"The Godfather." This Viper-powered 1934 Dodge Sedan is completely restyled from headlights to taillights. No panel was left untouched during the 6,000+ hour rotisserie build with over 150 body modifications. The Godfather is the winner of "The World's Ultimate Mopar Modified" for 2012. Featured in February 2013 edition of Mopar Action magazine. Received Goodguys 2012 Builder's Choice. This car is all steel. The roof has a subtle 1 ?" chop. Rear window removed and reset to match the window belt line. Hood and side panels are fully redesigned and hand fabricated. Fenders and running boards have been widened 2". Custom fabricated grille. Headlight buckets extended and frenched with reversed standoffs. Shaved door handles. The doors have been completely reengineered and fabricated to present a "picture window" of the interior when they are open, the center post is gone and the hinges are hidden. Complete custom exhaust. Flush mount fuel fill. On the inside, the dash has been inverted and re-gauged with Omega instruments and Billet Specialties steering wheel. Hand-fabricated console and bucket seats wrapped in black Mercedes leather by JS Custom Interiors. Clear acrylic floor inserts with embedded bullets and shell casings. Revolver cylinder clutch and brake pedals compliment the brass knuckle gear shift and bullet upholstery accents. Power windows complete with limo tint glass.
**TITLE READS: RECONSTRUCTED, VEHICLE HAS BEEN MATERIALLY ALTERED**