The Paint: Viper Red base/coat, clear/coat over Ford steel body and fiberglass fenders
The Engine: 1962 Corvette 327/340hp, rebuilt with a hydraulic cam
The Transmission: GM Turbo 350, 3 speed automatic
The Differential: Chrome Ford 9” highway gears
White vinyl tuck and roll style seats, door panels and kick panels
1.5” Chopped all steel roof
1932 hood, radiator grill, and headlight bar
Power 4 wheel disc brakes
Full gauge cluster mounted in the traditional location
Tilt steering column
Light smoke tinted glass
Floor shifter with lighted shift quadrant
All lights work including the turn signals
Aluminum Center line type wheels with radial tires
If a Hot Rod Model A coupe is on your bucket list, and you want a nice one, you owe it to yourself to take a good look at this one! Beautiful Viper red paint that looks great everywhere you look including underneath the car!
The Coupe was finished in base/clear with some subtle unique styling ques, such as the 1.5” Chop to the all steel roof, and the smoothed in eyebrow visor above the windshield.
The strong running 327 was sourced form a 1962 Corvette, and with the exterior performance upgrades, well, this little red coupe has plenty of power on tap if and when it's necessary...Or not!
The Turbo 350 trans shifts smoothly, and the way this coupe drives down the road, well, you would be pleasantly surprised at just how well it really drives.
The Frame is of the aftermarket variety, so there's no worries of weakness there, power 4 wheel disc brakes are always a nice feature in a hot rod even on a car this small and light.
The rumble seat out back is finished to match the classic Hot Rod interior, and makes for a nice feature to take friends and family members along.
The Model A looks and sound great wherever it goes whether a cruise-in, a car show, or or just relaxing in your garage. There's an aftermarket stereo if you want to blast the tunes, or just listen to that sweet sounding exhaust rumble.
Very nice, very fun, eye catching '31 Model A Coupe!