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1937 Ford Slantback 2 door sedan running project with the Patina Rat Rod look

1937 Ford Other RAW METAL PATINA HOT ROD ALL STEEL

Make: Ford
Model: Other
SubModel: RAW METAL PATINA HOT ROD ALL STEEL
Type: 2 door Sedan
Trim: crank out windshield
Year: 1937
Mileage: 1
Color: COAT OF MANY COLORS
Transmission: Automatic
Drive type: automatic
Interior color: Tan
Vehicle Title: Clear
Item location: Mustang, Oklahoma, United States
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This is a very cool 37 Ford that has been under construction for some time and could be enjoyed as an unfinished cruiser with a little more finishing. The car was a frame off build and has many upgrades . The engine and trans perform as they should and the lights and gauges are working . I am going to list the new pieces below that have been used during this build. GM 350 engine stock for reliability New 600 Edelbrock carb and polished intake Chrome water pump . valve covers. air breather and pulleysstock built turbo 350 transmission for reliability New Griffin aluminum radiatorNew block hugger headers Nice custom dual exhaustNew Mustang 2 rack and pinion steeringNew dual electric cooling fansNew custom built drive shaft New entire brake system front to rear with power disc up frontNew Haywire Streetrod wiring harness New custom dash instruments and dash bezelNew front and rear glass "side glass has not been purchased"I can go on and on but this will give an idea of what it takes to get one this far . The car will need interior . side glass and bumpers to be more complete but I have ran it down the road and it shifts out and runs good. I am offering the car with no reserve and though it may look unfinished it was a $17000 investment to purchase the car and take it this far. The car is 20 min Southwest of Oklahoma City on a 40 acre farm in Tuttle Oklahoma . serious buyers call or text 405-473-3204 or email thanksOn Jan-30-15 at 21:34:18 PST. seller added the following information:THIS CAR HAS A CLEAR TITLE AND CURRENT TAG . SORRY ONE PICTURE IS OF A HUMMER H1 ENGINE BAY . MY MISTAKE . THANKS FOR ALL THE NICE COMMENTS AND PHONE CALLS .