1963 1/2 Ford Falcon Sprint two door hardtop, custom in every way, it is built in a modern industrial style, nothing polished, everything brushed, exposed lug-type mounting hardware used thought out to tie everything in, from the body bolts, to bumper, headliner, console, door panels, seats all the way through.
2002 Mustang modular 4.6 over head cam Ford Racing engine with a Procharger system, inter-cooler, Bowlers electronic over drive computer shifted trans.
Flush fit glass, shaved handles, removed trim, body was a uni body but has had full Indy Car style monocoque sub floor built, with small rectangle tubing for supports and sandwiched smooth 18 gauge sheet metal top and bottom for a smooth and strong body.
All steel interior except for the two piece bolt in seats.
Huge Kicker stereo system, with two 12” subs, four sets of component speakers, and two huge amps.
Hot Rod Air Heat and Air unit.
Bonspeed 18” and 20” brushed Big Block style rims, wrapped in BFG rubber.
Tons of custom body mods, slimmed down bumpers to steal style from Mustangs and Camaros, partial roll pans front and rear, front clip molded on and inner fender and inner panels fabbed, for a totally smooth backside of all front end and engine panels.
Tubular custom front suspension, triangulated four link rear. Custom smooth shaped rod ends.
Dutchman Quickchange rear end.
Flowmaster Mufflers and full mandrel bent exhaust system, custom flanges through out.
Hot Hues by DuPont Amber extasy gold with satin charcoal hood, roof and trunk.
Bottom of body is smoothed and painted the amber color in satin.
All the chassis has has every weld dressed and body worked, and painted the amber color in base coat clear and polished for a super smooth nice look.
The chassis is a work of art with almost $50k in labor in the chassis alone. Full round tube tri-rail, with 1” cross supports, the chassis must be seen to gain a full appreciation of the work involved.
From concept to completion, we are one of America's premier custom rod shops.