1937 Ford 5 Window Coupe - 50's Nostalgic Street Rod Custom was the last car built by my Dad and me. My Dad painted and hand stripped flames and script designs totally freehand. The Car is PPG Viper Yellow and NO the flames are not black, they are PPG Mysterious Metallic Green and outlined by hand in Virtual Lime. Both paints are affected in appearance by the light that is on them, the flames from a distance appear black but as you approach they transform to that Metallic Green. This car shows well and has won a lot of cruise shows and nostalgic street rod shows, she gets attention everywhere she goes and draws a crowd to look at her. She is powered by a ZZ 4 350 Corvette engine that was built up 425+ hp by Bill Mason from Bel Air MD, one of the best GM engine builders ever, he built drag, stock car and truck and tractor pull engines and is well known all over the USA. She has a Vintage Heat and Air system, Heidts 86-88 Mustang Fronts w/ power rack and pinion, a built Lockar 700R4 Tranny hooked to a big Ford 9" rear geared 373 plus heidts rear leafs. For cruising pleasure she has a Kenwood Media Stereo with a Kenwood 600 watt amp in the trunk, great sounds at a cruise in. The Interior is black with black carpeting, the dash is yellow, has tilt steering and column shift, dash lights LED's, all windows are tinted smoke grey, the cowl vent and windshield roll out is functional. This car is not for the faint of heart. She has extremely fast response, is very powerful and very fast, she handles great but this car is not one for a driver without good car handling experience. at 425 hp in a 2150 lb car that is 5.6 horsepower per pound, that is a serious power to weight ratio. She rides very well and very comfortably cruising and she gets incredible fuel mileage. This car goes to cruises, shows and special car events and is cleaned after each venture and in a climate control environment. She has 3800 miles on her since built. If you had a car painted like this in today's time it would be 40 grand or more.