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1951 Ford F-1


  • Work performed by Blueprint Engines and Premier Street Rods
  • Ford 347-cid stroker
  • FAST XFI fuel injection
  • Billet Specialties air cleaner
  • Aluminum cylinder heads
  • Hypereutectic pistons
  • Edelbrock water pump
  • Billet Specialties pulleys
  • Sanderson headers
  • Magnaflow mufflers
  • Custom radiator by Any Radiator
  • Power Master alternator
  • American Autowire wiring
  • 2016 Ford AOD transmission built by Art Carr
  • TCS torque converter
  • Custom aluminum fuel cell


  • Work performed by Premier Street Rods
  • More than 100 miscellaneous modifications to sheet metal
  • Custom front splash pan
  • Customized hood
  • MAR-K bed
  • Custom roll pan with Lokar taillights
  • Lokar door handles
  • One-piece windows
  • Custom running boards
  • Delta headlights
  • PaintHouse Super Blue paint


  • 18×8.5 and 18×10 US Mags Rambler U111 wheels
  • 255/50R18 and 295/45R18 Toyo Proxes STII tires


  • Custom TCI chassis
  • Currie Enterprises rearend with 3:88 gears and Tru-Trac limited slip diff
  • Parallel rear 4-link
  • Custom TCI IFS
  • RideTech ShockWaves front and rear
  • AccuAir air management system
  • Wilwood brakes with 7-inch booster


  • Work performed by Ron Mangus Interiors
  • Glide Engineering bench seat
  • Custom dashboard
  • Billet Specialties steering wheel
  • Custom headliner and door panels
  • Dakota Digital gauges
  • Vintage Air climate control
  • AccuAir Touchpad
  • Lokar interior handles
  • Pioneer head unit and speakers
  • Optima battery

SPECIAL THANKS FROM THE OWNER: “Premier Streed Rods, AccuAir, Advanced Keys, American AutoWire, Billet Specialties, BluePrint Engines, Currie Enterprises, Dakota Digital, Delta Lighting, KSH Products, MAR-K Beds, ididit, JRD International, Lokar Performance Products, Nu-Relics, PaintHouse, Performance Rod & Custom, Precision Replacement Parts, RideTech, Ron Mangus Interiors, Sanderson Headers, Smokey Road Shop, TCI Engineering, Toyo Tires, US Mag Wheels and Vintage Air.”