Customized 1956 Continental Mark II at SEMA!
Originally designed to be a rare and elegant classic car the Continental Mark II was produced in 1956 & 1957 to compete with the Cadillacs. Although this vehicle have been heavily modified by Scott Laitinen of SIC Chops he has managed to preserve its elegance in a way that is truly incredible and I am pretty sure the owner David Hoekstra is quite happy.
Killer paint by Dupont, crazy body mods, set on AccuAir suspension and riding on a set of 20-inch Colorado Custom rims this slick Black 1956 Continental Mark II is a true show stopper and of course got a lot of attention at SEMA 2015.
The Tuxedo style interior by Ron Mangus is totally wicked as well finished in Black & White leather with Black Onyx cufflinks, Colorado Custom steering wheel and cool gauges by Dakota Digital.
The 429 Ford Big Block motor built by John Kaase have been punched out to 520 cubic inches, it has a hemispherical Boss 9 head, 8-stack injection and produces 850 horse power.
Scottie has interviewed Noel from SIC Chops at SEMA. Check out the video. Watch, Enjoy & Share!