Lovers of the Hot Rods, surely, they will appreciate Loose Change, built a decade ago on the basis of a truck 1932 Ford. The vehicle stands out for its rust, but also for the incredible attention to detail, creativity and style.
Has a 8-liter Chevrolet V6.5 engine with Rochester triple carburettors that is mated to a Tremec TKO five-speed manual transmission. Its power is funneled to a Halibrand Champ Car rear end.
El pop-out windshield allows passengers to experience a greater sense of speed. One of the few polished parts is the fuel tank which is located in the rear sector in the middle of the two huge rear wheels. A 1932 Texas license plate also stands out in the back sector.
Its interior matches the exterior appearance. The seats are metal with hand-woven wool cushions and leather headrests. The transmission tunnel and doors show the same weathered look, while the dash is covered in matching leather and bolted to the torpedo (pennies were used as washers).
Loose Change, which owes its name to a song by Neil Young, was sold at auction by its original owner for 38.000 dollars.
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