The Highboys capture one of the coolest eras in custom classic cars. They stripped away the weight and found the beauty in simplicity. And this 1929 Ford Model A Highboy seems to capture that idea perfectly. After all, the full glossy white style almost seems to show off the pureness of the design. And the fiberglass body was built with sleekness in mind. Plus, this understands the other important part of this roadster scene: individual flair. There's an evolution to this car. Without it, .....
there wouldn't be personal details like the etched wind wings or the cool red and chrome wire wheels. So take some time looking over the full package because there's added beauty in a Highboy that has been allowed to evolve.
*Beautifully polished V8 sitting up front
*400 cubic-inch V8 is the largest small block the factory made
*Power upgrades like a Holley four-barrel carburetor, Weiand intake, and shorty headers
*Three-speed automatic transmission
*Glossy white body with matching frame and grille surround
*The right flair with a chrome roll hoop, frenched license plate, and etched wind wings
*Cool red and chrome wire wheels with Ford V8 logo
*Red pinstripe and red wheels coordinate with the red interior
*Nicely contoured wraparound bench seat
*Tilt steering column
*Nice extras like two hoods, two doors, and two tops
Most Highboys you see are fresh builds trying to recreate a moment in history, but this car is a bit different. It is a fiberglass car but it doesn't get accused of being part of the nouveau riche crowd. There is a long history here with an evolution of the style and even a magazine story nearly 30 years ago. So you have cleaner lines than Henry Ford steel while still getting the kind of distinct style that can only come from multiple people and multiple decades of work and care. So if you're looking for the Highboy you drive, and tell plenty of stories everywhere you arrive, this is the one. Call today!!!