1933 Ford Coupe Speedstar, registered in California as 1933 FORD.
Professionally built as follows:
ZRR 350 CI SMALL BLOCK CHEVY MOTOR, 365HP - CHROME AND STAINLESS STEEL
SANDERSON CERAMIC COATED HEADERS
700R 4-SPEED AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION
DAKOTA DIGITAL GAUGES - OIL, TEMP, FUEL, VOLTS, ODOMETER, TURN SIGNAL INDICATOR
ELECTRIC POWER DOOR OPENER, TRUNK OPEN/CLOSE, WINDOWS
HIDDEN SAFTEY DOOR POPPER
HIDDEN ELECTRICAL DISCONNECT AND JUMPER TERMINALS
RATZ GLASS BODY
ALLOWAY CUSTOM FRAME
RACK AND PINION STEERING
HEIDTS FRONT AND REAR END SUSPENSION - CHROME AND STAINLESS STEEL
WINTERS QUICK CHANGE REAR END
WILLWOOD 4 PISTON DISC BRAKES ON ALL 4'S
CHROME MASTER CYLINDER
STAINLESS STEEL EXHAUST AND MUFFLER
STAINLESS STEEL GAS AND BREAK LINES
FLAMING RIVER TILT STEERING COLUMN
CUSTOM FLAME LEATHER INTERIOR
AMERICAN 5-SPOKE 17IN FRONT TIRES, 20IN REAR TIRES
CUSTOM VIPER RED PAINT WITH YELLOW/BLUE FLAMES
RON FRANCIS ELECTRICAL WIRING
PROFESSIONALLY BUILT, SHOWROOM QUALITY
Please let me know if you have any questions regarding the components/build of this beautiful classic 1933 Ford Coupe Speedstar.
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