Exhaust: Sanderson Headers, 3" stainless all the way back
Other: Blower tuned by C and J engeneering
Upholstery: Ultra leather sculpted, Tan
Steering Wheel: LaCarra
Steering Column: GM
Noise & Heat Insulation: yes
A/C & Heat: Vintage heat and air
Other: cruise control, JVC stereo, power windows
Body Mods: chopped 3" rear, 31/2 front, tubbed
Paint: Porsche Guards Red, Persimmon Ghost flames
Lights: all working
Audio & Electronics
Head Unit: JVC
Blown Chevy small block, bored 30th over with wolverine cam, all aluminum 1986 Corvette posi-traction rear end and independent suspension, mustang 11 front end, rack and pinion power steering, 4 wheel disc brakes, rotors cross drilled, all aluminum drive shaft with guard, GM 700 R-4 transmission with electronic overdrive, Walker radiator, All Henry Ford steel body and fenders, ribbed top from Chevy vega station wagon, chopped 3” rear and 31/2 front, tubbed 6” each side, guards red Porsche paint with ghost flames by Kelley. Ultra leather sculpted interior JVC stereo, power windows, cruise control, Vintage heat and air, and VDO guages.
History of this Vehicle
Built in Detroit by Henry Ford, Made into a street rod by the Crossiant family, and Ray Piquette, professional street rod builders, also in Michigan. Sold unfinished to Mr. Frank Thompson, an antique car appraiser, in Florida. He finished the car, drove it for 18000 miles, and traded it for a 1959 fully restored Chevy Convertable, plus cash to Mr. Wayne Wells who worked for NASCAR in Alabama. Mr. Wells only had the car for 1 year and I bought it in 2003. I repainted it, did engine work, and have been improving it for the past 8 years. it has won over 30 car show trophies in Southern Calif. shows.
Plans for this Vehicle
I want to do another project and plan to sell the car at some point. I would consider a partial trade, but need cash to attempt another project. I have not actively attempted to sell the vehicle, but have received offers in the $55 thousand range several years ago. I have received trade offers for high dollar cars with a little cash, but not enough to do another project.