For Sale: 1933 Ford 3-Window Coupe in Turner, Oregon

Vehicle Description

The Paint: Dupont Vivid Mango, with subtle custom pin striping, louvered metal hood both top and sides

The Body: Bear Fiberglass

The Engine: GM Crate 383 Small block “Stroker” producing 430 Horsepower, with aluminum heads, “Sanderson” coated headers, electronic ignition, full roller cam, 750 cfm Holley Demon carburetor 

The Transmission: GM Turbo 350 Hydra-matic, B&M Shift kit, and 2200-2600 Stall Converter. Lokar floor shift

The Differential: “Currie” 9” with 3.50:1 gear ratio and Posi-Traction, all chrome and stainless

The Suspension: TCI Stage III frame, with “Pete and Jakes” chrome front axle, chrome shocks, chrome Hairpin radius rods
Rear: QA1 coil over shocks, with 4-bar

The Interior: Adjustable “Glide” seat, black leather seating and matching door panels, full interior surround including sculpted leather headliner.
Custom dash with full compliment of gauges.

“Wilwood” 4 wheel disc brakes with chrome calipers and backing plates front and rear 

“Flaming River” Stainless steering tilt column

“Billet Specialties” Custom Steering Wheel

“MoonEyes” Gauges

Power Windows

“HotRod” Air Conditioning and Heater system

“Front Runner” serpentine belts system

“Griffin Aluminum Radiator

“Bob Drake” chrome front grill

“Ron Francis” Wiring and fuse panel

Chrome rear Nerf bars

Electronically controlled trunk lid

Full Dual Exhaust with “Flow Master” Mufflers

“Real Rodders” highly polished wheels front and back with Firestone tires on the front, and Firestone street “Cheaters” on the back.

Electronic “Hide-away” license plate bracket

Whether you’re new to the Classic Hotrod world, or a seasoned veteran of the hobby, you will surely love this beautifully built, custom ’33 Ford Hotrod 3 window coupe.
Every aspect of this Coupe was carefully chosen, planned, and executed professionally.
There’s a quality about this particular coupe that is just “Stunning”, and it grabs you even at first glance. Sure, the Vivid Mango paint will certainly garner immediate attention, but, it’s more than that. The stance, the wheels and tires, the subtle pin striping, the louvered hood, and chrome nerf bars all contribute to the amazing appearance of this unique ’33.
Once your eyes settle in from checking out this Coupe, you will begin to notice the quality of this build. Some aspects noticed right away, and some a little more subtle. 
Everything on this coupe works great; lights, gauges, A/C, heat, stereo, electronically controlled components such as the trunk lid, and hidden license plate bracket, etc., etc.
Be sure and take a look at the undercarriage, as it is as clean and well thought out as the interior, and exterior!
With just 1,800 miles on the build, this Coupe is ready anytime for a trophy, or a road trip. 
The 383 Stroker engine starts, runs and drives the coupe with the high performance strength and sound we all must have! The Turbo 350 automatic transmission shifts nice and firm without jarring, and the soft black leather interior is very comfortable and roomy.
 The car drives down the road very nicely, it steers and brakes easily, and true.
If you’re considering a 30’s Hotrod, and you want Comfort, Style, quality, and horsepower, with a nod to the vintage racers of the past…This ’33 Ford 3 window Coupe is among the finest available.

Vehicle Details

  • 1933 Ford 3-Window Coupe
  • Listing ID:CC-1544989
  • Price:$54,900
  • Location:Turner, Oregon
  • Year:1933
  • Make:Ford
  • Model:3-Window Coupe
  • Exterior Color:Mango
  • Interior Color:Black
  • Transmission:Automatic
  • Engine Size:V-8
  • Odometer:0
  • Title Status:Clear
  • Restoration History:Fully Restored
  • Exterior Condition:Excellent
  • Seat Material:Leather
  • Engine History:Replaced
  • Engine Condition:Running
  • Drive Train:Rear-wheel drive

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