This 1931 Ford Victoria is powered by a 1967 Chevrolet 327ci V8 that has been bored 0.030 and connected to a TH350 3-speed automatic transmission. Features include manual front disc brakes, Vintage Air climate control, a tilt steering column, power windows, an AM/FM digital CD player, an X-pipe, and Cragar wheels. This black Ford street rod with a reupholstered gray cloth interior is available now and comes with a clear Ontario, Canada title in the seller’s name.
The steel body and Polyform fiberglass fenders are finished with PPG Delstar black and clearcoat. Features include amber front turn signals, a dropped headlight bar with halogen lights, a one-piece Rootlieb steel hood, a flush-fit windshield, a filled cowl vent, chrome mirror caps, the ribbed steel roof from a Chevrolet station wagon, flush-fit doors, and rubber-covered steel running boards. Additional features include a billet third brake light housing, Technostalgia 1939 Ford LED taillights, a frenched license plate with a lighted billet frame, and a chrome rear bumper.
A set of 15-inch aluminum Cragar wheels is wrapped in 165/15 front and 235/75/15 rear radial tires.
The Pontiac Grand Am front bucket and rear bench seats, trim, and door panels are upholstered with new gray cloth and gray vinyl inserts. Features include gray carpeting, manual steering and brakes, Vintage Air climate control, power windows, a tilt steering column with a Lecarra steering wheel, a Lokar floor-mounted automatic shifter, and a gray dashboard with a digital AM/FM/CD radio.
A set of tan-faced Classic Instruments gauges includes a 120-mph speedometer, an 8K-rpm tachometer, and gauges for the voltage, fuel level, water temperature, and oil pressure. The odometer reads 67,951 miles but the true mileage on the vehicle is unknown.
Power is provided by a 1967 Chevrolet 327ci V8 that has been bored 0.030 over and upgraded with Rhoads Lifters and a COMP Cams camshaft. It sends power to the road through a TH350 3-speed automatic transmission with a remote cooler. Underhood features include a chrome exhaust manifold and valve covers, a 4-barrel Edelbrock carburetor and aluminum intake, a chrome alternator, air conditioning with a polished compressor, and a Walker Coolmate radiator with an electric fan. Additional features include a Mallory distributor and coil, an aluminum transmission pan, and a Haywire & Co. wiring kit.
The original chassis has been upgraded with a Lobeck frame and a Superbell front I-beam axle with Posies front springs, a Mustang steering box, an 8-inch Ford rear end with a 28-spline drive axle and 3.55:1 gearing, and Alden rear coilovers. Additional features include braided plumbing lines, an aluminum 15-gallon fuel tank with a fuel shut-off switch, and The Deuce Factory 4-link front and rear suspension setups. A full dual-exhaust system with an X-pipe, MagnaFlow muffles, and rectangular finishers ends at the rear of the vehicle.