MORE PICS COMING ONCE WEATHER IMPROVES! This is nothing short of a Hot Wheels car come to life! It's an extraordinary, open-checkbook street rod build that was recently featured in Street Rodder magazine (see all the details at: motortrend.com/features/boos-family-1931-ford-tudor) Full build details and over 330 pics are included in the sale. Pictures cannot capture the fire and brilliance of the show-quality House of Kolor "Solar Gold" metallic paint over the ALL STEEL HENRY FORD body, or the sound of the 364 cid V8 with it's Stromberg triple carburation and custom one-off shorty headers. This is a fully custom build by Jason Rock of Rock's Rod and Custom, and it took 5 years to complete. One has to walk around the car in person to capture the integrated theme of reducing holes, and the insistence on using only the best parts, fasteners, and construction techniques. One of coolest features includes a roof fully covered in black leather, with a large custom-designed removable roof section, allowing for a convertible-like experience at any time. Add to that the seamless integration of the Cyclops-like instrument cluster from a 1961 Chrysler Imperial, plus the unique seating and steering position via the custom-fabbed extra deep leather-wrapped steering wheel, and you have the makings of something every car enthusiast will envision themselves driving. The interior was truly a labor of love, completed by the renowned upholsterer Don Kite. Built entirely from scratch, he expertly created a show-worthy look using wood, black leather, and some of the most interesting pearl white diamond tufted material you will see anywhere. Modified Mustang bucket seats, custom console, Simpson racing belts, and a fully functional tilt-out windshield above the show-quality fabricated and painted dash complete the look. There is so much more to tell about this rod, from the uniquely large REO headlights to the supremely retro 16x10 ET mags and Radir wide white cheater slicks, to the one-off design of the chassis, featuring pearl-tinted '57 T-bird white paint, triangulated rear suspensiion with adjustable coilovers, and the Ford 9-inch rear with an Eaton Detroit Locker and 4.10 gears. What more could you ask for--All steel body, tri-power with a 4 speed, killer paint, and a totally one-of-a-kind interior, all combining to give you a look that will turn heads and elicit compliments and questions everywhere you take it. Don't miss this opportunity to drive something truly special, professional, and with an eye for both timeless hot rod style and tasteful choices combined into one machine. Call us now with your questions, and to find out how to bring this magazine feature car home.
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