You are viewing a first-edition hardtop
with a one-off body designed by Rats Glass.
Builder Robin Retallack of the Rod Shop began
with an Alloway's specially designed chassis
to fit the Rat's Glass body.
The shop installed tubular cross members
throughout the rectangular frame rails.
From there, the door bottoms have been
modified in the front and back versus
the standard square cuts.
All of the frame welds have been
ground smooth and molded.
Even the fuel lines were all hidden inside the
frame to help enhance the smooth look.
The front and rear fenders along with the
running boards were custom made to give you
the first ever full body appearance.
Keeping with the custom theme,
the rear fenders were also "Bobbed" 6 inches
to help you see the Currie enterprises polished
rear end filled with 3.25 gears.
The removable top was fabricated to finish
the roadster look and has custom billet pieces
made by Jim Rench.
It is laid back 2 inches to give the right look.
The dash is filled with Classic Instrument's Gauges,
Painless Wiring, Lacarra,
Hidden Radio With 10 Disc CD unit,
Southern Heat, Ididit,
Krist Kustoms Seats, and then covered with
Dove Gray Leather.
Suspension consists of a 4 Bar,
Alden Coilovers, Heidt's Stainless IFS,
Polished R/P Steering, and
4 Wheel Polished Wilwood Disc Brakes.
This beautiful street rod is rolling on
17-inch front and 20-inch rear
The power plant is a stout Ford 302 SVO
Roller Cam engine with SVO Heads,
Mooneyes Valve Covers, Polished Intake,
and cooled with a Steve Long Radiator.
Shifting this power is a C-4 tranny and
the sound is coming through a
2.5 inch Stainless Steel exhaust system.
The roadster is totally done in Dynamat for sound;
to finish out the overall aesthetics of this car
is PPG Roadhouse Blue paint.
There is over $125,000 of build cost in this car
and the car has never been shown.
You get to take advantage of this new
one of a kind street rod!
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