The motor has plenty of shine on the headers, pulleys, alternator, Edelbrock valve covers, matching air topper, and more. So it has the right kind of hot rod flair. But as people get closer, they’ll discover a 4.6-liter engine that has the all-around driving advantage of fuel injection. Mustang II-style independent front end and a four-link rear featuring Bilstein adjustable coilovers. Add in a three-speed automatic transmission and front disc brakes, and this is truly fine driver.
Location: Mesa, Arizona, United States
See listing: fuel injected 1929 Ford hot rod (from September 1, 2020)