The “Kopper Killer” is an all steel 1937 chevy 2 dr sedan custom gasser that has had a frame off restoration. Engine is a 1956 Desoto 330 CID Hemi, rebuilt with Hot Heads Research/racing parts, and a re-profiled Camshaft from Racer Brown in Philadelphia. It has 60 psi of oil pressure and a Egge rebuilt water pump that runs185 deg.. There’s a Pertronix Conversion kit in the original Desoto dist., Custom made log intake manifold, linkage and topped with 4 matched Rochester 2G carbs, no chokes, and it is not a sequential setup. Custom made headers with baffled side pipes. It has a 1951 Chevy front axle converted to disc brakes on Custom made leaf springs from Murphy’s in Lacrosse WI… A 1973 Pontiac station wagon 10 bolt “P” series rear axle (it has massive dia. axle Shafts) with 12 inch drums (drilled for Chevy pattern) with ladder bars and jeg’s airbags, Professionally rebuilt Posi and custom 3.55 gears from Fabcraft in Dallas TX.. A 1934 Ford car grill shell and custom hood ornament with Bonneville style holes, powder coated Chrome. Custom aluminum radiator by DCA racing in Onalaska Wi. with custom fan shroud. It has Orange tinted glass ( new glass) all around. Custom rear taillight mounting pods with new 1950 Pontiac lights. The floors and firewall is a combo of panels from Bitchin Products and stock, seat pedestals have storage with locks, the dash is a 1963 Dodge Truck narrowed 8 Inches in the center with satin black paint and pin-striping, it has a vintage Sun Super tach and a full set of working gauges. 2 speed heater fan and heater core, and 2 speed wipers. It has a Kenwood stereo with 4 speakers. 1965 Dodge car aluminum steering sector with reinforced flooring, utilizing a DOM 1″ steel thick wall tube connecting the box to the axle arm, a shortened early 60’s Pontiac steering column with a Marshal’s badge in the horn button and a billet alum drop bracket. The car is all12 volt. It has vintage Guide headlights with halogen bulbs and integrated turn signal lights, a new turn signal assembly with 4 way flashers, all the lights work in and outside. It has RCI 5 pt. racing harnesses. Custom made interior side panels, Gray, Parchment and Copper fabric to go with the gray seats, gray headliner and exterior paint. Professionally rebuilt Chevy 5 speed manual transmission with hydraulic clutch, Hot Heads Research/ Racing bell-housing adapter and aluminum flywheel with a modern Chrysler starter, and 10.5 inch Corvette/Camaro perf. Clutch. Hurst DOT radial piecrust street slicks, front rims are Rockets 15″ by 4″ with the rears from summit on 15″ by 10″ with 31″tall rubber. Has bullet lug nuts, not caps, Paint is PPG Chrysler Mango Tango in satin, with Parchment firewall, the paint is in extremely nice cond., the floors are coated in and out with Raptor bed liner (not to hide anything, I was never putting carpet in it and wanted the sound deadening effect & waterproof) from Ekern Custom’s shop in Blair Wi.. CNC alum racing Clutch and brake pedals assemblies with both master cylinders suspended under the dash, Trunk mounted dual batteries with external power shut off switch and a switchable trunk light. Custom rear nerf bumper bars powdered coated Chrome, Custom Pinstripes in and out by Bob Speltz in Whitehall WI.. The windows, doors and trunk seals are from Steele rubber products. It has a working E-brake and fire extinguisher. It has both cigarette and USB chargers. The car after it’s rebuild has about 4200 miles on it. It has a clear Wisconsin title in seller’s name. You will have to step up to a lot more money to find a cooler hotrod. I have been as accurate as possible with the description and photos and is sold as is