We know you're checking out this 1929 Ford Hi-Boy roadster because it looks like it could be that perfect one with all the features you want for less than the price of building it yourself. And you'd be right, because who doesn't like classic roadster with a cool exterior/interior combo and a performance V8 on display for the world to see?
The bright red paint shines amazingly in the sunlight thanks to a deep clearcoat. And let's face it, if you want a cool hot rod like this, then you want a bold attention grabbing paintjob. But once people at the cars shows are drawn in, they'll spend plenty of time looking at the two-color custom pinstripe. It's in very cool places like along the top of the grille and across the rumble seat hatch. And because this is a quality fiberglass body, all these panels fit with precision. This one skips the fenders to get that smooth look that all the top hot rods have, and we all love that aggressive stance. Of course it wouldn't be this cool without all the chrome in the right places such as the grille, windshield frame, headlight pods, front suspension, rear wire bumper, and the wide alloy wheels with Ford center cap knock-offs. Keen eyes can even catch glimpses of the polished rear suspension components.
Sure, this one comes with a folding black soft top that has cool red piping, but we really know you're going to want to show off the interior. After all, the custom red and white on the bench seat not only matches the side panels, but also there's a rumble seat finished in this fantastic pattern. And because the colors so nicely coordinate with the exterior white in the pinstripe, the custom detailing is continued on the dash, too. You'll enjoy slipping behind the custom wood and chrome steering wheel and gazing at the full set of SW gauges. There's even an AM/FM/CD stereo to let you listen to modern tunes in this very vintage looking ride.
Reliability and performance? This car has both in spades. The 350 cubic-inch Chevy is the choice for the best hot rods because it has the most parts available to upgrade for show and go. This one already has dual four-barrel carburetors, shorty headers, and a rumbling dual exhaust. And of course, it's great to have those Offenhauser valve covers on display at all times. But what people won't ways see (but you'll always appreciate) are the reliable supporting components like the electric fan, newer wiring, and steel braded hoses. Power dependably gets to the ground through a stout three-speed automatic transmission. There are disc brakes up front for control, and the adjustable coilover rear end keeps the wide tires planted to the ground.
Traditional in all the ways that matter to you and fully finished in a way that makes people sit up and take notice, this is a fantastic '29 roadster you can own today. Call now!!!