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Fresh professional build by Wild Wes Coachwerks. Twin-supercharged LS V8, 4L60E, cold A/C, fully independent suspension, 4-wheel disc brakes. Gorgeous leather interior. Test and tune miles only. Spectacular! The pros at Wild Wes Paintworks performed a long list of modifications to the Downs Fiberglass body, including radiusing all the corners, changing the angle of the firewall and smoothing it...
Fresh professional build by Wild Wes Coachwerks. Twin-supercharged LS V8, 4L60E, cold A/C, fully independent suspension, 4-wheel disc brakes. Gorgeous leather interior. Test and tune miles only. Spectacular! The pros at Wild Wes Paintworks performed a long list of modifications to the Downs Fiberglass body, including radiusing all the corners, changing the angle of the firewall and smoothing it...
The 1932 Ford Roadster Model B was originally produced from 1932-1934 to replace the Model A, boasting an all-steel body and improvements in balancing and lubrication such as moving the fuel tank to the lower rear of the car from in the cowl. After WWII, many Model Bs were altered into hot rods, and to this day it is still one of the most sought-after body styles for street rods and hot rods. B...
The 1932 Ford Roadster Model B was originally produced from 1932-1934 to replace the Model A, boasting improvements in balancing and lubrication such as moving the fuel tank to the lower rear of the car from in the cowl. After WWII, many Model Bs were altered into hot rods, and to this day it is still one of the most sought-after body styles for street rods and hot rods. This sleek black replic...
Mention the term hot rod, and most car enthusiasts immediately think of the Deuce, the 1932 Ford Roadster. While Henry Ford didn t spend much time on how his cars looked, his son Edsel had great taste and an eye for appealing vehicle design. The Deuce was the earliest collaboration between Edsel and innovative designer Eugene Gregorie. While 1932 marked the middle of the Great Depression, peopl...
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Hewitt Motor Company offered the first V8 engine back in 1907, but Ford introduced the first low-priced V8 to the masses in the 1930s. Ford s line of cars in 1937 had one major change: the Model 74 entry-level 136 cu in V8 (60 HP) in addition to its popular Model 78 221 cu inch flathead V8 (85 HP). There were several design changes as well that gave the 1937 Fords a classic, more streamlined st...
We all know how the first hot rods started back pre-WWII . . . West Coast rodders and customizers turning old Model Ts into racing machines. Hopped up, chopped down, and they were soon screaming down dirt roads, open fields and dry lake beds. It didn t take long for hot rods to turn into an automotive passion that would last through generations. And, so, we introduce to you a thrilling example ...
Hewitt Motor Company offered the first V8 engine back in 1907, but Ford introduced the first low-priced V8 to the masses in the 1930s. Ford s line of cars in 1937 had one major change: the Model 74 entry-level 136 cu in V8 (60 HP) in addition to its popular Model 78 221 cu inch flathead V8 (85 HP). There were several design changes as well that gave the 1937 Fords a classic, more streamlined st...
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