Gateway classic cars of Nashville is proud to digitally present to
you this 1933 Ford roadster. Painted a gloss black that is stunning
and sporting custom flames this rod looks like it is doing 100MPH
while sitting still. Red leather was the correct choice for the
interior and looks great against the gloss black. The stance is
helped with the P275/60r 17 rear tires, face it this roadster looks
and is fast. Under the hood of this classic roadster is a Corvette
LT1 with multi point fuel injection and direct ignition this engine
is way more than is required to move this light fiberglass body and
custom frame car. Equipped with shorty headers and performance
exhaust this car sounds mean. A turbo 350 3 speed automatic
transmission handles the shifting for you. I took a look under the
car and spent about an hour on the floor of our showroom, this car
is as pretty underneath a sit is on top! Dominating the rear of the
car is the Currie Eng, chromed 9inch that is held in place with 4
link rear suspension and coil over shocks. The front handles the
turns and bumps with chromed A arms and coil overs. This is not a
car that you will need to invest money in when you get it, just
fill the tank and twist the key, oh, and hold on tight. Options for
this 1933 Ford Roadster include: Leather interior, Tilt steering
wheel, Alloy rims and Seat belts.Sale held pursuant to permit No.
19289 of department of licenses granted the 14th day of August
1933 Ford Street Rod
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