Vehicle Description

We bet you think this full custom 1933 Ford Woody Wagon has that big cargo area because it's perfect for your surfboard, right? Well once you go over the custom interior A/C, performance V8, slick paint, and all that lumber, you'll realize that big back area is so you can fit all the trophies.


The reason why you instantly gravitate towards this surf wagon is because it instantly gives off the impression of a full custom street machine. After all, the '33 Ford design is one of the most iconic shapes out there the large headlights, ribbed hood sides, and deep dipping "V" in the grille. And to make sure this stays bold, they finished it in a deep shade of modern dark red. They also gave it the best hot rod touches like the ghost flames on the hood and sides, and the extra wide fenders that hold the large Billet alloys (staggered at 15/17 inches front/rear for an aggressive stance.) Even the rubber side steps match nicely with the black canvas roof for a thoughtful total package. But we really know why you fell in love/lust with this hot rod. It's that crisp and bright wood custom body that has been applied with a craftsman's touch. It has the ideal amount of finish to give the right gloss against the red paint, but still, you never lose the feeling of true natural lumber.


Inside, the wood elements are joined by tan leather and carpeting to give a first-class flair to this custom build. After all, those roof slats look more like a premium cabin than what people have in their commuter machine these days. The dual bucket seats up front were borrowed from a Cadillac. So you sit in comfy leather luxury that power adjusts to your ideal position. You also get other great features like an AM/FM/CD stereo, cup holders, and ice cold R134a air conditioning. You'll love slipping behind the classic banjo-style steering wheel, and the tilt column makes it easy to see the well-coordinated dash full of upgraded Classic Instruments gauges. The rear has a comfortable bench seat that matches the front seats and a cool custom wood boxes that match the interior, and one even holds a powered subwoofer.


Under the hood is a tidy 350 cubic-inch motor. It has the full Edelbrock suite in upgrades, including appearance pieces, like the valve covers and air intake screen, and there's also upgraded performance with the Edelbrock intake. You also have a Weber four-barrel carburetor, Sanderson shorty headers, MSD ignition, an aluminum radiator w/electric fan. The three-speed automatic transmission adds to this nice driving package. The same goes for features like power brakes, front discs, the grip of modern Toyo tires, and the superior control of a tubular A-arm front suspension w/adjustable coilovers.


The sale comes with a folder full of receipts documenting the cost and care of this full custom build. It all goes to prove how desirable this loaded hot rod woody is, and so you don't want to miss you chance. Call today!!!

Vehicle Details

  • Listing ID:CC-1421543
  • Price:$39,995
  • Location:Mesa, Arizona
  • Year:1933
  • Make:Ford
  • Model:Woody Wagon
  • Exterior Color:Red
  • Interior Color:Tan
  • Transmission:Automatic
  • Odometer:16370
  • Stock Number:1616-PHX
  • VIN:1847695W8