Sleek looks, V8 power, and nice details give this 1929 Ford
Roadster all the right vibes to be quite a cool street machine.
The green paint gets this noticed. After all, a mean machine
roadsters are usually finished in flat black. Instead, this one
shows that they took a little extra time in the details. The
fiberglass body gives you extra smooth curves, and the gloss of the
green does a nice job highlighting them. Plus, the lime green and
gold pinstriping draws added attention to some of your favorite
places, like the steep slope of the rear that allows for the
fenders to be the last word in this car's design. There are the
right touches of brightwork on the grille, headlights, and around
the windshield. And those genuine wire wheels add plenty of
distinct sophistication. Of course, the extra meaty rear wheel and
tire package gives this the stance that doesn't let us forget it's
a true hot rod roadster.
The tan interior is a nice complementing color to the exterior
green. The slope of the seat seems to give this one an especially
roomy feeling, and there are thoughtful touches, like the exterior
pinstriping returning in the corners of the dash. The best roadster
builds are about a driver-focused machine, and so you have a Grant
sports steering wheel on a tilt column, a B&M floor shifter,
and the dash is dominated by clean Dolphin gauges.
Under the hood is proper small block power. This Chevy 350
cubic-inch V8 is has a good look with a ribbed aluminum air grabber
and matching valve covers. There are also good supporting
components, like the aluminum radiator. The V8 fires up as it
inhales deeply with the Weber four-barrel carburetor, and there's a
nice tune coming from the dual exhaust. The suspension has the
right hot rod style setup with hairpins up front, ladder bars in
the rear, and front disc brakes.
This is a smooth-driving roadster that has a nice attitude without
losing its hot rod flair. It makes for distinction and fun all
offered at a nice price. Call today!!!