1933 Ford 3-Window Coupe
Wow, what a neat idea…a 1933 Ford Street Rod done fairgrounds racing style. This is one very sharp and professionally built street rod. This Rod has just over 5,000 miles on this well performing car. And "performance " is what his rod is all about. The body and chassis were manufactured by The Rod Shop in Indiana, Pennsylvania. It was Chopped, Channeled, Pinched, and Bobbed and a 32 Grille shell added. Front suspension is a Heidts open wheel Superide IFS with Stainless upper and lower control arms. Rear suspension is a Triangulated 4 bar with Alden coil overs at all four wheels. Disc brakes are at all four corners. Power comes from a Chevy crate 350 CI, 385 HP, "Fast Burn" engine with Billet Specialties serpentine belt system, Holley 750 cfm carb, Mallory ignition, Sanderson stainless steel sprint car headers. Backing up all that horse power is a Tremec TKO 5-speed manual transmission sending the power to a Ford 9" rear-end with a Eaton Detroit Trutrac rear. Hoosier tires mounted on Weld Racing Draglite wheels front and rear. The list goes on and on of the quality in this exceptional hot rod. The complete list of the build is included in the pictures. Call and check this car out today.