bumper guards, which are an unusual period accessory. Black is really the only choice inside, and the comfortable bench seats wear reproduction seat covers that look right and fit well. As a sedan, theres a great deal of room inside and nobody will complain about the accommodations. The dash is in great shape and this 4-door offers a full complement of gauges, something that a lot of its more sporting siblings omit. A recent wood-rimmed wheel warms things up a bit and theres a custom digital AM/FM radio in the original slot. The soft parts, including the carpets and dash pad, are in great shape and the doors dont sag, which is critical on the pillarless hardtop models like this. It also includes heavy-duty floor mats, a neat accessory cup holder that slots into the dash, and a trunk big enough for a few weeks worth of travel. Someone spent wisely on the 327 cubic inch V8 under the hood, which looks right wearing Chevy Orange engine enamel and dress up parts like a chrome air cleaner and finned valve covers. Factory double hump heads, HEI ignition, a factory intake manifold, and Holley 4-barrel carburetor help cement the Chevelles performance legacy, even in small block form, and with a burbling dual exhaust system, it sounds great. Power steering and power brakes are nice additions to a family-friendly cruiser, as is the 700R4 4-speed automatic transmission, which offers effortless cruising. The chassis is in very good condition for being mostly original, with plenty of evidence of its lifetime spent down south. The factory suspension hasnt been altered in any radical way, so it still rides and handles as the factory intended and it sits on 17-inch US Mags wheels with staggered performance radials. That reasonable price tag doesnt mean someone cut corners, and with a great low-profile look and great road manners, this Chevelle delivers big time bang for the buck. Call today!
Jeep invented the personal 4x4, Ford made it popular, and trucks like this 1972 Chevrolet K5 Blazer perfected the breed. Blending just the right amounts of go-anywhere truck durability with creature comforts and practicality, the Blazer was a mainstay of popular automotive culture for decades, and few are better suited to that legacy than this nicely restored 4x4. The handsome Medium Olive paint was applied just a few years ago and still looks good on the Blazers squared-off body lines. Theres plenty of Chevy pickup truck DNA in there, but who can argue with the result when it looks this good? The proportions are ideal for a big yet personal SUV, and with the removable white fiberglass hardtop, its fairly easy to transform it into a fun-in-the-sun machine for a day at the beach. The idea of having fun in this truck was clearly the driving force behind the freshening, since it isnt trailer queen perfect, but rather a nice blend of restored and original components that ensure you wont think twice about climbing behind the wheel and putting it to use. It fits together quite well, the doors close easily, and that big hood doesnt need a massive slam, and theres no evidence that it has ever been wrecked or abused. The simple chrome grille and front bumper, a few modest badges, and a shiny rear bumper, a rear-mounted spare, and a jerrycan all make this truck feel at home anywhere it goes. Twin bucket seats with correct Saddle-colored seat covers, matching carpets, and nice-looking door panels anchor a stylish and functional interior. Today, we might find the inside of the Blazer absurdly spacious, but thats the great thing about old vehicles like this, particularly when theyre also practical and functional. Theres a matching Saddle cover on the rear bench, too, making this a comfortable 5-passenger vehicle thatll truly go almost anywhere. Original gauges are some of the best designs youll find in a vintage truck and theyre framed by a two-spoke steering wheel thats beefy enough to look right in the full-sized Blazer. A modern stereo radio fits in the dash like it was born there, so your music can come with you, and its hard to imagine a better vehicle for playing outside. Open the tailgate and even with the back seat in place theres still plenty of cargo space for just about anything youll need. The 350 cubic inch V8 under the hood is the perfect companion if youre going somewhere remote. With a 4-barrel carburetor and a very OEM look, it works well in a Camaro, but it works just as well in this big 4x4 as well. It runs superbly, starting easily and idling with a muscular rumble from the custom dual exhaust system. The engine bay is dominated by the big air cleaner, but if you look carefully youll see a Chevy Orange block underneath, factory exhaust manifolds, and a giant radiator thats ideal for slow-going. Its backed by a freshly rebuilt TH350 3-speed automatic transmission plus a 2-speed transfer case that feeds power to the axles at both ends. With a slight lift, itll climb over big obstacles and upgraded shocks keep it from being too rough a ride. Classic Rally wheels look awesome and are fitted with massive 31x10.50-15 BFGoodrich off-road radials that complete to the go-anywhere look. Big Blazers are big fun, and with this southern truck thats ready to hit the trails, you can combine work and play without changing a thing. Call today!
This 210 is a member of the coveted Tri-five series of Chevys from 1955, 56 and 57. It is last year of production for these models which has several features that make them especially desirable like large tailfins and a twin rocket hood design. But instead of bringing back memories of 1957, this car may actually bring you back to the early 60s instead. Because instead of being an over the top restored show car, this one is more like what families would have owned and been driving in the 60s. Check it out. The Tri-five style is all there! There are twin rockets on the hood and they are just too cool for school! Dressed in a beautiful shade of Red, that big ol hood bends down between headlights perched way out front on the fenders and shrouded with chrome. There is a ton of chrome in the grill with a red, white and blue Chevy bowtie badge in the center. The front end of a car doesnt get any better than that! There is a bold line of chrome running down the side of the car that splits on the rear fender to create a wedge painted in white that mirrors the shape of the tailfins. Even more chrome dresses out the rocker panels while the back bumper joins the chrome of the tailfins to underline the trunk with a clean line and fancy taillight treatment. Keystone wheels complete the look quite nicely and you are sure to attract quite a bit of attention when you drive this car. Open the door and you will find a neat and clean Black interior that is extremely roomy and comfortable. This was one of the reasons these cars were so popular. You could load up with a pile of friends or family, pack the trunk full of coolers, lawn chairs or luggage and head out in style and comfort. The door panel is good looking yet simple with vertical pleats with a slash of chrome cutting below the crank for the old vent windows adding some interest. The big bench seats get the same treatment and there is a two-spoke steering wheel with a full circle chrome horn ring with a center button that has a red, white and blue bowtie and Two Ten in script. Sweet! The dash is pretty simple in black and chrome with the speedometer in the center flanked by smaller gauges. Auxiliary gauges have been added to keep accurate track of engine functions and a CB radio is mounted under the dash on the right. Open the hood and you will find a small block engine that is a descendent of the ones introduced in these Tri-fives. You may have noticed the badge on the front fenders that pays homage to the particularly potent version that was introduced in 1957 with Rochester Ram-Jet fuel injection. The one in this car is a tried and true 350 cubic inch motor with a single carb. A little bit of love could clean things up nicely with some elbow grease to polish up those nice Edelbrock finned valve covers and chrome accessories. Power flows back through a modern 4-speed manual transmission which is another upgrade that compliments the engine nicely. The rubber meets the road through 215/70R14 tires mounted on those great looking Keystone wheels. Come on down and check out this last year model of the Tri-five legacy. You might decide that it is just the car you have been looking for.
This car is the perfect marriage of old and new. Like that old wedding rhyme, something old, something new, borrowed, and blue. Something old represents continuity, in this case the Corvette legacy. Something new, the future, or in this case, current technology. Something borrowed brings good luck, and something blue represented love or purity. Borrow something, maybe a set of driving gloves, and head on down the aisle, um road, with this car. You will love it! It is the perfect marriage of old and new. Lets start with a few notes on that Corvette legacy. This car has a history traced back to the original purchase by a New York TV script writer from Rory Chevrolet in NY. Then in 1992, this car received a complete frame off restoration. The attention to detail and originality earned it high praise as well as awards from the National Corvette Restorers Society. The body of this Stingray coupe had received the expert attention of professionals who insured that all the big things as well as all the little things were right before recoating it in the original 986AA Silver Pearl paint. The factory side pipes are always an attention getter and a rare treat on any car. Like the body, they are meticulously restored and then installed properly adding to the first class look and presentation of the car. Finned aluminum knock-off wheels and gold wall tires are the icing on the cake and the whole package places this car in the cream of the crop of vintage Corvettes. Open the door and you will find a very neat and clean Black interior that breaks from originality in a couple areas, but does so with attention to detail and quality of workmanship that everyone should be able to appreciate. The door panels set the tone with thin chrome piping surrounding an upper panel containing the door lock, latch, and pull handle as well as the window crank, while a line of chrome highlights the armrest. A beefy, leather wrapped steering wheel is mounted on a chrome three-spoke hub with crossed racing flag center button. Behind it is a dash that has had updated gauges installed in the factory locations for a nice look and modern accuracy for monitoring critical engine functions as well as speed and RPM. The center console continues the stock look along with modern tech with a Retrosound radio and factory style A/C controls for the updated R134 air conditioning system. The seats are reupholstered beautifully and the shifter for a 4-speed automatic transmission hints at the upgrades to the drivetrain. Open the hood and you will find a 6.2-liter LS3 V8 motor nestled down in a neat and clean engine bay. It looks so right in there with a cold air intake feeding the factory LS3 intake that even aftermarket engine tuners admit is hard to improve upon. The installation is all first class with attention to detail that makes it look like the factory did it, and the results are that everything works right and the performance is awesome. The power it makes flows back through a 4L60 transmission which works perfectly together with the power of the new engine. The rear end remains stock but was rebuilt and refreshed with new bushings during the frame off restoration which are still like new. As part of the LS3 conversion, the front end was upgraded to rack and pinion steering which is a wonderful thing for improved handling and precision steering feel on this car. The perfect marriage of something old and something new. Come on down and check out this awesome Corvette. You may want to borrow a set of driving gloves and wear some blue socks when you do.
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Ground Up Built 3-Window Coupe Streetrod ZZ350 V8 Automatic A/C TCI Chassis /// Wrapping a traditionally clean appearance in a level of detail that requires multiple looks to fully comprehend, this incredible coupe is a choice compilation of top-notch components from some of the biggest names in the business! Professionally finished in late 2010 by Dalton, Georgias Janows Custom Rods, this Fords Rats Glass body is the kind of profile that would turn heads in primer. So, what better way to ensure sore neck muscles than adding vivid paint and traditional-style mods? Sourced directly from Chevrolet Performance, this coupes spry personality comes courtesy of a 350 cubic inch ZZ4 crate engine that twists stout 10 to 1 compression into 355 horsepower and 405 lb./ft. of torque. Behind that mill, a Holeshot 2000 converter kicks a stainless-trimmed B&M Turbo-Hydramatic 350 3-speed, which jolts a Currie 9-inch axle. That proven pumpkin pushes a full Total Cost Involved chassis, which seats spry coil-over-shocks in polished control arms. Turns are tight thanks to modern rack-and-pinion steering. Safety is greatly improved by polished calipers and body-matched drums, which make excellent use of Wilwood proportioning and modern power-assist. And at the corners of the car, polished Billet Specialties Legacys spin thick BF Goodrich T/As. Inside this awesome coupe, class is the name of the game as tasteful Charcoal leather creates a stylish complement to the cars vivid paint. A deep Glide bench is both firm and supportive. Quality Ron Francis wiring illuminates clean Classic Instruments telemetry next to modern climate control. And in front of the driver, a tilting Ididit column spins a polished Billet Specialties wheel. Is there anything better than a 2-person crowd-gatherer that barks through a big V8 and stares through one of the most recognizable automotive profiles of all time? We think not! Call, click or visit www.RKMotors.com.
World-Class Grand National Survivor 33 ACTUAL MILES 3.8L V6 Turbo Automatic A/C /// Capitalizing on the success of winning NASCARs 1981 and 82 Manufacturers Cups, Buick kicked off the Grand National legacy by introducing a specially tweaked version of their 1982 Regal. However, it wasnt long until GMs conservative luxury crew assumed the full identity of renegade performance division by slathering black paint over highly modified G-Bodies that featured unique and menacing aesthetics. Sold new by Lust Buick of Aberdeen, South Dakota, this coupe features original GM code 19U Black that highlights crisp, original sheetmetal. By 1987, the Grand Nationals stalwart turbocharged V6 was good for a newly impressive 245 horsepower and 355 lb./ft. of V8 slaying torque. Behind that raucous 6-cylinder, an original 4-speed twists power through big, 3.42 gears that offer a great combination of starting line grip and high-speed cruising ability. Factory power steering makes easy work of quick turns. Power-assisted stops are provided by a familiar combination of discs and drums. And torque meets the pavement through chromed factory wheels and original Goodyear Eagle GTs. Inside this awesome street bruiser, youll find an original Gray and Black interior thats virtually spotless. Naturally, the car is loaded with all the features youd expect, including power windows, power locks, climate control, Cruise Control and a tilt steering wheel. Grand National-specific Lear Siegler seats are a pleasant place to log some miles. Opposite those seats, factory gauges inhabit a blocky dash thats free of warps and cracks. And beneath that dash, a factory console frames an elegant factory shifter. Sinister, fast and highly desirable, this Buick is everything a classic muscle car should be! Call, click or visit www.RKMotors.com for more information.
Heres an iconic 1963 Chevrolet Impala coupe with its original 409 and a custom street machine attitude. So you have found everything youve been looking for, and the price is soooo right. An Impala with a 409 is such a legend that you instantly hear Beach Boys lyrics the moment someone tells you about the big V8 under the hood. This one even celebrates that legacy in the custom pin striping. But we love these coupes for so much more. They represented fast with class as the 63 had a full-size look and a formal hardtop roof line. The upgraded brown metallic paint gives this coupe a terrific shine, which is exactly what you need on this Chevy. After all, the bright paint goes so well with all that bright work. Wraparound chrome bumpers, a full width grille, and quad headlights with individual bezels gave this coupe a 10,000-watt first impression. The Super Sport trim meant the hallmark triple taillight package was now placed within a machine turned panel that loves to glow in the daylight. They borrowed that same style for the full-length trim strip. Add in all the correct 409 badging and SS wheel covers, and this one perfectly mixes the right vintage elements with an upgraded attitude. Inside, bucket seats and a center console give you a terrific SS feeling. The dash, carpets, and upholstery are all in a shade of brown that looks quite fashionable in modern times. But this one still feels every bit 60s right down to the button-top presentation on the seats and doors. You even have the correct accessory tissue tray. One piece that was not available in 1963, but is a welcomed addition today, is an AM/FM/cassette stereo. Its a knob-style unit that is built to look similar to the original radio, and it is an easy way to adapt for more modern music players. Its the perfect addition to this car, because theres nothing quite like rolling down all the windows and cruising a classic hardtop with your favorite tunes. Wherever you go, youre going to feel like showing off the legendary motor. Thats why they made sure the engine bay looks terrific. Smooth fender walls finished in the exterior-matching brown funnel your attention to the bright block, shining valve covers, and matching air topper with 409 callout. So youll already be filled with pride before you tell people this is the original numbers-matching motor. This one is even believed to be an actual mileage car averaging less than 670 miles annually! It inhales deeply through a four-barrel carburetor, and it exhales with a rumbling authority from the glasspack-style dual exhaust. You even have a Powerglide automatic transmission thats perfect for both easy boulevard driving and a little quarter-mile fun. Add in power brakes and the modern grip of Hankook tires, and this coupe is a true cruiser. A great total package thats built around one of the most desirable V8s ever. This is the Impala we all want, and the first one here get it. So dont delay, call today!
Youre looking at a real-deal and expertly restored 1968 Ford Mustang Shelby GT500 and it even has the paperwork to prove its legacy. So while you look over the bright paint, detailed interior, four-on-the-floor, and performance big block V8, we already know the everlasting appeal of a rare and speedy machine that has been finished to this caliber. The original generation Shelby GT500 is one of the most sought-after Mustangs around because it was never bashful about its sense of speedy style. The custom fiberglass hood, functional side scoops, spoiler rear deck lid, and the sequential taillights - it all makes an impressive statement. And with a full restoration in 2008, there was a big investment in keeping that bold style looking great. The factory-correct Candyapple Red has an amazing luster in the sunshine thanks to a professional hand laying down a modern clearcoat. The distinctive full white stripe package was laid down with the same care. So the sunlight loves to dance evenly across the crisp sheetmetal. This true GT500 gets the details right with the hood locks, snake-bitten badges (including on the gas cap,) and iconic Shelby 10-spoke alloy wheels with the correct-style Goodyear Speedway small letter tires. So yes, they really took the time to keep this one looking correct. The black bucket seat interior is clean and pristine, including the seat covers, door panels, and dash pad. Basically, this one feels factory correct right down to the folding rear seat. It wouldnt feel like a proper GT500 without features like the woodgrained three-spoke steering wheel (on a tilt-away column,) roll bar, full harnesses, and full gauge cluster, including the oil pressure and alternator readouts below the AM radio. Of course, one piece that will really impress everyone who looks inside is Carroll Shelbys signature on the dash. Under the hood is exactly what you want to see. This is Fords big 428 cubic-inch V8 borrowed from the Police Interceptor package. This is believed to be the original motor, and you can see there has been a huge investment here during the restoration. The bold blue block, hallmark fined air cleaner, matching valve covers, correct decals, and all the correct components looking so fresh make this engine bay award-worthy all on its own. Plus, the solid investment here also means this one fires up easily with a ferocious roar from the dual exhaust. But dont just hear the sound; follow its path in the undercarriage photos. There youll see more of the clean look and proper red oxide underside. The big four-barrel carburetor gives this big block serious power for the road. And they even upgraded this to a four-speed manual transmission so you get to have the ideal control over it all. Add in the sports suspension, power steering, and front disc brakes, this bright GT500 ready to take on any asphalt. An important car like this needs the right paperwork to back it up. Thats why the sale comes with the Shelby order sheet, Shelby invoice, and Marti Report. This is rarity restored with the respect it deserves, so if youre a true enthusiast, call today!
With the handsome good looks of a Chevelle and the utility of a pickup, the El Camino offers the best of both worlds: performance and practicality. This 1972 Chevrolet El Camino SS tribute has all the right features from bucket seats to a big block V8 to offer this tradition at a very desirable price. This was the final year of the third-gen El Camino. GM would be closing the book on the now-iconic symbol of Chevy muscle. So this one represents this legacy properly with all your favorite features of the Super Sport package, including the dual hood stripes, power bulge cowl hood, complete SS badging, and correct Super Sport wheels. And its all wrapped in the 1972-correct shade of Pewter Silver. But more than just this sporty personality, this generation El Camino really has style with the form-fitting chrome bumpers, nicely integrated tailgate, and plenty of bright trim surrounding the handy truck bed. The interior gets all your favorite Super Sport elements right with a nice set of bucket seats, a center console in-between, and the iconic horseshoe shifter. Plus, you get the dual-spoke SS steering wheel that gives you a clear view to the upgraded round gauge package and the helpful auxiliary readouts. This driver-oriented dash now also has the convenience of a modern AM/FM/CD stereo. Under the hood is a 402 cubic-inch V8 thats dressed to impress. Theres plenty of shine on the air topper and valve covers; the wires and hoses look fresh; and the bold block radiates from within the dark engine bay. So you know this is the kind of machine made to lift its hood wherever it parks. But beyond just appearances, this V8 was built to run. It was rebuilt about 3,000 miles ago, and so it fires up nicely as the four-barrel carburetor feeds the big block. The V8 makes a nice growl out of the dual exhaust. All this power gets to the ground through GMs sturdy TH400 three-speed automatic transmission on its way to the stout 10-bolt rear end. Taking this mean machine out for a cruise is no problem with great driving features such as power steering, power brakes w/discs up front, and the grip of BF Goodrich T/As at all four corners. This is the last of the great ones, and its offered now for quite a nice price. So dont miss this deal. Call now!
With GTO V8 power, a Corvette rear end, and full custom a/c interior, this 1940 Ford Business Coupe is an amazing slick custom classic that will captivate everyone with all its amazing details. Heres your favorite moonshiner. The extended trunks of these cars were a favorite of liquor-running outlaws. And in this case, the modern Black Cherry gives it a slick and dark presentation thats perfect for slipping through the midnight air. But more than just the cool moonshiner legacy, you want this one because it was the last year for this generation of Ford coupes. By 1941, they would carry a softer design language with a more rounded front end and less pronounced fenders. So this one celebrates its iconic design with expertly deleted bumpers so you can get a terrific full view of the sharp protruding grille and beautiful rear fenders that extend the full design. The elimination of more bright work also gives this classic a modern flair. Shaved door handles, sport mirrors, integrated brake lights, and much more really make this one a standout. But a classic like this needs some bright work. Its now reserved to highlight some of the best features of old and new like the classic teardrop headlight housings and modern Billet Specialties wheels. When you pop the remote door openers, the interior instantly shows you plenty of reminders that this custom build has comfort and quality in mind. It starts with the tan leather seating that has an armrest and individual bolstering for long-haul comfort. The headliner, carpeting, trunk, and custom door panels match this and look exceptionally fresh. The dash is equal parts comfort and performance as the wood-style inlay contains the air conditioning controls, AM/FM/CD stereo, power window controls, and a full set of classic-style VDO gauges. The shine from the banjo-style steering wheel and Lokar shifter are equal parts performance and flair. When you look under the hood, youre once again reminded of how thorough this custom build is. After all, they took the time to paint the valve covers, intake, and block the same black cherry to match the exterior. More than just stylish, youre looking at a 389 cubic-inch V8. So while most of the custom 1940 Fords retain blue oval power or get a Chevy upgrade, this one has Pontiac GTO-style muscle. Not just extra distinction, this was a powerful displacement thats upgraded further by a Holley four-barrel carburetor, Edelbrock intake, and a rumbling dual exhaust. To go with this extra power is a serious upgrade in handling. Thats thanks to a Mustang II-style independent front suspension with tubular A-arms and adjustable coilovers. In the rear youve been upgraded to a Corvette-style independent setup. Plus, you can take advantage of this superior suspension with four-wheel disc brakes and grippy Nexen performance tires. Being a performance build, youll easily cruise the streets with power steering and a TH400 three-speed automatic transmission. Plus, the aluminum radiator with electric fan means this one stays cool no matter if youre performance driving or just idling in traffic with the A/C pumping. This has the distinction, stance, features, and power you want. So you know a total package like this 40 Ford wont be available for long. Dont miss out, call today!
Stk#159 1935 Ford Coupe ALL STEEL CAR Painted a Tangelo Pearl with PPG Clear and ghost flames. This is an all steel body, 5 window coupe stretched 3, chopped 2.75, wedge sectioned from 3 in front to 0 in rear, fenders are widened 1.5. Pan caked roof, grill is raked backward, power hood tilts forward, power trunk, third brake light is flush mounted in rear of top, tinted glass, smooth running boards worked into the front fenders, Billet outside mirrors, V-Rod head lights made into special pods to mount in, tail lights are slick and they bolt to the rear fenders, flush mount windshield. Absolutely a show stopper and a winner! A very Beautiful street rod. The interior is completely custom done in a supple tan leather by Paul Atkins. Bucket seats are Lexus six-way power, custom console into the custom dash with Auto Meter gauges with silver face, Vintage A/C & Heat with Billet vent in dash, Billet emergency brake, chrome Lokar gas pedal with matching brake pad & dimmer pad, power windows, polished Ididit steering column and column drop with half wrapped steering wheel, two tone suede tan & overhead tan leather console with Alpine AM/FM/CD stereo, polished rear view mirror, custom console in leather with air ride buttons in it. Custom leather sculptured door panels that wraps around behind seats with recessed speakers, Lokar shifter in custom console. Matching carpet in tan. The trunk is power with a Billet hinge. Inside the trunk is covered in tan leather and carpet with a compartment that hides the MP3 CD changer 6-D remote, underside of trunk is covered and designed with leather. Beautiful and different. Powered by a Chevrolet 427 cubic inch engine built by Corkys Hi Performance with 430 HP. 700 R Transmission, TCI Converter. Holley Street Avenger chrome carburetor. Weiand chrome intake, chrome alternator, chrome Sanderson compressor, all brackets are Billet highly polished, highly polished valve covers, highly polished Billet water neck, chrome Cool flex hoses on top and bottom, Serpentine belt system, lines are stainless braided with polished ends, Lokar cables braided, Mallory ignition, Street & Performance HPC headers with 2 1/2 highly polished stainless steel exhaust, highly polished air cleaner, chrome A/C dryer, Vintage heat & air, Polished over flow tank, polished power steering reservoir, polished brake booster and master cylinder, electric fan, Walker radiator painted to match car, Lokar transmission stick and oil stick, power hood with chrome mechanisms, polished water pump, chrome timing chain cover. A real touch of class. The Chassis is a factory stock frame customized with front suspension Mustang II with air ride, Modular 9 Ford rear end with Four link with air ride. Wheels are 17 Polished Billet Specialties Legacy front and 18 polished Billet Specialties Legacy rear. Tires are BF Goodrich 275/40/ZR17 on front, 295/44/ZR18 on rear. The workmanship is beautiful on the underside. This car can be driven but is a very well built and solid show car. Its a national winner.