|Vehicle Type:||Street Rods|
|Model Type:||2DR Coupe|
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1940 Ford deluxe coup. 305 with a nice cam, Plenty of
power/350 tranny. 4 wheel power disk brakes. Mustang 2
front suspension. QA1 coil over ladder bar rear suspension.
Hidden hitch. Back up camera. AC/Heat combo. Power seats
with lumbar support. PW, 6 speaker stereo system with
cd/Ipod connection, 12 inch sub with amp. DVD players
mounted on seat backs. Shelf in rear for car seats with new
seat belts. New shoulder seat belts installed in front. New
$100.00 sending unit in 14 gal fuel tank with new gage. Brand
new installed Power wipers with Bob Drake wiper towers,
Aluminum radiator. Street rod. Drive it anywhere. Lokar
shifter, Torque thrust wheels. rear tires are 295/50 15 and
fronts are NEW 185/60 14. I also have a 700r4 tranny that
comes with the car and a LT1. New under floor master
starter. Headers. This is a drivable street rod. I use it as a
daily driver hence the car seats in the back. This is a great
dependable car and a lot of fun to drive. It is not a perfect
show car but could be. We do take it to shows but we enjoy
driving it more than looking at it. This car is worth way more
than what I am asking for it. Hop in and drive it home
anywhere. Serious buyers only please. Will trade for 1934
Chevy 2 door sedan, 1947-1948 Chevy 2door coupe.
Thanks. 210-861-2728 Bill
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