1923 Ford Roadster (Lilly Munster)
Last updated Jun 7, 2011
The car was orginally built by Mitch Cochran of Arizona Vintage Tin in AZ. The cars won several 1st place positions in the World of Wheels show circuit for best radical altered roadster.
Engine is a large journal 69 350 Chevy with a Weiland 5984 street tunnel ram topped by a couple of 4160 Holleys. Engine has a mild cam and Mallory Unilite electronic ignition. Trans is a turbo 400 connecting to a 1956 Chevy rear end.
Modified special frame by Earl Deglopper of Fast by Gas in NY. Special radiator cover came from Gene Winfields shop in Pasadina. Gene also chopped the winshield frame. The dash was cut from a 65 Pontiac Tempest and the tail assembly and rear are from a 65 Ford station Wagon.
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