'51 Ford Street Rod -Nice Inside & Out - SOLD!

Nicely done inside and out! Powered by a BIG 460 with a C6 Tranny, this outstanding full custom street rod has a Fat Man front end, disks on front, beige bucket seat interior, electric fan is automatic, comes on about 190 degrees and off @ about 170 degrees (toggle switch on dash will override and turn on fan manually), auxiliary switch (push button) to open doors is under driver's side inner fender, auxiliary electric fuel pump is mounted to passenger inner fender. It is not hooked up, but hot wire and fuel hose are right there and would take minutes at most for anybody who knew what they were doing, the main Holly electric fuel pump is mounted on the fuel tank, custom door panels, power steering, power brakes and YES, A/C. All A/C parts were new as of November 2010 including new belts and hoses except the evaporator (inside unit). Trunk open switch is a push button on dash. Fuel filler is behind driver's side panel in the trunk. The Optima battery is behind the passenger side panel in the trunk where there is an on/off switch w/plus and minus posts for the battery accessible from the outside just below battery. Hood release is a pull knob below hood and above grill. When the car was built about 10 years ago, the builder used name brand parts: Fat Man, Michelin, Clarion, Billet Specialties, Flaming River, B&M and others. The notes, receipts and manuals will go to the new owner. The car was shipped to our seller by covered truck from North Carolina and had very few miles on it. It has been kept inside, only driven to a few local shows, and has won several awards. This car has "done right" written all over it from the automatic auto door locks to the automatic trunk release! Once these new statistics go up on the all the websites, it won't take long to sell this special car. Call 1-888-597-6719 or 503-855-4345

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