well-done professional build. So while you'll love the flame-kissed paint and big tire look, there's also the desirability of a loaded A/C interior. This hot rod is a full custom build, and you know it the moment you lay eyes on the super glossy paint. The purple is electric-level color that has been professionally applied to show off an excellent gloss and shine. So it brings out a whole new sleekness to the Slantback silhouette. In fact, the whole body is steel that has been prepped and smoothed to look modern and sleek. You even see it in the details, like the one-piece windshield, frenched taillights, and all the handles shaved and replaced with remote poppers. The bumpers have been removed with such an expert hand that everyone will forget they ever existed. And the rear was tubbed to fit the massive rear wheels inboard so that this keeps its classic curves. Even with all this sleekness, we really know what first drew you to this car. The full custom flames are pure hot rod flair as they consume the full front end and then artfully burn down the sides. The exterior purple returns inside for accenting, but what you'll really notice about the interior is how the black takes over and delivers custom comfort. The side panels are done in a diamond-pattern leather that will remind you of a luxury car. The leather seats are finished to coordinate. And they have thoughtful details like nicely bolstered buckets up front and a rear bench with modern shoulder belts. The custom center console houses you modern Kenwood AM/FM stereo with Bluetooth, a touchscreen interface, and JL Audio speakers. And this classic even has cold-blowing air conditioning. More than just comfy, this was built to be a driver. You get a custom sports steering wheel on a tilt column, and it gives you a clear view to the crisp upgraded gauge package. The engine bay is about both style and substance. The smooth purple firewall and all those polished components mean you'll proudly lift the hood at the car shows. And at the center is a 396 cubic-inch big block V8. This is the kind of motor that was at the heart of the muscle car era, and this one is even upgraded with a Brawler four-barrel carburetor. So it makes plenty of power, and it's even supported by the right components like an HEI distributor and an aluminum radiator w/electric fan. The motor fires up with a nice aggressive tone out of the glasspack style dual exhaust. The power is fed through stout components, like a TH400 three-speed automatic transmission and Ford 9-inch rear end. And those big Mickey Thompson Sportsman rear tires make sure there's plenty of rubber to let the power meet the pavement. The undercarriage photos not only show you that the purple is on the underside of the body (another sign of a quality build) but also you have a strong chassis with the right suspension. That includes an upgraded independent front end with disc brakes and ladder bars and adjustable coilovers in the rear. You're looking at a package that's bold, powerful, and comfortable. So when you have a quality total build, you know this is the right street machine. Call now!