Finding untouched preserved beauties is something everyone is fond of, but creating custom cruisers is a great way to keep the classic styles on the road and still have some fun behind the wheel with some modern performance. The pre-WWII rides have awesome lines and looks, but driving them reminds you of how far technology has come. Fortunately, us Americans are spoiled with awesome custom builds making plenty of unique rides on the road today.
GR Auto Gallery is pleased to present this 1927 Ford Roadster for consideration. This Hi-Boy has just less than 4,000 miles on it since the build was completed in 2006 and there is nothing showing on the vehicle to tell you otherwise. The Orange exterior paint stands out and looks as glossy as it did the day it was sprayed. The body appears to be rust free and has also recently been fully detailed. There is an impressive specification list on this Roadster; 351 Cleveland engine (believed to be rebuilt by Roush Racing), Edelbrock carburetor, single plane tunnel ram, Jet Hot Headers, 32 Lo-Radiator, SS Grill, Cooling fan with shroud, C4 transmission with an Art Carr valve body, turbo action floor shifter, Chris Aston 9 inch 3.55 axle, Detroit locker arm, Heidt's coilover shocks, Heidt's super ride 32 polished S.S. front end, Mickey Thompson tires, disc brakes, Autometer gauges, Iditit tilt steering, custom brackets, Maple Burl dash and side panels, quilted maple floor and to top it off is some comfy seats wrapped in brown leather. This is a turn-key ready fun machine that will turn heads at any show or any place that you decide to adventure to. Please call or email us today for more information on this 1927 Ford Roadster.
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