Description: You are looking at 1928 Ford Model A hot rod with a Brookville steel body. This bad boy was built by Bryan Fuller over at Fuller Hot Rods. At first glance you will notice it has a chopped top with no cover. This truck not only looks cool, but it makes you actually feel cool when you drive it. It gets its power from a Chevrolet 350 cubic inch V8 that is fueled by a 4 barrel Edelbrock carburetor that sits on a Weiand intake that is connected to an Turbo350 automatic transmission. Other features under the hood include electric cooling fan, electronic distributor, Edelbrock valve covers, and a 12 Volt system. The interior is stylish, clean and simple with bits of Red pin striping. The dash features a speedometer, tachometer, voltage, water, fuel, and oil gauges. The seat is a nicely done black leather bench seat with white stitching and an embroidered Fuller shop logo top dead center and features air craft style seat belts. The steering wheel is a simple 3-spoke design. The exterior comes in a 2-tone burgundy and black with hand painted “Fuller Hot Rod shop” logos on each door. The hood bolts on and off with the sides being exposed. The bed has a wood floor With the bedside being rhino-lined. Other exterior features include dual gas tanks, “STOP” brake lights, and dual exhaust. This truck sits on front with a dropped axle and with coil-overs in the rear for a good ride and also has an 8 inch Ford rear end. The wheels are 15 inch steel wheels that come in Black which are wrapped in 165/80/15 Kumho Power Star tires up front and 235/60/15 Performance Radial G/T in the rear and are stopped by disc brakes up front and drum in the rear. Be the lucky owner of this gem of a hotrod built by Bryan Fuller’s shop and have a one of a kind ride to show off anywhere you take it.