The follow is in the owner’s own words describing this;
1929 Ford five window coupe custom, front end is mustang II with rack and pinion steering / disc brakes, motor is a Chevrolet 350 four bolt main with 194 202 heads full roller rocker arms, 510 duration cam, 550 carburetor, everything is all chromed out, water pump, power steering, alternator, putting out roughly 450 horse power, 210 Borg-Warner 4 speed transmission with a 10 bolt GM main rear end with four bar suspension and air shocks, frame custom built 2x4 rectangular tubing with 3/16th wall for the frame completely in metal, steering column is adjustable power windows radio/CD player / rumble seat 16 gallon poly tank so it won’t rust, electric fan on motor on thermostat so you can tune it up or tune it down whoever temperature you want to go adjust it up or down all metal no fiber glass, black prism paint, which is a multi-color paint looks black until you put it in the sunlight then, greens, yellows and reds in the metallic. Tires are 255 / 16’s on the back and front is 560/15’s.
The car is again, completely custom from ground up. There is no serial number and will be sold that way unless the buyer wishes to have Washington State issue a serial number which can be done for an extra charge. It was left this way knowing the car might be going anywhere in the world and buyer may want to have a serial number issued from the state it will be residing. A notarized statement will be going with the car showing the name of the person, the current owner, was the one that built the car.
The 70 plus photo’s shows the car well along with the video demonstrating the strong sound of the 450 horses. One must note in the photos the interior is partially done, headliner needs to be completed, however the sound deadening is complete. If you have any further questions, you may call or text Don at (509) 301-1498. If he can’t answer your questions, he will call the owner and get them answered. This is a rare car to be enjoyed by the new owner. We look forward to your inquiry.