1933 Ford Vicky Tudor Fiberglass Street Rod Kit Chevy 350 ci Turbo Automatic
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Clairton, Pennsylvania, United States
Features and Specifications
|Engine:||355 ci Chevy|
|Drive side:||Left-hand drive|
1933 Ford Vicky Tudor1933 FORD VICKY CUSTOM STREET ROD
When the original owner had this car built in 2000 he wanted it to be special and no expense was spared to see that it was done right, including the custom artwork by Luca Paganico. The 355ci mill was built by Johnny Miller of Pittsburgh and has been rated at 375 horsepower. The build includes high compression 2.02” valve heads, roller rockers and a steel crank. A chromed Holley double-pumper carb sits on a polished PERFORMER RPM intake manifold. This setup is designed for Chevy V8's to provide maximum power and a broad torque curve for high- performance street engines to provide power like a single-plane and throttle response like a dual-plane. The exhaust features Hooker Headers into 2-stage Flowmaster 2.5” pipes with side discharge. Final drive is through a Ford 9” rear end. A Walker radiator with an electric fan keeps it all cool. The interior was done in Dove Gray leather by Michael’s Auto Trim and still looks great. The tilt steering column has a Lecarra wheel and gauges are Stewart-Warner Ford Sport gold trim units. Air-conditioning, power steering and power windows are also part of the package. The suspension was also built to a very high standard and features a Mustang II front end and 4-wheel disc brakes. The body has suicide doors and there is a 3.5" chop. The 15” Prime wheels have Modifier 60S P205/50 steel -belted Radial tires in front and P235/60 in the rear all with excellent tread remaining.There is chrome everywhere, especially underneath. We have just detailed the engine bay and the undercarriage to “show quality” and have included some recent photos underneath the vehicle to display this work. Please view our video and still photos for a comprehensive look.The most unique feature on this amazing vehicle is the artwork by world famous designer Luca Paganico. When the car was built in 2000 the fiberglass body was finished in PPG Dodge Viper Blue. Luca was then commissioned to apply the artwork. Luca was a local young artist just starting out and has gone on to attain worldwide acclaim. He is a Pittsburgher who has since relocated to Las Vegas where he has created many timeless works of art (Google him to find some wild examples on YouTube). The twin “Wizards” on the front fenders have flowing beards that sweep back to become flames at the running boards and another mural painting under the hood. The top was later two-toned in silver.When the original owner was having this car built he demanded excellence in all phases of construction as he and his wife wanted this creation to be special and they had many years of enjoyment cruising with it until health issues forced them to sell a couple of years ago. I am the third owner and as much as I appreciate this car I just do not have the time to enjoy it so I feel it should go to someone that can cruise and have fun with it.
A clear Pennsylvania special vehicle title in my name is in hand # SW82713PA ready to be transferred to the new owner. We are located in Jefferson Hills PA 15025 which is a suburb of Pittsburgh.Thanks for looking and good luck bidding! Please e-mail any questions.
1933 Ford Vicky Street Rod with Chevy Small Block - YouTube
Video will open in a new window[isdntekvideo] On Apr-30-18 at 14:19:18 PDT, seller added the following information:
Correction to carburetor description:
We inadvertently described this carburetor as a "Holley Double Pumper" but it is actually a Holley Vacuum Secondary unit, not a double pumper.