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Old 10-15-2013, 09:42 PM
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Default Radical Kustom 1941 ford

I know this is not a lot of your guys cup of tea, but I know some of you dig this stuff also. I decided to sell my 1941 ford I built it about a dozen of years ago for my dad, and he never showed the car or really finished it. So I wrapped up a few things on it and was going to show it ect.
Well I decided I want to concentrate on my hearses. So I decided im going to let it go.

It has so many kustom touches I did to it would take long to list them all. but its chopped, sectioned, shaved, widened, molded, ect. running a tuneport FI chevy small block. air, nova stub, 4 wheel discs, leather roll and pleat interior. ECT asking 27,500 obo. May trade for coach? You can email me if you want to know any more but here are a few pics of the car.
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Old 10-15-2013, 10:43 PM
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You have to see the car to really get a feel for it and its custom paint and interior.

Hot Rodding without the high prices you would need to pay to have one built.

One low ride !

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pretty sharp it looks like a artist rendition of a 41
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Old 10-16-2013, 12:28 AM
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You have to see the car to really get a feel for it and its custom paint and interior.

Hot Rodding without the high prices you would need to pay to have one built.

One low ride !

Darren
The car is 52" to the roof of the car, but 6'3" me fits in it to drive it no problem.
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Old 10-16-2013, 01:16 AM
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I'd love to have that car! All I have though is '94 Superior Cad.
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Old 10-16-2013, 08:41 AM
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Once again ROcky has showed us what an artist he is and his work exceeds most people's expectations.
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I have come to appreciate when Rocky massages his chin,things are gonna happen,great car thanks for sharing.
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Now I know what to tell people when they ask, 'what do you want for Christmas"?
Rocky, as soon as this winning lottery ticket is verified I will be in touch.
Thanks for the pictures.
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The ford is sold, looks like it is going out to Cali. Im very happy about that. That car will get so much attention on the west coast.
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Old 11-23-2013, 12:07 PM
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The ford is sold, looks like it is going out to Cali. Im very happy about that. That car will get so much attention on the west coast.
now that its sold I can save lotto money $1 at atime. bettin on the come. been spending $ 8 a week trying to get a winning ticket to buy this car. now when I feel im about to win rocky sells it. all he had to do is wait a few months more and im sure I would have won. but nooo he has to get all the money now. forgot to ask if he had a lay a way plan like at k-mart.
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