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1926 Ford Hot Rod / Rat Rod Roadster on 2040-cars

Year:1926 Mileage:200
Location:

Williamston, South Carolina, United States

Williamston, South Carolina, United States

ONE "WICKED" 1926 FORD HOT ROD / RAT ROD.THIS CAR IS A FRESH REBUILD.WE INSTALLED NEW WIRING ,BRAKES,INTERIOR,CLEANED AND COATED FRAME,DISTRESSED PAINT JOB PROTECTED BY FOUR COATS OF CLEAR,NEW SHOCKS,CUSTOM MADE PIPES,CUSTOM DASH,CUSTOM SHIFTER,FRESH 383 CHEVY STROKER WITH DUAL COMP HOLLEY CARBS ON HIGH RISE WEIND TUNNEL RAM. 500 HP RATED.RUNS ON REG GAS. THIS CAR IS READY TURN KEY AND ENJOY.THIS IS A ONE OF A KIND 1926. LOOK AT PICTURES GOOD.I DONT KNOW ACTUAL MILES OF ORIGINAL CAR BUT SINCE THE BUILD THE CAR HAS ABOUT 200 MILES ON IT GOING TO SHOWS.IF YOUR SERIOUS AND PLACE A BUILD I CAN SEND VIDEO OF THE CAR TO YOUR PHONE.THE BODY IS FIBERGLASS.I'M GOING TO PLACE A LOW RESERVE AND HOPE WE CAN SET SOMEONE UP WITH A GREAT HOT ROD READY TO ENJOY.WE THANK YOU FOR LOOKING BOOTLEGGER CHOPPERS.


On Oct-18-13 at 03:23:20 PDT, seller added the following information:

 I HAVE BEEN ASKED A LOT OF QUESTIONS ABOUT THE EXHAUST PIPES.THEY ARE HAND MADE SALT LAKE HEADERS.I WELDED A SET OF HARLEY DAVIDSON ROAD KING BAFFLES TO THE END CAP THAT CAN BE REMOVED AND WRAPPED WITH FIBERGLASS IF YOU CHOOSE TO QUIET IT DOWN.THEY HAVE A UNIQUE DEEP AGGRESSIVE TONE.YOU CAN ALSO CAP THE LARGE END OF THE HEADERS AND RUN A FULL EXHAUST SYSTEM UNDER THE CAR AND HOOK INTO THE BOTTOM OF THESE PIPE TO MEAT ANY LOCAL LAWS.TRULY A NICE SETUP .


On Oct-21-13 at 03:04:36 PDT, seller added the following information:

 Tittle 1926 car.street drivable,383 crate motor with electric fuel pump,water pump,dual fans.($8,000 in engine).low reserve-need the room in the shop.


On Oct-21-13 at 03:44:45 PDT, seller added the following information:

 This is listed in another add and I have the right to end auction early.You can call Dustin @ 864-328-7755.No trades. res. covers engine cost.

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