Upholstery: White T&R naugahyde with red welt. Full naugahyde headliner to match.
Seats: Stock bench
Steering Wheel: Juliano's repop banjo
Steering Column: Ididit tilt shorty
Gauges: Autometer white faced
Seals & Gaskets: Bob Drake Reproductions
A/C & Heat: None. It's a hot rod not a street rod. It would just slow it down...
Body Mods: 3" top chop, filled top and cowl, hidden hinges
Paint: DuPont Chromabase/Chromaclear, 67 Mustang candyapple red
Wheels: Two sets planned: Painted steel and Halibrand Sprint
Lights: Quartz-halogen in stock headlight buckets on chopped stands. Stock taillights on chopped stands.
Audio & Electronics
Video: It's my car, not my living room.
Navigation: Two pedals, steering wheel, shifter
Security: Insured by Smith & Wesson
Lighting: Quartz halogen conversions in stock headlight buckets, stock taillights on chopped stands
History of this Vehicle
This car was a hot rod in the early 60s. She was taken off the road in ‘66. When I got her, she had a dropped axle and parallel 4 bar front and a mid-year Vette IRS. The body was all stock, very straight, and almost cancer-free.
Plans for this Vehicle
3” top chop, fill top, fill cowl, otherwise stock body. 500 bhp 383 Chevy, TH-350, dropped axle/four-bar front, bullet-proof 9” on coil-overs with a 4 bar in back. Red paint, white T&R vinyl upholstery with red welt, full vinyl headliner with red welt. Two sets of wheels planned: red solids with WWWs and Halibrand sprints with blackwalls (drag radials on back).