1935 Ford Cabriolet Street Rod finished in Black paint with red pinstriping accents. Powered by the LS1 V8 that is paired up with a 4L60E automatic transmission with overdrive. This is an ALL STEEL build. Nicely equipped with power steering, power brakes, Ford 9" rear end, Flowmaster dual exhaust, and A/C. Riding on a Heinsman chassis, which is out of Phillips, Nebraska. Chrome and brightwork in great shape while sporting the dual horns up front, great look to this car. Fit and finish of this car is incredible, truly looks as good as it drives! Riding on the Vintique red spoke wheels with wide white wall radial tires. Custom black and red ultraleather bucket seat interior out of with automatic on the floor with matching door panels. Rumble seat in the rear has been furnished just as nice as the interior with matching red and black ultraleather bench back there. Interior was done by Weber out of Alexandria, Minnesota. The interior of this car is in excellent shape, shows it was well taken care of and seats like new. Interior also is equipped with Classic Instrument gauges, power seats, heated seats, and a tilt column. Gauges all working as they should. Antique radio installed in the dash that controls the actual radio located beneath the dash to the left of the steering wheel. Odometer reads 7,935 miles on the build and body while the drivetrain have shy of 10,000 miles. The previous owner of this car is local to our area as well. Previous owner has never put the top down on this car as to keep the top tight and well fitted. The top is a black cloth with a glass rear window and fully works as intended. Great sounding Ford Cabriolet Street Rod!
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