This 1933 Ford Sedan is quite a unique machine. It has the classic lines you love. But lurking beneath the skin is some serious big block power. And with other upgrades - like air conditioning - this is an all-around fun custom that was made to be driven.
The first impression of this one is just a great classic pre-war Ford. After all, this steel body sedan keeps the correct amount of vintage style, right down to the vinyl roof, swoopy fenders, and a cool double set of suicide doors. .....
But the red wheels draw added attention to the forward-leaning stance and extra-meaty rear tires. It signals to everyone this is far more than something vintage. It is part of the speedy style that you see in the frenched license plate, custom pinstriping, and large dual exhaust tips. And the paint brings the full package together nicely where it's a classic black, but there's plenty of added metallic element to give it the added pop you want in a street machine.
When you open those suicide doors, there is quite a vintage and attractive presentation. The upholstery for the seats and door panels has that cool classic mohair kind of style. But it's hard to feel fully vintage in a 1930 car that has been upgraded with air conditioning, seat belts, and an AM/FM stereo with USB and Bluetooth. Plus, the upgraded steering wheel, tilt column, and updated Stewart Warner gauges (with a large central tach) all hint at a more powerful driver.
When you lift the butterfly hood, everyone will be amazed that big block power could fit in this classic engine bay. It's Chevy's 396/402 cubic-inch motor. More than just added displacement, this has the right powerful upgrades like a four-barrel carburetor, an Edelbrock Performer intake, a GM heavy-duty ignition box, and an Accel coil. And the Hooker headers add to the power while feeding the dual exhaust and Dynomax mufflers. This one loves to hit the streets, and the TH400 three-speed automatic transmission gives you the right balance of stout construction and smooth operation. The suspension is still set up to give you that classic pre-war Ford feeling, but they also made sure to add the right features for driving confidence. So you have front disc brakes, rear traction bars, upgraded shocks, and rack & pinion steering.
There's something special about this Ford. It's a good-looking car that never takes its vanity too seriously because this car was made to be driven. And that makes for a unique mix where it's a bit of a hot rod, a bit of a sleeper, and in total, absolutely cool. Call today!!!