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1937 FORD WOODY WAGON

DESCRIPTION
- Metal body by Ford, an all steel Woodie
- 355 Chevrolet engine with Sanderson headers built by Arrons Machine Shop in Roseville
- 625 Demon carburetor and handmade carburetor cover
- 700R4 transmission with 2,000 stall torque converter
- Stainless steel chassis four bar A-Arms with coilovers
- Polished stainless steel brake lines and fuel lines
- Currie 9" aluminum housing with chrome axle tubs
- Wilwood 4-wheel power disc brakes
- Billet drive shaft, stainless Rock Valley gas tank
- Cowl is changed to accept suicide doors
- Front fenders are shortened 1" and all bumper holes filled
- Painted PPG Black, all nuts and bolts are polished
- Maple body made into 2-door with doors stretched 4"
- License plate hidden in rear roll pan
- Air conditioning controls, power windows, ignition, headlight switch and stereo
- Battery and amp concealed under rear seat
- 6-way power front seats that recline
- Leather suede and Black accents, all digital dash

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