This is Milt's first built from scratch Hot Rod. It's based on a Brizio chassis and a Down's 1932 Victoria body. The body is chopped two and one haldf inches and sectioned two inches. The fenders have been widened two inches.
Milt and Mary's Vicky
The engine is a blown 351 Ford Windsor. The engine uses Trick Flow heads that have been ported. The supercharger is a B&M drawing through a 725 CFM Carter AFB. Power runs through a C4 tranny to an 8 3/4 rear with Lincoln Versailles disk brakes.
The frame for the Vicky is from Brizio Street rods. The front suspension is a polished stainless independent unit from TCI. The frame wheel base is 109 inches. The rims are vintage Ansens. They are 15/10 in back and 14/8 in front. Milt wishes to thank Kent Walton for providing the rims as well as grafting the rear disk brakes to the axle. All electrical and plumbing was performed by the owner.