1933 Ford Roadster
This is a completely over-the-top fiberglass 1933 Roadster built by Hot Rod Hall of Fame member John Barbaro of Pyramid Street Rods. It is a one-of-a-kind custom with every bell and whistle you can imagine. The pictures speak for themselves but still don't even do the car justice.
It was built from the ground up on a custom chassis with a Mustang II front and Winters quick- change rear end. It has Dutchman axles with Wilwood disc brakes attached on all four corners with stainless steel brake lines. She is sitting on 15X6 Halibrand's with Firestone Firehawks on the front and 31X18's in the rear with Hoosier radials. The car looks fast just sitting there.
The body is absolutely perfect with show quality red paint over an absolutely correctly fitted body and Duvall custom windshield.
Under the hood there is a Ford 347 tri power stroker engine running through a 3-speed automatic transmission with Gennie shifter. It has a custom dual stainless steel exhaust which looks great against the immaculate undercarriage.
The custom leather interior fits to exact specifications complimenting an Auto-Rod control panel, great sounding Kenwood stereo system and even a hidden gun compartment specially installed with easy access.
The car only has 3,500 miles on it and is titled as a 1933 Roadster. To build this quality of a street rod today would cost you in excess of $150,000.00 and this one shows like brand new.
This is your chance to own this incredible piece of machinery for less than half of the build cost at $59,500.00!
NOW REDUCED DOWN TO $49,900.00!
This car is located and being represented for a collector in the Seattle, Washington area.