1932 Ford Model A Replica
1932 Ford, full fendered, two and a half inch chopped, lowered, 3 window coupe. It's powered by a fully polished 2003 General Motors 350 C I RamJet port fuel injection engine,all electronic computer under seat. Performance sensors and wiring harness all custom. Vortex heads, ceramic coated headers with a two and a half inch ceramic coated dual exhaust system.
The transmission is an automatic / overdrive Th700r4with a genie floor shifter. The chassis is modified, boxed and powder coated Hot Rod Black.
Mild stainless upper and lower control arms with chrome coilovers operates independent front suspension system. The rear suspension is 4- link with chromed coil overs.Ford 9 inch rear end,3:50:1axle ratio. The steering is Corvette and the brakes are GM power discs up front with drum brakes in the rear assisted by a dual master cylinder and power booster. 15x5 front steel wheels and15x7rear steelies.
Baby moon hubcaps with rigid trim rings. Wide white BF Goodrich 165R15 tires up front and 235/7015 on the rear. The body is a Hardwood ceramic glass replica painted PPG Hot Rod Black with blue flames and a dropped headlight bar with King Bee lamps. The wheels are coated PPG Barn Red. The windows are automatic and factory smoke- tinted. The dash is smooth black with a So-Cal dish panel insert containing 6 vintage "Winged" Stewart Warner gauges.
AGM chromed 3-way tilt column, black leather Banjo steering wheel, a Pioneer am/ fm 6 -CD changer stereo with four interior speakers, a Vintage air/ heat/ defroster, remote door opener, a Glide custom bench with armrest and seat belts. Maroon leather tuck and roll pleats, maroon wool carpet and maroon tweed head liner with matching rear trunk upholstery. This car was built by Norman Frances Street Rods in 2003, completed in January, 2004. A blue-ribbon"Excellence Award" show car winner at the March, 2004 West Coast American National Custom Classics Car Finals in Del Mar, California.
Located in San Diego, CA
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