Cliff Koehler.

Having raced sports cars for many years with SCCA and vintage clubs, acquiring my 1930 Ford Model A coupe five years ago was a departure from machinery usually found in my garage. This particular car has been a hot rod for over 40 years.

The A-bone (hot rodder slang for a Model A) is powered by a supercharged 350 CI Chevy small block coupled to a TH 350 transmission. Power goes through a Ford 9" differential.

The paint is old school silver metal flake with black and red pinstriping. Seats are upholstered in red tuck and roll Naugahyde.