THIS CAR IS LOCATED IN NORTH WOBURN, MA
This is a 1929 Ford Two Door Hi-Boy Roadster with approximately 700 miles on the odometer since the completion of her build. She is finished in Custom Orange and has a beautiful custom Beige interior. She also has a removable convertible roof sculpted in a high quality Beige Canvas. This car is stunning, she runs and drives beautifully and is a hit at every car show she attends.
This 1929 Ford Two Door Hi-Boy Roadster was custom built with her all steel body on a Pete & Jake's 32 Frame. She has a Full Hood, Stainless Steel Fuel Tank, So-Cal Speed Front End, a Lime Works Steering Column and a JVC AM/FM/CD Radio. She is powered by a 327cid V8 coupled to her 350 Turbo-Hydramatic Transmission and Ford 9" Rear End. She has oodles of Chrome, Stainless Steel and Powder Coating; overall, the fit and finish of this Roadster is second to none.
This car has been finished in a custom Orange paint and together with the bodywork are of super quality. She has hardly been used since being built, she runs and drives perfectly and is like new. Cars like this are rare and do not come along often so do not let the chance to own her pass you by. We have priced this vehicle to provide you the best deal on a car of this caliber but we urge you to act quickly if interested; she will not last long. If you need any assistance with financing please let me know.
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