In the world of custom car Manufacturers, Rick Dore is one of the biggest names you will find. California-based Rick’s owner Dore Kustoms worked his magic on metal mainly in the 1990s, but his Assembles are still turning into big bucks at auctions across the U.S.
This weekend Barrett-Jackson market in Scottsdale, Arizona, The Rick Dore title exists with over one vehicle, including the Golden Era 1926 Ford Model T And the Screamin’ Kat. We talked about The former in a previous post, and it is time to have a look at the latter.
The former host of the Lords of the Car Hoards of the Discovery Channel built The Screamin’ Kat, starting from a fiberglass body casing made to look Like a 1933 Ford. The body was fitted onto a custom chassis and Talented with an unlikely engine.
The custom auto designer chose a Chevrolet engine to power his hot rod. We’re talking about A V8 sourced by the bowtie carmaker, connected to a 700R4 4-speed Automated transmission.
The 1933 Ford is Praised times in specialized magazines. It blends the glowing Yellow with a White Pearl interior of the exterior. Lending a look to the interior, are just two additional Components: the four indicators as well as the steering wheel that is white.
The Screamin’ Kat was on the auction block before, such as in an Occasion, as the Majority of the time that these cars market just to make Money be pushed.
The car now sells with no reserve, Meaning whoever plans to buy it this time has the opportunity to do so Supplied they call the number throughout the Scottsdale occasion out.