1933 Ford 3 Window Coupe. This car was featured inside the 2018 Sema Show in the Vintage Flatz booth . It is also featured in the January 2019 Car Kulture Deluxe magazine with a full page Vintage Flatz advertisement (page 97). The art work and graphics are truly amazing. The interior and exterior paint and body work was done by Tom Prewitt known for his work with Jesse James at West Coast Choppers and with Jesse on the television show Monster Garage. Ford Racing 5.0 Coyote engine with Cobra Jet intake and dual bore throttle body. Custom tuned by Lund Racing.(This is the same engine used in a late model Ford Mustang GT.) It starts and runs like a new car with none of the fuel odor like a typical hot rod. BBK ceramic coated headers and stainless steel exhaust. ( 500 + HP) . Performance automatic 4R70W transmission. Ford 8.8 rear end with 31 spine Moser axles and Ford Racing Trac-loc limited slip differential - 3.55 gears. It has an ultra rigid powder coated Factory Five Racing frame and hand laid 3/16” laminate composite body made with Vinyl Ester Resin. Koni coil - over shocks at all four corners. Features include Vintage Air AC - Heat and Defrost, Power Windows, Keyless door poppers and shaved suicide doors. Custom built center console with storage and usb phone charger port. Lokar shifter and throttle pedal, Rack and pinion steering, Four link rear suspension, Four wheel disc brakes, California smog exempt - titled as 2017 Special Construction. Distressed interior with stainless steel grommets for that vintage look. Riding on American Racing VF526 wheels ( one off paint from American Racing). 18” x 12” rear and 17” x 8” front with Toyo Proxes R888 tires 335/30/18 and 225/45/17. Price includes an extra set of wheels and tires and car cover. Additional photos, videos or information available upon request.
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