This 1933 Ford Victoria street rod is finished in Burnt Sienna with
a steel hood, polished valley grille, fender-mounted stainless
light stands with King Bee headlamps, matching door-mounted
sideview mirrors and windshield wipers. The Windsor Fabrications
fiberglass is mounted on a powdered-coated TCI chassis. TCI
Engineering suppled the independent front suspension, as well as
the parallel 4-link with adjustable coilovers on all four corners.
The car has rack & pinion steering, polished stainless-steel lines
and power disc brakes up front. Under the hood is an aluminum
Griffin radiator cooling a high-performance GM ZZ4 350ci 8-cylinder
engine with Sanderson street rod headers mated to a Turbo 400
automatic transmission sending power to a Currie Ford 9-inch. The
engine bay and undercarriage are highly detailed with polished and
chrome accents. The interior features a Lokar Piston shift knob and
linkage, air conditioning, power windows, VDO instruments, JVC
sound system with backup camera, custom leather door panels,
headliner and bucket seats with high side bolsters.
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