JF Kustoms

1964 Pontiac 2+2 – Anvil

Project Quick Facts

Profile ID: 34719
Year: 1964
Make: Pontiac
Model: 2+2
Markets: Muscle Car, Performance, Pro-Touring, Rod & Custom, Supercar
Vehicle Type: American
Contact: JF Kustoms

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  • JF Kustoms - Builder, Paint & Body work, Sheet metal fabrication

Anvil is the Jadresko family's cherished heirloom and JF Kustoms most recent, most bold foray into the world of blending pro touring with supercar performance.  Powered by a 632ci Nelson Racing big block pushing 1500 pump gas horsepower (dynoed at 2500 on race gas) this thing is a street MONSTER.  Finished off with custom fab touches all over including custom metalwork in the roof, fenders, underbody, hood, trunk and so on and a full custom fiberglass aero package, this car also is hiding a tube chassis, 4 link rear end and a full roll cage hidden in the interior work.  Paint is by JF Launier and BASF's own Mike Kukura.  The Car rolls on one off Curtis speed wheels with over 50 other one off machined billet components and trim pieces including the air to air intercooler, charge pipe, engine and tranny pans, taillights, grilles and headlight trim.  This build pushed the limits of perfectionism with every panel being colour sanded right down to the inner fenders.  Carbon fiber Sparco seats and leatherwork by Lee Baxter as well as a Classic Instruments cluster make the interior an experience entirely it's own.  From the bottom of the shaved-lettering tires to the top of the flush mounted windshields this car is detailed as could be and refined in the most modern way possible.