SWEET BUILD, FUEL INJECTED 5.0L, AOD TRANS, DAKOTA DIGITAL GAUGES, SLICK ROD!
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|Engine:||5.0 Liter V8|
1933 Ford Other
This 1933 Ford cabriolet is all about details. At first glance, it's an awesome custom fiberglass body with awesome two-tone. Then you dig a little deeper and see all the little tricks and upgrades that went into the build, including a fuel-injected 5.0 V8, fully independent suspension, and A/C interior, and that's where you'll really be impressed.
The '33 Ford is a true icon, and this one does everything right. Shaved door handles, chopped windshield, waterfall grille, and suicide doors give it a classic hot rod look. While the Rose Pearl paint changes its hue depending on the light, it always has a beautiful clearcoat finish. And the glossy black will be your favorite part of the car every time you see it reflect neon lights on a midnight cruise. Plus, the black folding roof matches so well that this looks great with the top on or off. And even the details are attention-grabbing with custom pinstriping, including the graphics on the rear quarters and the bright yellow line that divides the two main colors all around the car. You see all of this so well because there was not time to out any wear n anything in this car's less than 2,200-mile lifetime. This is a speedy custom build, and so the full fenders have an aggressive stance. They cover over the Billet Specialties alloys in the front and run seamlessly to the back where it looks like they can barely contain all the power from the taller, wider rear tires.
The showmanship continues inside where the exterior two-tone and pinstriping return, and some new custom elements are added, too. For example, the door panels have a cool flowing design so that when they are closed they provide a visual link between the black dash and gray leather bucket seats. Even the door handles and power window controls are nicely integrated. It's this kind of overall thoughtful presentation that everyone (including judges) love at car shows. But this convertible was built for much more than just to be shown off. When you open up the panel covers, you find modern conveniences such as an AM/FM/CD stereo, the automatic transmission gear selector, and controls for the ice-cold air conditioning. Even the gauges are hidden. But the moment you fire this one up, the dark panels in front of the cool chrome steering wheel begin to glow blue with the full Dakota Digital readouts.
When you open the hood, you'll discover one of the tidiest engine bays around. It starts with the unmistakable look of performance that comes from the fuel-injected Ford 5.0's intake. It's joined by the aluminum radiator, coolant pipe, and many other components to give a nice shine and reliable performance. And more than just the engine bay, this is the car you put a mirror under at the car show. All the chrome and fully painted undercarriage can win you awards all on its own. But take some time to dig deeper beyond just the appearance. For example, the custom chassis is also built for added strength. And that shiny exhaust also has performance headers and a booming set of trumpet pipes. Even the oil pan and the fluid pan for the four-speed automatic have been polished to a mirror-like shine. Up front those polished A-arms and adjustable coilovers are equal parts beautiful and functional. And the independent rear end with quad colovers is a true work of art. And we bet you've even picked up on the four-wheel disc brakes with the inboard rear ones. Oh yes, this is the ultimate package for both show AND go!
You can tell there was a ton invested in creating a uniform build like this, and there are so few miles on it, that there was hardly any time to give it any wear. So you can pay less than if you started from scratch building this dream car, and you don't have to sweat the details that's the true ultimate deal. Call today!!!