I've added a 1995 Chrysler Crossfire to my stable. 22,000 actual miles, six speed, flawless car. Very quick, nice handling just the way it is. I made my own ... Show morerear spoiler. Definitely needed a little flair. Added a little sparkle with some chrome aluminum rims. Sure gets noticed! Lots of new neck braces in town.
I still have one fully built 350 hp Rover engine availabe in the crate, dyno time only. Double pumper Ford on a low profile manifold. Bored, stroked Rover 4... Show more.6 crank. Hi-lift, racing rods, etc. Stage 4 Beehive heads. Race ready. 4.9L. Complete with everything, T-5 transmission, clutch, flywheel, a,uminum covers, etc.
Now I've got too many engines! Only solution is to buy another car, so..... I bought another Model A to build up just like my high school car, exc... Show moreept now I can build what I really wanted in 1961 and couldn't afford. Another Rover engine, this time a 300HP tri-carb w/ 5 speed. I ordered a 4" dropped axle, all the frame modifications, '65 Bronco posi rearend, '32 Ford grille shell, '32 Chevy hood sides, 16" wire wheels, a set of Coker WW's.....and so goes the list of goodies from yesteryear. It's expensive to be 17 years old for your whole life. But it sure is fun. Show Less