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1951 Chevrolet 'Tin Woody' Station Wagon Custom Street Rod

This 1951 Chevy Tin Woody Custom Street Rod is a complete frame off restoration. Everything is new or redone. The frame is completely redone and powder coated. Nova front end and rear end. 10 bolt Posi rear end with 373 gears. Engine is a brand new crate engine 383 Stroker 425 HP. The transmission is a 700R4 Automatic. 4 Wheel power disc brakes, wheels are Budnik 17x7 FR 18x8 Rear. Interior is all leather, Rolls Royce carpet. Gauges are original but all redone. The car has around 1084 miles on it since it has been redone. It has Sirus Radio. Wood on doors is original. Wood in back is clear ash. Coca Cola ice chest in back is Battery case. Outside wood was hand painted (with a small brush) by the late “Great” Craig Clemens of Oakland CA. Unfortunately he passed away shortly after completing the car. He did lots of work for custom car builders. This Tin Woody is built right and is fun to drive. It has heat and air conditioning and is very nice to drive.

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