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"Ace of Spades"

1937 Chopped Ford Hot Rod Pickup

1968 SBC Motor w/ 3 Deuces!
One of the Best Interiors Ever!
Slick as they come!  
Very Detailed!
Lots of Custom Work, Bed, Tailgate Etc.

1937 Ford Pickup Traditional styled custom hot rod built to look like something from the

Rod & Custom Little Pages of the late 1950's and early 1960's.


  • 1937 Ford pickup cab and frame
  • Clean Wisconsin title in my name
  • Chopped 4"
  • Removed drip rails
  • Side Body lines extended onto sides of firewall
  • Door windows roll up and down
  • Windshield cranks out
  • Hand fabricated bed contoured to follow the body belt line of cab.  Oak wood floor
  • Louvered rear of bed and lower side panels
  • Wheel Vintique steel rims with multi-fit bolt pattern (10 lug nuts appear on each rim). 
  • Rims, front axle, drive shaft and rear end painted in Dodge Viper Snakeskin Green.
  • Headlights - 1931 Chevrolet converted to halogen bulbs with turnsignals inside
  • Tailights - 1939 Chevrolet converted to LED's (very bright)
  • Grill - Heavily modified 1948 Anglia
  • Triangulated chrome 4-bar rear suspension with adjustable coilovers
  • Frame is Z'd 8" in rear for kickup and stretched 5" in length at the front.  Frame horns extended with spreader bar between.
  • Engine - Rebuilt 1968 SBC 307 with mild cam and new heads with hardened seats.  Heads are 1.97 intake/1.50 exhaust.
  • Custom made headers with baffles and powder coated
  • Three-2 barrel intake and carbs with progressive linkage.  However, currently set to only run on the middle carb.
  • Transmission - Rebuilt TH350 with 2200 stall torque converter and Genie shifter kit
  • Rearend - Ford 8"
  • Rear drum brakes and front disc brakes
  • 4" dropped axle with Pete & Jakes chrome hairpins
  • Polished, spun aluminum fuel tank, 11 gallon capacity
  • Flaming River Vega style steering box
  • Haywire fuse block and wiring kit
  • Diamond Back white wall tires, P255/70R15 (rear) and P155/80R15 (front)
  • Pearl white vinyl upholstery with white carpeting. 
  • Custom pinstriping  in white and two shades of green.
  • Door panels are stitched to replicate the pinstriping on the dash. 


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