This is a 1956 Ford Coupe that has had some serious work done to it to change it into the tarmac chewing monster you see before you. The car took 3 years to restore and is street legal and very easy to drive.
The massive engine generates around 1000 horse power which is transferred through a Turbo 400 transmission and finally through a narrowed and braced Ford 9″ rear-end. The engine is a 502 generation II big block with Brodix heads, stainless steel valves, in shaft rockers, twin 960 Holley carburetors, Kuhl 851 mega-charger, MSD distributor with MSD box with the exhaust fumes are taken away through a 4.5″ Flowmaster exhaust system.
The interior of the car has electric windows with the attention to detail being followed through the the perfectly finished dashboard featuring carbon fiber inserts and Phantom Gauges. The door panels and headliner have all been finished to a high-standard using custom wool tweed fabric.