Lot #1004 - This one of a kind, World of Wheels top 20 winner was previously on display at the Walter P. Chrysler Museum. A truly spectacular street rod with exceptional craftsmanship and no expense spared. This was the last body produced by Frank Miller of Coach & Chassis. It may have taken four years, thousands of hours and countless dollars to produce this materpiece, but the labor of love has proven to be the "pride of the ride". Redesigning and constructing this unique 1934 Dodge cabriolet convertible has landed this car in the winners circle at numberous car shows. The body was rededsigned and sculpted with fenders being widened by 3 1/2" along with being tapered and lowered. It has Heidts front and rear suspension and rides on beautiful Boyd Coddington wheels. The Prowler Orange Metallic paint glistens and shows off the all leather interior and trunk. It has a wood laminate finished dash insert with 14k gold bezel gauges. It sports an original 1934 Dodge Brothers emblem that was refinished by an enamelist from Australia. It has a tricked out 365cid Mopar engine. One-off custom designed, produced and polished engine bracketry. The heads are Edelbrock aluminum, with Mopar manifold and valve covers and street performance headers. It has an 850DP carburetor, Walker radiaor, 4 wheel disc brakes, Flaming River rack and pinion steering, tilt column, air conditioning, power windows and Flow Master exhaust system. It has a 727 manual shift automatic transmission with a Lokar shifter.
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