This 1931 Ford Victoria is a full steel-bodied restomod that takes this Henry Ford metal and gives it a full driver-ready attitude. So check out the awesome V8, overdrive transmission, custom A/C interior, powerful stance, and upgraded chassis that all make up quite an alluring total package.
This is a true classic Murray steel body, and so even as they are transforming this car, they treated it with the respect it earned over 90+ years. You see it in the whine of the bumpers, the way .....
the doors align, and the clean look of the new cloth roof cover. And the details are nice everywhere from the goose radiator mascot to the foldable trunk carrier on the rear. So not only was the Victoria a premium Ford back in the day, but it also continues to have a nice distinction today. Part of this stand-out style is the Aurora Red and black. It's a period-correct color combination, but the metallic radiance in both colors really lets people know this is a restomod. Of course, they also knew that from the awesome stance that comes from Rocket front wheels and wide rear tires on competition-style American Racing Torq Thrust alloys. The overall impression is a quality car with some carefully crafted attitude.
The black interior shows the right mix of style and function. It starts with the modern front bucket seats. They have the kind of bolstering to give plenty of comfort, and the black leather with ostrich insert is a true master's touch. The rear bench and door panels are made to match. And everything from plush carpeting to headliner show quality was a priority in the build. This likes being a proper cruiser, and so you have some useful upgrades like the LEDs in the headliner and cold-blowing R134a air conditioning. Plus, we love the way this was built to be a better driver. For example, you have a classic look to the four-spoke steering wheel, but it now has a nicer grip and is mounted on a tilt column. And while the dash has the classic Model A-style appearance, the gauges are a well-integrated upgrade to a comprehensive AutoMeter readout package.
The engine bay is stuffed with more power than you could get in 1931. This is a later 302 cubic-inch V8 from a Fox body Mustang, and we're told it's even been stroked to 347 cubic-inches total. We also can feel this is a powerful pony motor because there are nice upgrades like aluminum heads, a Summit Racing aluminum intake, Edelbrock four-barrel carburetor, and shorty headers feeding the dual exhaust with Magnaflow mufflers. There's even a more aggressive cam to upgrade the performance and rumble. As you look underneath, you can really see how this was made to be a confident driver. The classic body is riding on a modern chassis, and it now includes tubular front A-arms, a four-link rear, QA1 coilovers, and a Currie 9-inch diff. There's also rack & pinion steering, power brakes, and Wilwood drilled & front discs. Plus, this is great for cruising near or far thanks to a four-speed automatic transmission with highway-ready overdrive.
This is the classic steel-bodied premium Ford coupe with plenty of added style and substance. So if you love to enjoy an icon to the fullest, you know you can't miss this deal. Call today!!!