1933 Ford 3 Window Coupe. 350 Small Block V8 Engine, Automatic
Transmission. Cold Air Conditioning, Arizona built and inspected
glass body. Iconic 33 3 Window Ford Coupe. 3" chop top. Beautiful
paint scheme of yellow and red with Pinstripe Flames. Full fenders
and running boards. Suicide doors with shaved handles. Totally
decked out small block Chevy. Ribbed Milled aluminum valve covers
with matching air cleaner. Tons of chrome. Top quality parts.
Aftermarket AC blows ICE COLD. Dash mounted round vents and under
dash rectangle vents give you all the cold air in summer & warm air
and defrost in warmer weather. Stainless steel top radiator line,
not rubber, will last a lifetime. Chrome Alternator. Remote oil
filter cooler. Stainless transmission tube & chrome dip stick. HEI
electronic ignition. Powder coated Headers. Sounds Mean!!! 1 piece
side flip up hood. Stunning 2 tone vinyl and cloth custom bucket
seats. Pristine door panels. Immaculate carpet and mats. Synthetic
wood dash by California Dash. VDO gauges. Partial chrome tilt
steering column. Leather wrapped Steering wheel, billet aluminum
construction. Alpine stereo. Power Windows and Door Locks. Power
Front Disk Brakes. Rack & Pinion front suspension. Tubular A Arms
front. Beautiful, stitched FORD trunk. Trunk mounted Battery.
American Racing 5 fat spokes. black wall tires in excellent
condition. Totally well thought out nostalgic build. Runs and
drives excellent. Drive in comfort with the Cold AC.
1933 Ford Coupe
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