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1930 Model A Sedan, Rat Rod on 2040-cars

US $13,000.00
Year:1930 Mileage:500
Location:

Belmond, Iowa, United States

Belmond, Iowa, United States

Newly Built 1930 Model A Sedan Rat Rod

 

New 350 Chevy High Compression with 3500 Stall Convertor, less than 500 miles--- motor runs great and is very fast!

350 Turbo TCI Street Stroker Tranny--- very responsive with no issues!

1982 Iroc Z Rear End with 307 gears.

Brand New Aluminum Radiator.

New Boxed Frame,  not homemade.

All wheel Disc Brakes, with brand new pads.

Coil over shocks all around.

New Cool sidepipes, these sound great and are loud.

Fuel cell in back.

Brand new fuel lines and brake lines.

All new wiring with fuse panel, car has working lights, signals, wiper, and lighted interior gages.  New horn and speedometer included but not hooked up yet.

Body chopped 3 inches, chanelled 4 inches.

Body is all steel with no rust, car is painted in black epoxy primer. Doors close nicely with no issues.

New Front Glass, no door or rear glass,  side windows are plexy.

Grey carpet, door panels and headliner.   Leather bench seat. New Tilt Steering Wheel.

Brand New Coker Classics all Around With New beauty rings and bullet lug nuts., less than 50 miles on tires.

Electric fan, kicks on at 180 degrees.

Clear Iowa Title in hand.

This car is Fast and Loud, gets tons of attention, smiles and thumbs up whenever I drive it.  Very fun to drive!

This car is priced to sell so bid to win!!!

 

 

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