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Really Bad 1938 Ford Rat Rod Brand New Phoenix Motors 350 355 Hp 375 Torque on 2040-cars

US $29,000.00
Year:1938 Mileage:400 Color: BLACK /
 Black
Location:

Lynchburg, Virginia, United States

Lynchburg, Virginia, United States
Engine:350
Vehicle Title:Clear
Condition:

Used

VIN (Vehicle Identification Number)
: 184622883
Make: Ford
Mileage: 400
Model: Other Pickups
Exterior Color: BLACK
Year: 1938
Interior Color: Black
Trim: RATROD
Number of Cylinders: 8
Warranty: Vehicle does NOT have an existing warranty
Drive Type: AUTO

1938 FORD RATROD

NEW SPEED HUT GAUGES 
GPS SPEEDOMETER 
VINTAGE INTERIOR ALL NEW 
FRONT AXLE 6 INCH DROP 
SPEEDWAY 
63 FORD FAIR-LANE 355 GEARS 8.8 REAR END 
TURBO 350 SHIFT KIT 
BRAND SPANKING NEW PHOENIX MOTORS 350 CI 355 HP MOTOR WITH 375 TORQUE
BRAND NEW BRIDGESTONE RADIALS 
DISC BRAKES DRUM ON REAR 
4 LINK SUSPENSION 

1200 DOLLARS WORTH OF NEW TIRES LESS THAN 400 MILES OMN 

P215 75 R15 FRONT

P285 70 R15
MUD AND SNOW WITH 3 INCH WHITE WALLS 

PLEASE CALL ME WITH ANY QUESTIONS 

TOMMY
434-841-9298


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