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1933 Ford 3-Window Coupe Highboy
Garage Kept Motors is pleased to present one of the nicest hot rod builds we've ever had for sale. Our client acquired this car in 2003, right after Surfs Up Street Rods of Danville, Kentucky finished the build. Since retried, Surfs Up Street Rods owner Johnny Wilcher, poured so much time and perfection into each build, that he only built two cars per year. The level of precision and detail in this car is incredible. You simply cannot build the same level vehicle at the price offered here.
The car is finished in beautiful House of Kolor Tangelo Pearl Paint over a Black Custom Bucket Seat Interior. Paint and Chrome finishes are all top-class, show quality. And here's what this vehicle has to offer: Ronson Fiberglass Body Semi-Tubbed, Williams Chassis, Chevrolet 427 Tall Deck, 2 Edelbrock 500CFM Dual Quads, Mild Comp Cam, Roller Rockers, 9.5 to 1 Flat Top Pistons, MSD Ignition, Sanderson Headers with Complete Jet Coated Exhaust and Mufflers, Turbo 350 Trans with Cooler, Currie Polished Rear End with 9-Inch Ford Big Bearing 3.25 Ratio Open, QA1 Rear Adjustable Shocks with Coil Overs, 4 Bar Rear Suspension, Super Bell Front Axel with So-Cal Hairpins and Mono Leaf Spring, Afco Viper Style Radio, Power Windows, Black Leather Interior with Black Leather Trunk Liner, Suicide Doors with Safety Locks, 14 Gallon Aluminum Fuel Tank, Wilwood 4 Wheel Disc Brakes with E-Brake, Corvette Power Master Brake Cylinder with Booster (uses Dot 5 Brake fluid only - will not harm the paint), AM/FM CD Player in Roof Console, Classic Instruments Tach and Gauges, Tilt Wheel on GM Column with Leather Wrapped Banjo Steering Wheel, 15 x 4 ET Gasser Wheels (Front) with Michelin 265 x 15s, American Racing 15 x 10 Rear Wheels with Hoosier Pro Street Radial 12.5 x 15, 37 Ford Tail Lights with LED Lenses and 3rd Brake Light, Valley Polished Grill, and RootLieb Hood. Hood sides (as pictured) also come with the vehicle.
The car has been to many local shows and won many awards. Too many to count. It has been meticulously cared for by the owner, who is known for cleaning the undercarriage each time after driving it. The car had a recent oil change and a brand new Optima battery installed. The car also has power brakes and power windows. It is titled as a 1933 Ford and comes with a clean Michigan title.
This Highboy is turn-key ready for a new garage with just 5,417 miles since built. You won't find a nicer one for the price. Be sure to check out all the photos and video on our main website: Garage Kept Motors. Call if interested or e-mail with any questions. Thank you for looking.