500 HP 302 Cobra engine Custom leather interior Kenwood stereo 1933
FORD ROADSTER CUSTOM. This was professionally built by John Barbero
Engineering and Fabricating Company in Washington State. Has clean
lines inside and out, with custom light grey interior and beautiful
Crimson Red paint job. Features suicide doors with shaved handles,
custom hand made brushed aluminum windshield frame, one of a kind
brushed aluminum custom steering wheel and a custom built brushed
aluminum grill. The Kenwood stereo is hidden under the dash that
drops down to set and operate it with the flip of a switch and
includes speakers that are built in to the seats, also has a hidden
pistol storage compartment. This car features Westcotts full fender
Fiberglass body and professionally designed hand made custom tube
chassis with Mustang II front end, independent suspension on all
four wheels including adjustable coil over shocks. It is powered by
a 500 HP 302 Cobra engine with roller cam, roller lifters and deep
sump oil pan. It has a SL-750-VS Quick Fuel carburetor, a Ford
Model 400 4 speed automatic transmission and a Winters Performance
Equipment quick change differential. It is equipped with Willwood
brakes all around and aluminum rad with a high performance two
speed electric cooling fan. Has original Halibrand wheels in the
knock off style, and rides on 31" X 18.5" X 15" Hoosier Radial rear
racing tires and P195 X 60 X 15" front tires. It is a show car but
can also be a beautiful daily driver.
1933 Ford Roadster
Location:Lake Havasu, Arizona
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