The Famous "Kingpin" is up for sale.

If your into to hot rods, you've just got to love this one!
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$ 75,000.00
“The Kingpin” is for sale and here is what it is, 1927 Ford Model T Coupe Clear California title, currently registered and insured to be driven on the street. to see more detailed shots look up Rod and Custom home page the car is currently being featured there!
Steel body, glass deck lid, slope chopped 9 inches, rear window opening was sectioned. Body channeled over a custom built frame. The car was painted with House of Kolor Kandy Pagan Gold over FBC Orion Silver Base and then cleared with House of Kolor. White pearl upholstered top over hand formed wood and steel base. Bronze glass. Extensive body modifications including filled rear wheel wells, filled and reworked cowl and firewall areas. Gas filler door was removed from the top of the cowl and the curved gauge pods were installed going thru the glass from the outside to the inside. Custom hand formed dash. Hand made steering column, custom hand made steering wheel with matching custom hand made shifter knob and interior door latch knobs, custom dash knobs. Custom designed white pearl and gold metal flake upholstery.
1966 Chevy 283 engine bored .060 over, forged pistons and crank, custom cam shaft, and reworked heads. 1955 Edelbroch X1 six deuce cross ram polished manifold with six Holley 94 2-barrell chromed carburetors using custom made progressive linkage. Engine is backed by a Chevy TH350 automatic transmission. Custom made brass and copper radiator with hand made chromed steel radiator hoses. Grill shell is sectioned and reworked 32 Ford steel shell with a custom made to fit Dan Fink grill. Headlights are a set of original 1935 solid brass Guide accessory “Cats-Eye” fog lamps. All air ride suspension with compressor and tank. Front air lines are run through frame. To many modifications to list.
Currently featured in September 2008 Rod & Custom Magazine. Also featured in magazines from Australia, New Zealand, and Brazil. Engine shot featured on the cover of March 2008 Good-Guys Magazine. Complete car shot featured in Good-Guys Yearbook. 2008 San Francisco Rod, Custom, and Motorcycle Show - Rick Dore’s pick for “Koolest Kreation” and Dominator Incorporated pick for “Best Engine in a Hot Rod”. Car appeared at Blackie Gejian’s invitation only Fresno Autorama displayed at the front entrance to the show. This car was built as a tribute to the “1960’s Show Rods”. This car belongs in a collection, it is a work of art.


  • shawal said....

    Really hot car!

    Like to have it one.... But the prize.... wow...

  • Goddess said....

    I'm not into hot rods (although I'm checking this blog out all the time, it seems :) ) but on this one I've gotta say .... day-um!

  • Dave

    I remember a feature on this car in a New Zealand hot rod magazine. $75,000.00 would be a worthwhile price to pay for a masterpiece like this.

  • Beamer said....

    That is one mighty tasty ride. Maybe Santa will get it for me for Christmas.

    In my dreams.


  • zyriana.com said....

    Oh she is beautiful! Wowza!

  • Blog Tactic said....

    cool ride

  • GearHeadWiki said....

    WOW...that is beautiful.

  • conversion to electric car said....

    God she is a beauty, if only money would not have been a constraint than this wuld have been mine.

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