This '23 was acquired from a man who did not have a complete history of car, where it was built or when. What can be said about it is it's a 'screamer'. Some particulars:
It is titled in Texas as a 1923 Ford. The body is fiberglass built in Austrailia and shipped to Boyd Coddington for fitting. Steering is Pete Jackson with removable wheel. Engine is a small block Chevy 383 Stroker with high lift cam, 2 Holly double-pumpers on Edelbrock high rise, Mallory street billet power boost with 7000 rpm chip, AC7 ignition. Transmission 350 turbo
The body has a nice flame job and the finish is in great shape. Ten gallon custom tank takes the car a good distance. Interior is brushed cloth (tan) with no tears. Instrumentation all works, turn signals, undercarriage lights, AM/FM/CD player, horn.
New MT street tire on rear (old tires still in trailer and are included).
The trailer is a custom CargoCraft 14ft by 7.5 with drop rear door/ramp. This is the smallest footprint I could get and still get the car inside. It has electric brakes and electric tongue jack, interior lights. Trails really well and the car secures with good floor anchors.