32 ford schoolbus
This is a one-of-a-kind, award-winning, steel body 1932 Anniversary bus which looks bad to the bone but drives like a dream It features 30 over 454 big block with a 871 Blower Show blower, two 750cfm Edelbrock carbs, 4-bolt main block, comp roller cam and rockers, steel crank, Speed Pro pistons, Air Lift Air Ride with extra air compressors and digital control, Sanderson and Flowmaster exhaust, March Serpentine system, Dynamat insulation, power steering, brakes, windows and doors, 14″ Wilwood brakes front 20×16 and rear 18×4.5, Mickey Thompson wheels with 33×22 R20LT Mickey Thompson rear tires and 26×6.00 R18LT Mickey Thompson front tires, Optima batteries, Classic Instrument gauges, Flaming River column and accessories, Hot Rod air front and rear with seven custom outlets, 7″ flamed chromed aluminum Headwinds headlights, rear LED cat’s eye taillights with chromed third brake light over rear door, SmartPark review cameras mounted in the license plate and rear view cameras used for mirrors mounted in matching side turn signal housings all connected to two monitors above the dash over head, stereo system consists of custom auto sound hidden system with 10 CD changer and kicker speaker with subs. Custom chrome plating done by Advanced Plating. The chassis is original with numerous modifications from full boxing to custom 4-bars, custom IFS front end, aluminum 20 gallon fuel tank, stainless fuel and brake lines, powdercoated black and 9″ Ford rear end housing with 370 posi-traction in a nodular case with Moser Engineering axles. Custom interior consisting of two bucket back bench seats and three bucket seats upholstered in Amond and Hot Sauce ultra-leather with Ford 75th Anniversary logo embroidery. Custom dome lights, custom Billet aluminum spears, power windows on all seven windows with both doors power with remote control, working power cowl vent, PPG Black Honda and Orange Glow Vibrance paint color on the outside of the bus with custom graphics on back door and flames in Burnt Orange on the front and sides. 2007 NSRA Louisville Nationals PPG Award winner for Outstanding Use of Color. Was invited to be displayed in the PPG booth for the 2008 Nationals. Chosen and displayed as one of the five SEMA display vehicles at the 2007 SEMA Show in Las Vegas. Numerous other awards from Goodguys, Shades of the Past and featured in several magazines.