This 1933 Ford two-door sedan has been built into full-blown custom
street rod with extensive modifications to the all-steel body, full
leather interior and a modern driveline. High-caliber work was
performed using the best parts and material available. This rod has
been chopped 2-1/2 inched and channeled 2 inches, the taillights
were custom made to fit a set of Prowler taillights, and the
builder custom-made the licenses plate mount. This street rod is
powered by a GM ZZ4 high-performance 350ci V8 crate engine with
added Edelbrock high-performance valve heads and a polished
Edelbrock intake backed by an automatic transmission turning a
Jaguar independent rear differential that's custom-mounted into the
frame. The undercarriage has been finished as well as top and is in
show-quality conditioning. All of the suspension components have
been chromed to match the chromed rear end and the car sits on
17-inch front and 18-inch rear wheels. The all-custom-leather
interior features a custom dash with Dakota digital gauges and a
tilt steering column. Modern amenities include 4-wheel power disc
brakes, power steering and air conditioning.
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