For sale in our Nashville showroom is a 1933 Ford three window coupe. This 1933 Ford 3 window for sale is layered in deep gloss black paint that looks to be eight inches deep. The super straight fiberglass body of this '33 Ford 3 window for sale really shows off the lines of this iconic hot rod of the 1950's When most people think of a hot rod the 1933 Ford 3 window is what comes mind. The next thing to come to mind when thinking "hotrod" is chrome and this black beauty has just the right amount to get your attention without blinding you. So what could be better than a 1933 3 window with a Chevrolet 350 mighty mouse that is topped off with a GM performance 4 barrel intake and Edelbrock � four barrel carburetor. Lighting the fires is a GM H.E.I. distributor to keep the good times rolling without the worry of points. Backing this muscle mouse is a 700r4 four speed automatic transmission, count them four gears, 1st gear for shredding tires of course, 2nd gear so you can cruse slow with the rpm at the right level to fry the tires, 3rd gear for the highway, 4th gear so you don't have to stop at every other gas station. Dividing the power between the rear tires and holding up the back of the car is a Ford 9 inch prepped by Currie with limited slip, 31 spline axles and a 3.70:1 gear set. Ok all the right parts to make a great rod that will give you years and years of cruising pleasure and thumbs up from every cool driver that knows just what your car is all about. Take these part, bolt them to a frame that is put together by "just a hobby" top it all off with this super straight body by "Windsor Fabrication" then send it all to "Eddie's rod shop" to have them assemble the puzzle and with you end up with is more fun than the law should allow.Options for this 1933 Ford 3 window include, Air conditioning, AM/FM C/D player, Ultra Leather interior, seat belts and lots of old school cool pin striping.For more information call the Nashville showroom at 615-213-1800 or email us at email@example.com
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