If you're in the market for a classic Ford hot rod, then you're going to have a hard time finding a nicer one than this. It's a with a stroked 284 ci Flathead V8. Originally hot rodded in the sixties, it was later bought and restored by classic Ford collector Michael Dingman. It's an immaculate car both inside and out, and the black and red color palette is timeless.
Engine work was done at Jack Roush's shop and features three Stromberg 97 carburetors, an Edelbrock intake manifold and aluminum headers. The exhaust headers and tailpipes are stainless steel items, fabricated in-house by Roush. Electronics have been updated to more modern standards with a 12-volt electrical system and MSD ignition. All together, it produces a healthy 203 hp through a Ford three speed transmission.
If you're going to be seen in a classic hot rod like this, you may as well dress the part. These should do nicely. Made from 100% cotton, these coveralls feature plenty of pockets, including a handy dedicated ruler pocket. They're also sized to fit over other clothes, so you can wear your tuxedo, ninja costume or whatever else you want underneath.