BLOWN 383 V8, 727 TF AUTO, AGGRESSIVE LOOK/STYLING, POWERFUL/FUN TO DRIVE, COOL!
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1925 Ford C-Cab
You've seen custom-built T-style buckets before, but you haven't seen one as wild as this. Beyond the glowing paint and the dual-quad supercharged V8, this 1925 Model T C-Cab really is one of the most practical choices you'll find.
You're going to get a lot of attention in a distinct custom like this. After all, the metallic paint is so distinctive, and it's got such a large air scoop up front, you'll likely be known as the "Purple People Eater." And that's exactly the kind of color you want on a hot rod like this. If you're looking to be incognito, there are plenty of other high horsepower classics out there. These cars are for the bold, and so only the boldest paint will do. Since this is a C-Cab, there's even plenty of room on the side to create a fun custom delivery logo (maybe even a bakery pun involving "hauling buns.")
Step inside, and the interior is clean with a touch of class - this is exactly how you want a standout hot rod to look. There's custom cushy seating, durable carpeting, and the rest of the interior is covered in an attractive and premium wood. This even includes your classic T-bucket steering wheel. Plus, you get the right performance driving features, like a B&M Quarter Stick shifter and full Sentry gauge package including a large speedo and tach. But the most standout feature of the interior is the latching back hatch that has real storage room behind it. This can fit chairs, coolers, and of course, trophies. So this is the first T-bucket you've seen that can securely carry all the gear you want to the car show or tailgate party.
A motor this nice deserves to be on display for the world to see. After all, you know they spent a small fortune making sure everything either had a silver shine or blue metallic finish. But more than just flash, we love the distinction of having Mopar power in this hot rod after all, how often do you see that? While a 383 cubic-inch V8 is already plenty of power for most people, that's just the base of this street-eating package. There's a dual set of Holley four-barrel carburetors feeding the 671 BDS blower. It's a wicked power package, and everyone knows it, too, because the headers have an unfiltered connection to those growling side pipes. But a build like this also needs the right supporting components. That's why the monster V8 feeds the stout Torqueflight A727 three-speed automatic transmission, and that connects to a 10-bolt limited slip rear end. We know you have been admiring the shine of the Weld racing wheels, we also know you'll appreciate the grip of those massive 33x22.5 Mickey Thompson tires that dominate the profile. Plus, with disc brakes up front and a four-link adjustable coil over rear end, this custom hot rod is absolutely ready for the street or strip.
It's hard not to get excited about a distinct and custom hot rod with a hint of a practical side. Considering you would usually pay a lot more for this kind of massive power, it's also a great deal. So don't miss your opportunity. Call now!