1929 model A hot rod. Body made it to this chassis in the early 70s. Don't find em like this very often. Loud exhaust (open headers). 1965 283 with 6 Holley 2 bbl carbs (all are plumbed and hooked to progressive linkage. runs on center 2 until 3/4 throttle (outside 4 carbs should be de-jetted all are run at 51s right now which is too much fuel but you never get into all 6 carbs while driving)). Offenhauser intake. Walker radiator (has a small leak at top seam could use soldering but it doesn't over heat so i just left it) 73 corvette tilt and telescoping column. 73 camaro buckets. Interior is red crushed velvet. diamond stitched in the 70s. Car was stored from 1992-2014. i picked it up the end of 2014. Came from east coast. originally connecticut but i got it from new York. Since my state sucks so much. they wouldn't accept the new York title because the car is on an aftermarket frame (1st generation total performance chassis. chrome radius rods front and rear. chrome spring. chrome drop axel. chrome steering components. ford 9" rear but has gm bolt pattern) so i ended up with a reconstructed title. Proof of the paid bond paperwork will come with the title so no worries. Body has never been cut. still all nailed together appears to be from the factory. Passengers flat glass side window is cracked (cheap fix) and never seen since the window is always rolled down. starts right up and drives. Drum brake rear. no brake front (have some front brake parts that came with it but didn't see the need). Towel city white wall cheater slicks on supreme rims in the rear. 21" spokes in the front. All lights and signals work. Any questions or for additional pictures ask. Listed locally so reserve the right to take down auction early. Could maybe save you a couple bucks to buy it outright instead of thru here. Good luck.
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