This li’l red reptile was delivered as a rolling chassis in 2002. That sleek fiberglass coachwork came in a ’Hot Red’ high luster gelcoat finish which will retain its vibrant color and beauty for decades.
It has logged less than 100 break-in miles [<160 km] since completion; it has never been registered and comes with the original Certificate of Origin from Antique and Collectibles Inc. in Buffalo, New York. Engine and transmission are newly rebuilt and all other parts are new.
1964 Ford 427FE crowned with a phalanx of Webers
The engine compartment componentry includes:
Here’s a brand-new YouTube unveiling of this Weber
bedecked 427FE idling and running: Click Here!
Note: this is an audio/video recording, so be sure to adjust your sound accordingly.
The crimson spectre
in other drivers’ RV mirrors
—In this serpent’s Cockpit—
The cockpit of this ‘Hot Red’ reptile is outfitted with:
—Coachwork, Livery, et al.—
—Chassis, Suspension, Brakes—
Serious inquiries only, please!
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