This 1929 Model A Roadster is a true '50s-style retro hot-rod masterpiece. It's powered by a 1953 Mercury 8BA Flathead engine built by H&H Flatheads in La Crescenta, CA. it also features Ross Racing pistons, Scat Mercury crankshaft, Scat rods, Navarro aluminum heads, SCoT blower, dual Stromberg 97 carbs, custom headers and stainless exhaust. The all-original 1929 roadster body is still all-factory rust-free sheet metal with bare metal photo documentation. It's equipped with a Roadster Shop chassis, drilled super bell, 4" drop L-beam axle, SO-CAL Speed Shops drum-covered discs front brakes, 5-speed Tremec TKO-500 manual transmission and Winters quick-change rear-end. The car is being sold with two sets of wheels and tires: red steely wheels with bias-ply tires and Halibrand-style real knockoffs with cheater slicks, and also include the original hood. The clean simplicity of the interior is combined with a few Roadster Shop nostalgic touches. Classic Instruments rebuilt the workings and created a new face for '34 Pontiac speedometer and gauge combination dressed-up with a custom bezel and trim and mounted in the center of the dash. A matching tach is mounted in a fabricated vintage-style bracket below the dash. The Tri-C tilt steering column holds a leather-wrapped 4-spoke Sprint Car steering wheel. A custom bench seat and door panels are covered with bright red tuck 'n' roll leather. A pair of bomber-style belts maintains the retro appearance and provides safety. This car features meticulous paint and body work and a 2" chopped Haartz cloth top. It was a Goodguys Hot Rod of the Year finalist in 2011 and featured in Street Rodder Magazine. Built by The Roadster Shop of Mundelein, IL, one of the top builders in the U.S.