SERIOUS HOT ROD, BLOWN 350 V8 W/DUAL QUADS, NSRA CERTIFIED, AIR SUSPENSION, WOW!
With a supercharged V8, wicked stance, upgraded suspension, and an amazing two-tone throughout, this 1936 Ford 1/2-ton pickup is a custom street machine built to truly haul asphalt.
This is not a classic for the timid. After all, you can immediately tell there was a ton spent on vivid custom paintwork. This two-tone magenta and pink metallic is expertly applied across the entire truck (even the engine bay!) And as you get up close, you'll see that there are custom accents that bring texture and depth to the separation of these two colors. With a look that's both wicked and artful, there's not much need for ornamentation. So you see a lot of color matched trim and even the door handles are expertly deleted. That means the few polished pieces really command your attention, like the Billet Specialties wheels. And while you're checking out those massive rear ones, don't forget to peek under the tonneau cover of the bed. There you're going to see more work put into this for both speed and stance as this custom setup features the fuel tank in back for correct weight distribution, and the arrangement for the air ride within the carpeted bed.
While people will already be impressed with the way this one looks, you're going to love the reaction as you pop the door openers on the suicide doors. And once inside, you'll see more of the cool custom attitude. The gray of the truck bed returns on the carpeting, doors, and custom cloth seat. Plus, the exterior pink returns on the dash accompanied by custom magenta pinstriping. And there's even a cool two-tone streak in the doors. So you can tell someone spent plenty of time coordinating this interior. More than just look great, this was also setup for serious performance. You get the leather-wrapped Lecarra steering wheel, and beyond that is a full set of AutoMeter Sport-Comp gauges. Plus, down by the B&M ratchet shifter is a large Sport-Comp tach with shift light.
The power of this truck can barely be contained – that's why the grabber is sticking out of the hood! In fact, they made sure this one was ready to display with the full color-matched engine bay, and even painted the valve covers to match. But while the look of the motor could win you awards all on its own, what you'll really love is the substance behind the style. Sure, everyone will be drawn in by the polished Weiand supercharger, but this 350 cubic-inch V8 is enhanced even further with dual Edelbrock four-barrel carburetors. Plus, there's aluminum heads, MSD Blaster coil, Moroso Ultra racing wires, and a Griffin aluminum radiator. And the ceramic coated headers add even more power while also contributing to the rumble of the dual exhaust. The monster motor feeds a stout TH350 three-speed with B&M Torque converter and launch control. This sends power to the strong ladder bar rear end and massive rear rubber. Up front, you have an upgraded tubular A-arm suspension with disc brakes. And it's all adjustable on an Airmatic system, so you can dial-in the right amount of stance for street or strip.
Complete with build receipts and maintenance records, this is a seriously wicked and fully custom build. So don't let this supercharged street machine slip away. Call today!!!
- Tilt Wheel
- AM/FM Radio
- Build Receipts
- Front Disc Brakes
- Cloth Interior
- Maintenance Records
- Exterior Color
- Interior Color
- Transmission Spec
- Turbohydramatic 350
- Front Suspension
- Rear Suspension
- Front Brakes
- Rear Brakes
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