Dubbed the "Triple Nickel," Tim Allen's '55 Ford was built by Moal Coachbuilders in Oakland, California. As this car is being built to be driven, it's based on an Art Morrison chassis fitted with a supercharged 5.4L Ford engine from one of the 4,038 GTs that were built. Depending on its configuration, the engine has the potential to produce 600-850 horsepower, all of which will be transferred to an automatic transmission from a Lightening pickup. A number of modifications have been made to the exterior of the '55. A Thunderbird-style scoop was added to the hood, the headlights have been frenched, and screened cold-air vents replace the original parking/turn signal lights. The stealthy look is enhanced by fat rubber on steel wheels with dog dish hubcaps. To go along with the hood scoop, the Thunderbird theme continues inside the car with the basic interior design and the addition of a T-bird dash.