1933 Ford Tudor sedan from North Dakota extra dry body, doors have rust in bottoms only a small pin hole or two in body. Have new steel fenders, running boards, rear tag panel, 3 peice hood, holagen head lights and stands, billet Valley grille, Stainless steel bumpers and arms, big block fire wall, hidden door hinge kit, smooth roof panel, fender brackets front and rear, all patch panels for repairs, rear 4 bar set and chrome coilovers, mustang front crossmember only, tubular transmission crossmember kit, rebuilt 350 engine, 9'ford rear end , all window garnish moldings, fiberglass door jam molding, nu-relics power window kit. Clear title.
The stylish 1937 Ford is a popular platform for custom hot rods and race cars, the engines commonly replaced with small-block Chevy V8s, such as the Pick of the Day
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