1935 Ford Coupe Hotrod
1935 Ford Coupe Hotrod
|Model||5 Window Coupe|
|Mileage Indicated||41 875 miles|
|Wheels||14 Inch front, 15 Inch back|
|Interior Colour||Black and Green|
|Exterior Colour||Green and Purple|
In car culture, the act of modifying a car is commonly referred to as “rodding,” and this is where the unique Two Tone Green and Purple Machine comes into play. This 5-window Coupe boasts a potent 350 Chevy engine beneath the hood, supported by Jaguar suspension. Enhancing its hotrod aesthetics, the car has undergone chopping, widening, and shaving. The customization isn’t confined to the exterior—inside, modern seats, a high-quality sound system, and a rapid shifter guarantee a swift escape when launching from the traffic lights. Keep an eye on this one; it’s bound to turn heads.
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