When this 1929 Ford showed up at Sib's Hotrods, it was a moss infested, rusty old body of a 4 door. Jim Sibley had a vision of something different. He saw it as a sinister little Sedan Delivery. Eight weeks later, it was transformed into a truly villainous delivery with plenty of attitude. Jim shortened the body 5 inches, chopped it an equal amount, and channeled it over the boxed Model A frame 3 inches to give it a low slung appearance. For power, he chose a 300 horse Small Block Chevy with triple Stromberg Carburetors and lake style headers for that early race car look and feel. Inside of this hauler is as just cool as the exterior. Some 80 board feet of cedar planks gave up their life so the occupants could cruise in style. All in all, this little 4 door became the sinister cousin of what Henry Ford built it to be over 70 years ago.