Gateway Classic Cars of Nashville Tennessee is very proud to
digitally present this stunning 1933 Ford 3-Window coupe. This is
not your average bear, with all the love and attention that a car
could want this machine has all the goodies. To get this going
let's start with the power plant, how about a stout General Motors
355CID V8 that is topped with polished Borla stack fuel injection
system! This give you snappy throttle response without the need to
keep pumping the gas pedal 500 times to get her to fire up, all
that is needed is the soft twist of the wrist and flip that
ignition to the right and this machine will fire up like a dragon
on the hunt. Backing this power-plant is a built General Motors
TH700R4 automatic shift, four-speed overdrive, longitudinally
positioned transmission. It is now considered to be one of the
finest overdrive automatic transmissions ever produced" yes I
googled that" and I am happy I did because you should know what you
are getting into. The Downs built Fiberglass body of this 1933 Ford
3-Window coupe has been glazed in a deep and dark gloss black paint
that looks as if it's about to drip off the car. There is so much
to talk about on this car it's a blast, lets climb into the cabin
and one thing you will notice is the massive amount of leg room and
there is common theme running along inside. Matching gauges from
one door to the other that are aesthetically placed with the larger
gauges in the center with the Air Conditioning vents on each side.
Keeping it clean and tight the builder even went as far as to keep
the door panels clean and put the door latch handles in the kick
panels. I love the clean look and it will keep you in the habit of
reaching down to open as well as lock the suicide door pins. Get
ready to hit the roads with peace of mind as this car is packing
the latest in gadgets, for example this 33' has a new "UniSteer"
rack and pinion steering that is topped with electric power
steering! How about all of the options you ask? Well this 1933 Ford
3-window coupe includes: Ice cold Air-conditioning and heat to back
it up on the late night ride home, lumbar support for comfort,
4-wheel power disc brakes, Power steering 'mentioned", Power locks
with safety pins, AM/FM/Satellite radio, Power windows, tilt
steering Colum, plush leather seating that has a sexy grey and
white theme and performance radial tires that wrapped around
aluminum alloy racing wheels. This is all being ran to the ground
via posi traction as well. For more information on this 1933 Ford
3-window coupe please feel free to call the Nashville showroom at
615-213-1800 or visit us on the web at
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