Hot Rod Black 1929 Chop-Top Ford Sedan, Filled Ribbed Roof, Bruiser Bodies.com Model A Ford Fiberglass Body, titled an original 1929 Ford Sedan with a clear Texas title. The car is considered an antique and only has to be tagged every 5 years for $100.00 at local tax office. Full coverage insurance is $300 a year though “Hagerty”. Inspection is not needed for this car in the state of Texas, all you need is head and tail lights on this model year and basically that’s what this car has at the moment, it is however wired for blinkers and stoplights. Rebuilt Small block Chevy 327, double hump heads, high torque starter with a 480 lift “Ultradyne” hydraulic cam. Holley 780 carburetor with a Edelbrock intake, Lake Style headers that turn outward, this keeps the noise down when driving the open roads. Its sounds great but it’s not too loud when driving it in town. This car has a General Motors tilt steering column from a late 80’s truck, with new Auto Meter gauges. A large gas tank is also tucked under the rear with a fold down bracket that attaches the plate on the rear. It’s designed with a low Z’d 4 link coil over frame setup. The sedan has a rebuilt turbo 350 transmission, B&M shift kit installed with a column shift, vintage Weld Racing Drag Light wheels, new 255/70 15 rear tires and 165/80 15 tires up front. The Hot Rod runs on re manufactured drum brakes, from a early model straight axle Ford Econoline van setup. The straight axle front end has cut down with new kingpins installed and it runs straight down the road with no problems. The car also stays super cool on hot days in traffic with a multi core aluminum radiator with mechanical fan installed. The floor and tunnel has new carpet, new custom interior. The car was designed with no door glass, this provides the driver with a pleasant experience only found in a true Hot Rod culture from the Model “A” era. The windshield is also an original design that slides out from the bottom for a comfortable air flow. On hot days the car stays cool without the need for air conditioning but when it’s colder a leather jacket is usually all that’s needed to be comfortable. This 1929 sedan has bear claw latches in the doors for a safer experiences, considering the older latches found in the Model A’s were not considered very safe, myself I never felt good about taking my grandson in this car until I felt he was going to have a safe experience. He is three now and loves to ride in the sedan on a regular basis.
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Location: Mabank, Texas, United States