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Tri-C Engineering handled the sheet-metal work, including the reshaped rear fenders and custom firewall and inner fenders. Tri- C also boxed the frame, built tubular X-Members, and installed a Total Cost involved IFS and a Currie 9- inch rear-end. The Chassis has to be stout because Dennis had big plans for under the hood which was to hold a 427 river-side oiler engine, one of the finest Ford engines ever built. Finished off by a Ferrari Red paint and steel Wheel Vintiques wheels, this Woodie gives little indication to the that went into it's construction or the power it has under the hood. A true classic for any auto lover.

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The stock two-piece hatch was converted to a single lift gate.

The Chevron shaped taillights mimic '40 Ford passenger car items carved into the wood.
Personal appointments include a modified Glide Engineering bench seat covered with Scottish leather. Vintage Air A/C, and Pioneer stereo.

A tri-C Engineering tilt column is topped with a banjo-style wheel while the dashboard is filled with VDO gauges.

"Rick Cresse and Doug Carr of Wood' N Carr wanted to push the envelope with this car, yet sill maintain the character and warmth of the woody." Dennis Said.
Wider doors and a hatchback in the rear with a 1939 top would give the car a quasi-chopped look, and the rear fenders were also re-contoured to compliment the raked rear of the car."