Vehicle Description


Description >> 1933 Ford Vicky Sedan with Matching Trailer
Hour Meter 1465 - No Odometer

With it's Pearl White and Purple Metallic Body ornamented with flames down it's sides, this coupe isn't likely to get lost in a crowd any time soon. As ornate as it is, it has the shine to match, glowing like a multi-colored diamond in the sunlight. You can't help but notice how revolutionary this '33 had to have seemed - with its flowing fenders, generously sized running boards and ornate front grille. While many cars of the day were growing ever larger in size, this version held on to a relatively compact wheelbase, giving it a substantial sturdy look. There are some great details in play here, including the subtle modification that provides its inclined aggressive stance, as well as the rendition of Betty Boop that graces its rear deck lid. Its detailed paint job is effectively ornamented by the clean chrome of that front grille, as well as the straight front and rear bumpers.

Open one of the suicide doors to see the interior - a creative mixture of black cloth upholstery next to the purple accents of the steel dash and door frames. Modern touches take their place inside the cabin's vintage vibe, in the form of the billet-look instrument cluster housing a set of glowing digital gauges, a prominently sized display screen to pilot the Clarion AM/FM/CD stereo and NAV system, and an underdash Air Conditioning system to keep you and your passenger comfortable. While this vintage coupe has all the attributes of a worthy exhibitor on the local car show circuit and even comes with its own matching trailer in tow to add to its display impact, it's actually well-equipped to be a daily driver - and imagine the head-turning that will ensue when you take it on the road. The storage area in back in substatial - almost making you do a double take when you see it - and it's lined with gray carpet bracketed by wheel wells on each side that show no ill effects from any shifting cargo.

The Ford's drivetrain is configured to provide plenty of power while sidestepping the tempermental nature and hassles that often come with an overly modded drivetrain. The 350-cubic inch V8 sitting underneath the substantial hood carries a 4-barrel on top and is in good form - starting right up and running with all the smoothness your're looking for in a frequent driver.

Engine 350 C/I
Transmission 700 R4 Automatic
Air Conditioning
Clarion NZ503 AM/FM/CD
Electric Windows
Tilt Wheel
Show Car Carpet, Ropes and Cover
Trailer has matching paint and flame, with front & rear storage

If interested, please call 504-329-0107 (cell), 770-235-3900 (cell) or 985-231-7787 (home),

Vehicle Details

  • Listing ID:CC-1360822
  • Price:$34,750 (OBO)
  • Location:Mandeville, Louisiana
  • Year:1933
  • Make:Ford
  • Model:2-Dr Sedan
  • Exterior Color:Pearl White & Purple
  • Interior Color:Gray-Black-Purple
  • Transmission:Automatic
  • Odometer:1465
  • Aftermarket Wheels:Yes
  • Restoration History:Fully Restored
  • Exterior Condition:Mint
  • Seat Material:Cloth
  • CD Player:Yes
  • Air Conditioning:Yes
  • AM/FM Radio:Yes
  • Custom Stereo:Yes
  • Bucket Seats:Yes
  • Power Brakes:Yes
  • Power Steering:Yes
  • Engine History:Replaced
  • Engine Condition:Running