Gateway Classic cars is happy to show off this 1933 Ford Hi-Boy for
sale. This 1933 Ford five-window coupe is finished in flat black
over a tan interior and powered by a 383ci Chevrolet V8 paired with
a three-speed automatic transmission. It features staggered
diameter polished wheels, front disc brakes, rear coilovers, a
Street Tunnel Ram intake, dual carburetors, Autometer gauges, and
an Aiwa AM/FM stereo receiver. The steel body was refinished in
flat black with red pin striping and features a polished Ford
grille, side mirrors, and Sanderson headers exiting behind the
front wheels. The 15 front and 20 rear polished five-spoke wheels
wear Toyo tires measuring 195/60 and 295/40, respectively. Braking
is handled by disc brakes up front with drums in the rear, and the
solid rear axle is equipped with coilovers. The bench seating is
upholstered in tan leather and is joined by matching door panels,
and a red dashboard and carpets. Additional features include a
glovebox and an Aiwa AM/FM stereo receiver mounted above the
windshield. An aluminum fuel cell and Optima battery are mounted in
the trunk. The leather-rimmed steering wheel fronts Autometer
gauges including a 120-mph speedometer and auxiliary gauges for
water temperature, battery voltage, oil pressure, and fuel level. A
7k rpm tachometer is mounted to the right of the gauge cluster. The
383ci Chevrolet V8 is equipped with a Street Tunnel Ram intake,
dual carburetors, and finned aluminum valve covers. Power is sent
to the rear wheels through a three-speed turbo-hydramatic automatic
transmission. The seller believes the rear end was sourced from a
1933 Ford 5-Window Coupe
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