You're looking at one of the coolest presentations around. This 1929 Ford is a complete custom build that has great custom rod look and a big investment in the best hardware. So keep reading, because this 700+hp bruiser only gets better.
The matte brown color feels like a tribute to the earthy rat rod culture that inspired this design, but the quality of the details reveals the true nature of this Ford. It's a custom build where five inches was cut from the top, and the whole body was expertly channeled over the frame to create an almost impossibly low profile. And while the engine is obviously the showpiece, you'll also appreciate the cool details, like the whitewall tires (even on the rear racing slicks,) yellow plexiglass windows, classic windshield overhang, and the custom graphics – including the one on the back that tell you she's Brown Sugar.
The full open roof reveals more of this car's true custom performance nature. After all, rarely do you get to see one of these machines with a competition-style cage that also includes a strong roof reinforcement. Plus, the racing buckets w/Simpson belts, quick-release steering wheel, and B&M shifter with trans brake are all about turning any piece of pavement into a dragstrip. With plenty of polished aluminum on the door panels, covering the rear, and on the dash, this feels as much like a high-flying bomber as it does a pavement-eating custom. Even the full toggle switch package reinforces the feeling. Next to that are the essential gauges. But you also might have noticed that there's a large AutoMeter Ultimate playback tach, shift light, and a transmission temp gauge all prominently in front of you. Oh yes, this one doesn't mess around!
We know you've been staring at the monster motor the whole time, and now here's all the details. It's a 505 cubic-inch V8 that's been enhanced and fortified for competition duty. It includes Brodix Racing heads, Eagle forged crank, Eagle H-beam rod, Comp Cams roller rockers/springs/pushrods, and Bullet race cam. It's topped with a massive Pro Systems 1050 CFM racing carb, Holley throttle plate, and Edelbrock Victor Jr. Air-Gap aluminum intake. The full package is said to be rated at over 700 horsepower. So you better believe those massive header-fed side pipes make a rumble that scare away lesser cars. More than just a street-eating motor, this has the right supporting components. This includes an aluminum radiator w/dual electric fans, MSD ignition, and a transmission cooler. The transmission is a strong Hughes TH400 three-speed unit with Competition Transbrake and a big 5400 RPM stall. This feeds a Currie 9-inch rear with 35-spline axles and 4.86 ratio – so it gives you confident and quick take-offs. This is one powerful build, and that means a custom chassis with a strong suspension, too.
It takes time, planning, and serious $$$$$ to produce a creation like this. Or you can save money and skip to the front of the line right now with a custom that surpasses your imagination. Call today!!!