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1931 Ford Model A Roadster in Midnight Blue over Custom Brown Leather Interior. Equipped with a Blown Ardun Flathead V8 mated to an Automatic Transmission. This phenomenal roadster underwent a complete custom build from the ground up, from one of the premier builders in the country, Roseville Rod & Custom. The car started out as a stock all-steel Model A, and was built with no expense spared. With an estimated 4,000 hours spent on the build, the quality and attention to detail of this car is truly second to none. The powerplant is a built 246ci flathead V8 with an Ardun overhead valve conversion, accompanied by an S.Co.T. Blower with dual Stromberg 'Big 97' carbs. The frame is from SoCal Speed Shop and was extensively reworked. Very rare original Edmund & Jones Type 20 headlights were restored and fitted with modern electronics. The instrument gauge cluster is an original 1929 Chandler Gauge with updated instruments. Wilwood Disc Brakes hidden underneath vintage Buick drum covers. Every single part of this car has been built with incredible attention to detail, nothing was an afterthought, from the custom grille, to the custom firewall, completely reshaped cowl to better suit the vintage Duvall windshield, the hand-made fuel tank, copper fuel lines, and the complete canvas covered electrical system. Every inch of the body has been massaged to look the way that it does. The car has won too many awards to count, noteworthy awards include; Good Guys 'Hot Rod of the Year' in 2016, Street Rodder Magazine 'Street Rod of the Year' in 2016, and SEMA 'Best in Show' award given by Ford Motor Company. The car has been featured in many magazines world wide, and earned the cover of several of them including Good Guys Gazette and Street Rodder Magazine. Comes with a very detailed book documenting the build from the very start. This one-of-a-kind Roadster is truly one of the most exceptional hot rods in the world, and it is ready for a new home. The list of details is far too long to put into this ad, Please call for more details 916-387-9997.
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Orange one is an old LA roadsters car, I believe. I remember it or one just like it) in Rod Action or Street Rodder back in the 70's
I was going to say the same thing. I believe the owner had a couple of A hot rods with 4-bangers, plus a coupe body in pieces. Something like that ????