This 1933 Ford custom coupe is powered by an Ozzy's Performance
engine 383ci stroker V8 engine with a one-off blower system built
by BDS with two 6-71 blowers. Hardware includes stainless valves
(2.05-inch intake, 1.60-inch exhaust), World Products Motown
aluminum heads, Eagle 4.40 steel crank, Wiseco SRP blower pistons,
Eagle I-beam rods, Crane roller rockers in 1.5 ratio, Lunati
camshaft and Pete Jackson gear drive. The two 6-71 BDS blowers are
1290 under-driven with 8 pounds of boost with a custom-built intake
manifold and plenums by BDS. The engine is fed by two Holley 850
cfm blower carburetors and an Aeromotive fuel pump. The engine is
backed by a built Turbo-Hydramatic 350 automatic transmission
teamed with a composite driveshaft by Denny's Driveshaft Service
and Richmond quick-change rear end with 3.23 gears. Suspension
highlights include a tubular dropped axle and 4-link rear
suspension with coilovers. The interior features upholstery by Paul
Pascatore, Dolphin gauges and a stereo with 10-disc CD changer. The
Outlaw Performance body is covered in custom PPG red, four coats
Cherry Red, House of Kolor clear coat and custom flames, and a lot
of chrome. The car has a highway license plate. **SOLD ON BONDED
TITLE** **TITLE IN TRANSIT**
1933 Ford 1 Ton Flatbed
Model:1 Ton Flatbed
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