Sensational 1962 Ford Thunderbird “Ultra Violet”

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“Ultra Violet” is John Lemoine’s 1962 Thunderbird built by Brandon Penserini in his shop in Napa CA, called Altissimo. He puts out some of the nicest paint around.

1962 Ford Thunderbird "Ultra Violet"
A few things about this outstanding car…

3 inch chop with 1958 Mercury roof insert, rounded hood corners, custom hood scoop, floating 1954 DeSoto grill and bars, fenders and quarters extended to eliminate rubber filler strip, custom exhaust out of tail light q’s, shaved handles and holes, all stainless modified and polished, all gaps tightened and uniform, all chrome plated by Sherm’s.

Chopped 1962 Ford Thunderbird
You’ll find the factory 390 cid V-8 with 3 / 2 barrel carburetors (all parts flaked with gold leaf accents) under the hood with the matching automatic transmission. Beautiful body and paint in House of Kolor paint system from start to finish – roof and engine color really pop.

1962 Thuderbird six packed 390 cid V8
The interior is even more impressive. Full custom interior with purple leather tuck and roll, pearl white vinyl diamond pleat, suede headliner, custom drum wrap dash insert and surround, custom carpet and stereo (6 x 9’s, 6’s and 10’s), with 2 amps.

1962 Ford Thunderbird 'Ultra Violet' interior
Upholstered wheel wells, sits on air ride suspension with shock waves up front, triangulated four-link rear, with new Accu-Air management system (sits on the ground), factory Ford Thunderbird wire wheels. TEM machine shop in Napa built the 390, ceramic coated headers, polished copper lines, all parts painted individually, rebuilt transmission.

One of a kind custom car with Air Ride management and premium sound!

1962 Ford Thunderbird 'Ultra Violet' rear end
Watch the video below as John backed out between the cinderblock houses. Man o man, what music it plays! Nothing like a chop-top with a six pack Thunderbird motor and straight pipes!!!

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