Take a 1929 Coupe and make it a model A ford Roadster. I dig the paint its a simple car that does good things
The Jimenez Brothers made it a coupester, wired it and did the fautina paint. This car is solid and will scream down the freeway all day long. The body is straight and rust free. You could paint it (and make it shine) without any body work needed.
Original no rust 1929 Sport Coupe (now coupester) titled and registered as same. Four (4) inch channel with windshield chopped (it is still set up to tilt out). 1932 Brookeville Roadster Grille shell and dash panel. Rumble lid with rumble hinges and latch. Has rust free Henry Ford hood painted to match body. Original BLC headlights. Pontiac taillights. Bearclaw latches in doors installed and work perfect. Tastefull pinstripes done by Brandon Armstrong.
CSR MFG Stage III chassis. Frame and components powder coated chassis semi black. 5″ total kick in back with coilovers. Hairpin front and four bar rear (pan hard bars for both front and rear).
Currie 9″ 3.50 ratio w/lokar emergency brake kit hooked up and working. Small Ford 5×4.5 pattern.
5″ Dropped Magnum Ibeam axle (disk brakes small Ford 5×4.5) with mono leaf front spring.
Vega box hooked to polished column and Limeworks Wheel.
Power brakes (disk front/drum rear) w/residual vales and adjustable proportioning valve.
350 SBC Roller Motor w/center bolt heads (supposed to be 1st gen Vortec). Finned valve covers and Vintage Speed 2×2 Rochester progressive set up (runs nice). Gear Drive Speed and Custom Lake Headers with baffles and turnouts (your neighbors won’t gripe).
700r4 (K code) Auto Trans rebuilt with mild shift kit and B&M 2400 stall lockup convertor. Lockup kit is wired in and works. Lokar swan neck shifter w/Lokar ebrake handle.
Speedway chopped aluminum radiator w/trans cooler. Electric fans w/sender and relay.
Currie 9″ 3.50 open diff w/custom ballanced driveline.
Rally America Gennie 16″ (wheels powder coated) w/caps front and rear. Diamond Back “Vintage Look” smothy blackwall radials (tubeless) in 750 rear and 550/600 front.
Unfinished caravan bench covered by a Mexican blanket. Finned Champion Logo’d gauge panel with classic looking Dolphin electrical gauges. Speedo is electric with analog odometer (no LCD). All guages work but speedo needs to be wired to new sender. Lights and ignition switch all work.
Plus alot more that I left out (come take a look and drive the car)
This is a very nice little rod that is basically brand spanking new from the bottom up. Runs drives, steers, and stops with no issues matter of fact it drives PERFECT! Folks love the paint but you can pick you own color and shoot it without having to do any body work. Interrior is functional as is but the end product is up to you (make it your own).
You couldn’t build this car for what we are asking for it. Car is for sale locally, so please if you are near the Cincinnati area stop by and see it, it will be worth it….NOTHING HIDDEN!
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On Nov-17-11 at 06:44:41 PST, seller added the following information:
Had a few questions about the interior and the leg room. I am 5′ 10 and can drive the car comfortably with a little bend in the knees. If you are taller all you would have to do is flip the fuel tank to the trunk area by just moving the tank supports to the trunk side. After draining the fuel it would take all of a hour to do. This will give you up to 8 more inches of leg length and that would be by far enough for 6’5 or taller driver.