1933 FORD ROADSTER This Amazing ALL STEEL, Drop Top Speed 33
Roadster looks as good (or better) underneath as it does on top....
AND THAT'S PRETTY AMAZING! Serious attention to detail, everything
from the Front Suspension back is Chrome, Polished or Painted. Full
Custom Heidts Hot Rod Shop Suspension with Adjustable Coil Overs on
All 4 Corners. All tubing and wires are very sanitary. Underneath
is Shiny and CLEAN, CLEAN, CLEAN! Engine: 2006 LS2 V-8 producing
400 HP & 400 LB/FT of Torque with Custom Air Intake and Valve
Covers (yes, we know it is not a 7L), 4L65E Automatic Transmission,
Ford 9" Rear Diff with Strange 3rd Member - inboard Disk Brakes &
Chrome Drive Axels. Stunning Full Custom Leather Interior Includes:
Polished Tilt Column, Custom Steering Wheel, Vintage Air A/C (just
serviced and ICE COLD), Power Windows, Sony CD w/ AUX input,
Stewart Warner gauges and a Hot Rod Emergency Kit (see pic). The
retractable soft Top and Custom Trunk Space are stunning as well.
This Speed33 with just 1,475 miles since built will not disappoint
and will bring home hardware from almost any show you take it to.
Titled as a 1934 Ford. 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 **
1933 Ford Roadster
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