1933 Ford Roadster

  All fiberglass body by Eagle Industries, Wescott fenders and running boards, 5.7 litre EFI Trans Am V-8, 700R4 trans with stock torque converter,8" rear end with 3.5 to 1 diff ratio, Torque Thrust 11 Wheels (front 15x6, rear 17x8), front brakes are Granada rotors with GM Calipers, rear brakes are Cobra rotors with Corvette Calipers, Airheart pinion parking brake, Posies rear parallel spring and shock kits, paint is Spies Hecker Blood Orange by Bodo Riechert, upholstery is flat rock vinyl by Ron Fast, automatic suicide door locks using an ignition pulse generator, 12" trunk lift linier actuator with 2 channel motor control, 12 gallon poly plastic fuel tank with model PA-1P in-tank fuel pump, Stewart Warner Instruments with electronic speedo and 2" Isspro tach, Jensen AM-FM-CD player with Alpine speakers, Vintique stock stainless steel headlights with Bob Drake reflectors, Heidt's front cross member with TCI 'A' frames and air ride system, Firestone Air Compressor with dual air command control system, Lokar cables and throttle valve, Toyo Trx ST2 P255/60R17 rear tires, same Toyos on the front except P205/55R/15's, Rootlieb hood and sides, Valley Auto aluminum grill and shell, stainless exhaust system (vehicle weighs aprox. 3,000 lbs).Since this photo Here's a picture I took in Phil's showroom when I first bought the car. Since I've owned it, I've added different side window wind deflectors and a new stock 1933 front bumper (which totally changes the look of the car…..much better). I thought the car looked fine before but, to me, the front end didn't look properly finished. The new bumper makes a huge difference (the rear end is the same….no rear bumper). I was told the total investment in the car was over $100K but have nothing to prove that (the majority of that would have been the hours of labor that went into the build). $49,500
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