Chevy 350 motor with Edelbrock cam & intake manifold, Edelbrock 600 CFM carburetor. Turbo 350 Transmission. Mustang II independent front suspension (Fat Man kit) with sway bar, Ford 8″ non-posi rear end 3:00 – 1, front disk & rear drum brakes. Stainless headers, dual exhaust with Blue Streak glass packs. Power steering, power brakes, power windows, power door/trunk latches. Dakota Digital instruments, Vintage Air, Painless wiring, cruise control. American Racing wheels, beautiful magenta pearl paint.
Beautiful 1949 Oldsmobile 76 Series Woody Wagon Retro-Mod
Very few original 76 Series left in the world in this beautiful condition.
Hydro-Matic original transmission
Keeping a completely stock look but tastefully adding some modern conveniences such as:
Power rack and pinion steering Power brakes with front discs, Full leather interior, Vintage air Hidden sound system, New show quality paint, All original wood restored Fat Man Front end suspension, Radial vintage look tires, 3-2brl Stromberg carbs 51 Olds 303 engine, 12 Volt system with new battery
1929 Ford model a pick-up truck Roadster, with approx. 1000 miles total. Built from an original “model A” pick up, not a car kit , no fiberglass either. The engine is a Ford 289 cubic in. with: mild cam, Edelbrock intake manifold ,Holley 650 cfm carb and electric fuel pump , engine dress up kit. Trans is a C-4 automatic, The brakes are Jaguar 4 wheel disc complete, the front suspension is Jaguar Rack and Pinion chromed and polished. The Rear end is a Jaguar Independent Rear Suspension polished and chromed. The frame has been Custom built, reinforced and powder coated gloss black, it has Dual custom gas tanks with aircraft quality gas caps. The Truck bed is lined with Pure Mahogany Hardwood and Stainless Steel retaining strips and hardware [the work done on the wood bed alone is truly amazing].
1929 Ford Model A RatRod. Built on Monster Garage. You can see this car being built on Netflix. All new except for the 1929 Ford Roadster pickup body. Titled and registered as a 1929 Ford. Built with a new GM factory crate 330 hp/380tq 350 V8; TCI Transmission, Ron Davis radiator, New Speedway frame, Ford rear with Currie axles. New Coker “dragster” street slicks. Very dependable and no vehicle anywhere gets more attention.
Custom built by The Boling Bros. Early Iron
-2speed powerglide transmission.
-56′ Ford rear end
Boling Brothers Early Iron fabricated the custom ‘rails from 2×4-inch tubing. with 2×3 where it kicks up at the rear. The front and rear split wishbones mount to the ‘rails though an opening in the channeled body- Pete & Jake’s shock absorbers ride at all four corners and drum brakes grab all four wheels. In the front. Derrek added a Super Bell dropped axle with Ford spindles. The Corvair steering box is controlled by a custom-built column. The rear axle hangs on quarter-elliptic springs.
A Chevy small-block of unknown origins, pulled from the engine bay of an operational pickup. The pickup also provided the Powerglide automatic transmission.
Body & Paint:
Body is lengthened about 4 inches with a narrowed Dodge grille. Derrek built some custom side skins to replace the missing doors. He created an upper bead along the added steel to match the rest of the body. eliminating the door openings but retaining a seam to help break up the body lines and avoid the smooth look of a fiberglass car. A single center Model A taillight is a great touch. mounted above a Model T fuel tank. which was notched to clear the rearend. Pepper Sanchez from Royale Vintage in Tulare took care of any sheetmetal flaws and painted it in deep maroon. Pinstriping by Ruben. out of Visalia. California. followed up with some clean ‘striping on the grille shell. cowl. and dash.
It’s super simple on the inside of the roadster. Derrek and any passenger settle into custom seating. built to use the floor and the rear portion of the body as the seat structure. separated by a center piece. All the stitching was handled by Chavez Upholstery in Visalia. The stock Dodge dash is painted to match the rest of the car. detailed with some additional ‘striping. and dressed up with Stewart Warner Wings gauges: speedo. water temp. and oil pressure. A wrecking yard shifter and flat four-spoke sprint car steering wheel were practical and appropriate.
The car runs and drives great. This build by The Boling Bros. that was featured in Rod n Custom magazine, could be considered as their flagship model for their shop. They still use its image on their website and t-shirts. Clean title with pink in hand. It does have oil and transmission leaks that will need to be addressed. The only reason I’m selling is to remodel my house. Asking 24,900 and willing to negotiate.