1937 Ford Sedan 2 Door
TCI Engineering does a lot of research when developing their chassis. So I am sure this has a pretty good ride, and a steep price tag. A quality chassis could cost upwards of $20,000 to $30,000 just for a roller. This car features a Mustang II-based front suspension in stainless steel and a stout 9-inch Ford rear end. Breaking must have played a big part since this car is equipped with power assisted four-wheel disc Baer brakes.
The engine is all dressed up and ready for the show and go! Chevrolet’s ZZ4 and the Street and Performance fuel-injection system delivers enormous power! No doubt about it. The GM 700R4 four-speed overdrive automatic transmission seems to be the correct combination.
The interior compliments the paint style and performance of this flame throwing cruiser. Flames molded into the door panels and dash tie it all together with taste. The simple two-tone interior is just enough for any street rodder to enjoy. I am thinking this is at least $120,000 to build with custom paint, chassis, performance upgrades, and interior.