1933 Ford Tudor very traditional Hot Rod. The car has no rust. I
take very good care of this car - owned and garaged and exercised
for 13 years The car was from the Seattle area. Motor Electronic
Mallory Crab 12 volt ignition 1935 flathead V8 with headers and
dual exhaust Single 2 barrel 98 carb Electric Fuel pump pared with
mechanical fuel pump Stock brass radiator no leaks Very reliable
starts instantly Rear & tires Bruce's Rod Shop rear baffle to keep
gear oil in place Stock 33 banjo with stock gears may be 3.56 or
4.11 The 7.50 rear tire allows the car to drive 55 - 60 on the
highway Front tires are 4.50 - 4.75 The stance is
awesome...everyone tells me. Body & Paint 1 - 10 ...I would say
with confidence it is a 7.5 maybe 8.5 The whole car is aging with
grace...like fine wine The upholstery is mohair with no holes ...it
is very beautiful and has a swan shifter. Lights and gauges work
except fuel ..I use a paint stick. Suspension Frame is stock 33
with original floor pans 4' Okie Joe dropped original axle So Cal
chrome front shocks Houligan rear shocks Brakes lever brakes using
Teds floaters...will never go flat and stop very well. Production I
love both 33 and 34 but 33 are much more rare. 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 Tudor
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