1934 Chevrolet Phantom  Sedan

ENGINE: Fully Polished Aluminum ZL1  502 Cu. inch
PISTONS: Speed Pro Flat Top
HEADS: Fully Polished Aluminum HP Heads
CAM: Comp Cams Roller Lifter
ROCKERS: Comp Cams Roller Rocker
VALVE COVERS: Custom Fabrication
WATER PUMP: Meziere Billet Water Pumps
INTAKE MANIFOLD: Specially Machined Hilborn
INDUCTION: Hand Fabricated EFI by Jim Foley, Reno, Nv.
STARTER:  Chrome by Powermaster Motorsports
ALTERNATOR: Chrome 140 AMP by Powermaster Motorsports
HEADERS: Sanderson Ceramic Coated
EXHAUST: 2 ½” Hand Fabricated Ceramic Coated
MUFFLERS: Flowmaster Exhaust Technology
ENGINE SEALANT: Zoops Products
TRANSMISSION: Fully Polished, Special Prepared GM Turbo 350
TORQUE CONVERTER: 3500 Stall Speed B&M Super Holeshot
DRIVE SHAFT: Chrome by Economy Tool & Machine
FLUIDS: Royal Purple Oil
CHASSIS & FRAME: Hand Fabricated by Alloways Hot Rod Shop
WHEEL BASE: 116 inches
REAR END: Winters Fully Polished Quick Change Independent
RATIO: 3.84 positrac 
REAR SUSPENSION: Zipper Components with Viper Coil Overs
FRONT SUSPENSION: Heidts Custom Built Stainless Steel with extended A arms
BRAKES: Wilwood with 13” diameter w/6 piston calipers
STEERING: Sweet Manufacturing Close Ratio Billet Rack and Pinion
STEERING COMPONENTS: Polished Stainless Borgeson Universal Co.
STEERING COLUMN: Ididit Tilt/Telescopic
FUEL CELL: Tanks, Inc. 15 gallon
BATTERY: Optima Batteries
WHEELS AND TIRES: WHEELS MAKE AND SIZE: Specially made one-off   Size 19x8 front - 24x10 rear
FRONT TIRE MAKE AND SIZE: BF Goodrich  215 - 35 - 19
REAR TIRE MAKE AND SIZE: BF Goodrich  305 - 35 – 24
BODY: 1934 Chevrolet Phantom Sedan
DESIGN AND RENDERINGS: Jason Rushforth Performance Design
BODY MODS: Hand built front end/extensive rear end modifications: Rutterz Rodz
GRILLE SHELL: Hand Fabricated
GRILLE INSERT: Jim Rench, Hot Rod Stuff
TAILLIGHTS: Custom Fabricated
LED FASTENERS: ARP Fasteners - polished stainless steel, indexed through out car
WIRING: Painless Wiring
STEERING WHEEL: One-off Custom machined by Carriage Works, Inc.
DASH: One-off by Curt Cunningham of Carriage Works, Inc.
GAUGES: Specially Manufactured Classic Gauges
PAINTER: Mike Rutter, Rutterz Rodz, Bristol, Tennessee
PAINT TYPE: Hot Hues by Dupont – Blackened, Scarlet Fever, Shamrock
MIRRORS: Hidden Rear Camera w/ DVD Display 
INTERIOR: Paul Atkins, Atkins Interiors, Cullman, Alabama
BATTERY: Optima 
STEREO: Elite Audio, Kalispell, Montana
COMPONENTS: Eclipse Deck and Amps/Utopia Speakers and Subwoofers
CAR COVER: Covercraft 


ELECTRONIC SHUTOFF:  The car incorporates an electronic electrical shutoff which has two functions.  It obviously kills the entire electrical system, but the electronic shutoff also has a second position which incorporates the use of diodes and allows a 12-volt electrical source to be infused into the car so as to permit operation of headlights, turn signals, interior lights, license plate tag, and a DVD showing a rear view panorama.

EXTERNAL CHARGING CAPABILITIES:  There are also hidden terminals to allow the battery to be charged or maintained from the exterior of the car without having to actually access the battery.

ELECTRONIC DOORS, WINDOWS, AND LICENSE TAG:  There is a multifunction FOB which allows opening of the driver’s door and passenger’s door, operation of driver’s and passenger’s windows, and the raising and lowering of the license plate, all from outside of the car.

SAFETY FEATURES:  There are no external or internal door openers, and the doors are opened from the inside of the car by touching a small electronic button on the passenger’s side for the passenger door and on the driver’s side for the driver’s door.  Since the doors are suicide doors, these electronic openers are electronically disabled when the engine is started, providing an additional safety factor so as to absolutely protect against the unintentional opening of the doors while the car is in motion.

TURN SIGNAL INDICATORS:   The front turn signals have been incorporated into the lens of the headlights and the rear turn signals are sequential in the taillight.

REAR VIEW:  In addition, to preserve the clean lines of the car, a camera was hidden in the rear of the chassis, which displays a full panorama rear view on a DVD screen in the console of the car.  This enables the driver to see and know what is behind the vehicle at all times.