Painted in PPG Torch Red, this custom 1933 Ford roadster with a
removable hardtop is built with a Rat's Glass body mounted on a
Bobby Alloway chassis. Has independent tubular front suspension,
Pete & Jake's four-link rear, chrome coilovers, Lokar cable
shifter, a polished Currie rear end, Steve Long radiator, Jim Rench
grille, a custom air cleaner and Wilwood brakes. Power comes from a
Chevrolet 350/405hp ZZ-6 GM V8 engine that is equipped with
aluminum heads, coated headers, Eldebrock fuel delivery with Lokar
fuel cable hardware, and is covered with a custom air intake on top
of the chromed intake manifold and electric cooling fan. The power
is mated to a R-700R GM 4-speed automatic transmission with a Lokar
cable shifter. Features a power lift trunk and power doors openers
with shaved handles. The James Carter interior features a rearview
camera, VDO gauges, power hiding license plate and a hidden retro
audio system. This roadster rides on Intro wheels, 17-inch in the
front and 20-inch in the rear. ** PREVIEW
1933 Ford 1 Ton Flatbed
Model:1 Ton Flatbed
Exterior Color:TORCH RED
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