Classic Customs: Arizona's Hot Rod Shop
This 1956 Chevy, is powered with a LS7 engine and 4L80E. It has an art morisson chassis, and three inch stainless steel exhaust. The paint is finished in PBG cobalt candy blue and a custom made silver to match the flake in the blue candy. The paint isnt the only thing that has custom colors, the leather was also dyed to match the candy blue.
What really sets this coupe apart from many others is what is lurking under the stock hood (with 34 handles) is the beautifully plated and polished 427 cubic inch Ford side-oiler powerplant. Sitting on top of the engine are four 48mm Weber carbs and a set of Edelbrock RPM heads. With a set of hand built headers and added a Vintage Air A/C unit with the condenser (w/electric fan) tucked under the right front fender to clean up the area behind the grille.
1926 Model T, originally built for Bob Reisner. This car was a full custom build from the frame up. It is powered by a 302 Ford engine with Webber induction, custom build chassis with Halabrand quick change rear end. One of the high lights of this car is the entire Belly Pan and fire wall are covered in engine turned stainless steel. Everything on this car is either painted, polished, or chromed.
1951 Chevy, cop car. This car has a lot of fun details, starting with the power plant is a 430 horse power LS3 4L65 transmission. This car also comes with navigation, GPS, backup camera, air condition and heat, and a 4,500 watt sound system with two twelve inch subwoofers in the trunk.

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