1933 Ford 3-Window Coupe
Why This Car Is Special
This is a well-built, clean show car that is ready to cruise. The underside was done nearly as nicely as the top and the car runs and drives great. Also, the frame is a TCI frame!
A 350 CID V8 sits between the frame rails and is upgraded with a polished aluminum intake, Edelbrock 4-barrel carburetor with electric choke, MSD coil, plug wires and ignition box and a great sounding exhaust. The engine is dressed up with chrome valve covers, air cleaner, alternator and hoses. The engine is backed by a Turbo 350 transmission and chrome pans accent the engine and trans nicely. Tubular control arms, rack and pinion steering and disc brakes provide a modern feel and also look great below the fenders. There are adjustable coil over shocks on all four corners for a nice ride and adjustability for performance and ride quality. The Ford 9″ rear end has a 4-link setup to put the power to the ground and make this car take out straight. The headers run to Flowmaster mufflers then exit through chrome tips, and it sounds fantastic.
Two tone bucket seats and custom door panels look great and are very comfortable. Power windows are a nice touch and a tilt wheel makes getting in and out easy as can be. A Sony AM/FM/CD player has been mounted under the dash and VDO gauges let you keep on eye on things under the hood. The Banjo steering wheel is in great shape and really sets off the interior of this 33 Ford. The trunk release handle is nicely tucked away behind the driver seat and is easy to reach.
A red 1932-34 Ford coupe is what most people have in mind when they think of a hot rod. This car fills those shoes nicely with Ridler 17″ chrome wheels, subtle custom graphics, suicide doors, big headlights and nice chrome exhaust tips. What a stance this car has with the chopped roof and the slight rake. It is what a street rod should be from every angle.
Palmetto, Florida, United States