1937 Ford cabriolet with Gibbons Fiberglass body. It has state-of-the-art entertainment and comfort systems but looks vintage.
It has been stretched here, sectioned there, and lowered all around. All the trim is removed, the grille is tapered into the fenders, and there are no bumpers or door handles. Even the running boards are smooth and sleek. The car has gorgeous black-over-pearl white cream paint. Frenched '39 Ford taillights, a high-mounted brake light, and a license plate frame with integral rear-view camera. The lift-off top is finished in black Haartz canvas.
Custom leather bucket seats are very comfortable. The dashboard is full of Dakota Digital instruments in a billet panel. The billet steering wheel is wrapped in matching cream leather, as is the headliner in the custom lift-off Carson hardtop. The entertainment system has a 1200-watt Miami Audio stereo system with AM/FM/CD capability and a custom screen that includes the rear-view camera. The trunk is finished to the same standards and holds the subwoofer in a custom enclosure.
The engine is a 355 cubic inch Chevy small block V8. The engineers billet aluminum and chrome. It has a Walker aluminum radiator, Edelbrock 4-barrel carburetor, Sanderson headers, and custom stainless steel exhaust system. Mustang II style front suspension with disc brakes, heavy-duty TH400 3-speed automatic and 8-inch Ford rear end.
Everything underneath is color-matched. Weld Racing wheels. Tires are 215/45/17 on the front and 255/45/18 on the rear with Dunlop performance radials.
Expires on: 10/24/2016