We all know Hot Rods are as American as baseball and apple pie.  However, it’s not everyday you come across an original, real deal hot rod that was built in the 1960’s. This traditional 1931 Ford Model A Five Window Coupe is just that car.  It’s obviously had it’s fair share of makeovers since that era, but mostly for reliability and cosmetic reasons.

This sweet little coupe has the perfect chop of 4 1/2 inches and finished off in Washington Blue paint (an original 1931 color). Of course is all steel with a boxed and “Z’d” frame.  It’s wearing a set of original GUIDE headlamps and the electrical has been converted over to 12 volt.  It’s powered by a 1964 Chevy 283 engine with triple 97 Stromberg’s with progressive linkage.  It’s backed by a 350 Turbo Transmission and Chevy rear differential with a transverse leaf spring.

It’s a fine example of a well built coupe and because of that, the car has always received the maintenance and care it deserves. The following is just a few recent upgrades to keep this beauty road worthy:
New water pump
Fuel pump
Fuel lines
New brakes
Engine and trans pan gaskets
Radial tires and tubes

This truly is one of those cars that is turn key and you won’t spend the first month troubleshooting some strange problem.  Take it down the coast for a long 100 mile drive and enjoy being transported to the 60s and Americana. As for style, well….the pictures say it all.  It was built to be a traditional Hot Rod and look period correct, mission accomplished!

 

Year

1967

Engine

283

Transmission

Saginaw 4 Speed

Body Type

Coupe

Make

Chevrolet

Model

Camaro L30/M20

Exterior Color

Rally Green

Interior Color

Black

Options

12 bolt rear end w/posi and 3.31 gears

Warranty

None

Miles

80,026

Title

Clear

For Sale By

Private Seller

Price

Contact Seller @ 949 305-4818