1940 Ford Custom Standard Coupe
All Steel Stock Body & Fenders, Black Exterior with Grey Tweed Interior, 300 HP/350 Chevy Crate Engine, 350 Turbo transmission (Heavy Duty Shift Kit), 9” Ford Differential, 350:1 Ratio (narrowed to 56”), 10” x 2” Rear Brakes, S.A.C. Rear Springs, Chassis Engineering Front & Rear Sway Bars, Heidt’s Mustang II Front Crossmember, Heidt’s Narrowed Upper & Lower Control Arms, Mustang II Manual Rack-Pinion, 11” Ford Front Brake Rotors (Granada), GM Metric Front Calipers (78 to 88), Walker Heavy Duty Cool-Mate Radiator, Vintage Air Heat/AC Unit, Compact Chevy Van Steering Column (1978), Lecarra Steering Wheel, VDO Cockpit Royale Gauges, Heinzman Electrical System, Glide Engineering Seat (sp40), C.E. Brake Booster (1” Ford MC), Tank’s Poly Gas Tank (17 gallon), 15” x 5” Solid Front Wheels with 195/60 R15 Front Tires, 15” x 7” Solid Reversed Rear Wheels with 235-70 R-15 Rear Tires, S & S Headers (HPC Coated), Edelbrock Performer Intake Manifold, Edelbrock Performer Carburetor, GM Hei Distributor (Re-curved), Custom Inner Front Fenders (Jim Meyer, Wichita), Dupont Acrylic Enamel Paint, Pitch Black. This ‘40 Coupe has been the current owner’s Street Rod personal driver for the past 20 years. It was a complete car found on a Nebraska farm before the build. It was built by Heinzman Street Rod Shop in Nebraska. A great driver with only 2,300 miles since built.