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yelocpe

M –72
Topeka, Kansas
United States

 
 

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yelocpe
Sep 6, 2010 at 10:08 am
The hood is hand made out of 14 gauge steel and cut with a plasma cutter
 
 
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RonT
Sep 6, 2010 at 8:13 am
That is one of the nicest Coupes I have ever seen. It has all the right stuff & a perfect combination of power & drivetrain. You should be proud. Ron T
 
 
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corvairramp
Sep 5, 2010 at 8:31 pm
love that hood , where did you buy it
 
 

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1931 Ford 5 Window Coupe (yelocpe)

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About

I finished this car in 1997. Since then I have added items and changes to add to the appearance of the car and to increase performance. This vehicle has given me many years of pleasure. I currently have just over 40,000 miles on the odometer and enjoy driving this rod to car shows in the midwest and to weekly cruise nights in Kansas.

Specs

The car is powered by a 383 Chevy motored toped with 4 Weber down draft carbs (Inglese Induction System). The power is transfered with a Turbo 350 transmission coupled to a 4:11 Ford 8 inch rearend. The Top is chopped 4 inches. The frame is an early Roadster Shop design. Wheels are Colorado Custom with a matching steering wheel.

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