No, you’re not looking at a concept car. You’re looking at the first Foose Coupe to be delivered to a paying customer.
The brainchild of designer Chip Foose, the Foose Coupe loosely resembles a modified 1932 Ford roadster, but takes things to new extremes. For example, it’s powered by a 500-hp, 382-cu.in. Mopar Hemi V-8, coupled to a five-speed manual transaxle sourced from ZF.
To date, four Foose Coupes have been built (this is number four), with total production limited to only 50 examples. If you’re interested in picking up your own, expect to plunk down close to $300,000 for the hand-built hot rod.
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