1931 Ford Roadster This little roadster has traveled thousands of
miles in a moving van. The owner had a job which moved him several
times. His plan was to restore the car, but his company would not
pay to move the car, so he totally disassembled the car and had it
moved as personal property. The situation went on for over 25
years, plus many miles in the moving van. He finally decided to
sell the car. It was in a storage unit completely disassembled.
bought the car and put it back together. Several upfits have been
made: 1. Hydraulic brakes-very unique. Study the picture. 2. Down
draft intake manifold. 3. Exhaust header with baffle plate 4.
Steering box 5. Upgraded tie-rod ends 6. Rebuilt engine 7. Electric
fuel pump 8. Late model shocks If you are interested in the
roadster, study the picture closely. A picture is worth a thousand
words (I don't know who said that, but it is appropriate in this
case). If you look at the hydraulic brakes, then you will see that
I used the original brake drums and backing plates. To my
knowledge, this has never been done before. You have options with
this roadster. It is rust free and paint is original. It would make
the perfect platform for a roadster street rod. You be the judge. I
am the builder. Please Note The Following **Vehicle Location is at
our clients home and Not In Cadillac, Michigan. **We do have a
showroom with about 25 cars that is by appointment only **Please
Call First and talk to one of our reps at 231-468-2809 EXT 1 **
1931 Ford Roadster
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