1933 Ford Roadster Nostalgic Flathead Hot Rod

1933 Ford Roadster Nostalgic Flathead Hot Rod all Steel Full Fendered top folds

1933 Ford all steel full-fendered Roadster. Built nostalgic hot rod style with flathead engine, folding top, and rumble seat.

New frame rails with original 1933 Ford crossmembers. Front crossmember is NOS. Rear crossmember is modified: flattened for lowered stance. Super Bell I Beam dropped front axle with ’39 spindles, tube shocks, juice brakes, reversed eyes spring. Original 1933-34 steering box with column drop and key.

1940 Ford 3.78 ratio rear axle with professionally shortened torque tube and driveshaft. Tube shocks and juice brakes. dual master brake cylinder, fully functional parking brake, original 1933-34 clutch/brake pedals. 6.00-16 used front tires and 7.50-16 new rear tires on 1935 Ford wire spoke wheels.

1950’s 8BA Ford rebuilt engine with Offenhauser 2X2 intake, with (2) Stromberg 97 carbs (Only 1 hooked up presently), with 59AB cam, distributor, water pumps. Rebuilt 1933 Ford radiator and 12V generator. New battery and original style wiring harnesses. New ‘Tanks’ galvanized fuel tank.

New clutch and 1939 Ford transmission. Original 1933 Ford single exhaust and 59AB manifolds.

New steel body constructed with original 1934 Ford firewall and original style front 1/2 floor: steel with wooden floorboards. Rear 1/2 of floor is replacement style: follows frame contour. Louvered trunk lid constructed with heavy plastic sheet inside to shed rain water down.

Doors hung on original steel hinges, body is steel re-enforced: cowl, trunk, door, windshield, latch. Bear claw latches located lower and operated as original from 1933 Foard roadster stainless outside and chrome inside door handles. Countless hours fabbing contoured door jams and inner panels, hinge plates, and modified original 1933 Ford Coupe steel dash to produce a solid and authentic body.

Hand fabbed Engine-turned dash panel with new gauges and tach. Nostalgic blinkers, 1935 Ford banjo steering wheel and working horn button blows small horn under hood.

Original 1933 or ’34 Ford: dash, firewall, hood, Grille, inner fenders, front fenders and braces, headlites and stands, cowl lites, tail lites and stands, bumpers and brackets, rear fenders. New repop correct covered running boards with original 1933 Ford braces underneath.

Original style 1933 Ford coupe seat with fresh cushions and firmly anchored seat belts. 3-bow folding top with front header attached to Duval style windshield with thumbscrews, top folds fully behind seat and below rear deck but is probably a 2-person operation.

Vehicle passed recent NSRA sanctioned safety visual inspection but the car is home built and has many running gear components over 80 years old. Frequent inspection and possible safety upgrades such as new front tires, disc brakes, Vega cross steering, electronic ignition, Red’s headers and dual exhaust, etc. are recommended for today’s traffic and family safety.

Condition: Used: A vehicle is considered used if it has been registered and issued a title. Used vehicles have had at least one previous owner. The condition of the exterior, interior and engine can vary depending on the vehicle’s history. See the seller’s listing for full details and description of any imperfections.

VIN (Vehicle Identification Number): 18-472XXX
Year: 1933
Interior Color: Black & Red
Make: Ford
Number of Cylinders: 8
Model: Other
Transmission: Manual
Trim: Roadster W/folding Top & Rumble Seat
Body Type: Roadster
Engine: Ford Flathead
Vehicle Title: Clear
Drive Type: RWD
For Sale By: Private Seller
Mileage: 101,000
Warranty: Vehicle does NOT have an existing warranty
Exterior Color: Patina & Clear

Item location: Rapid City, South Dakota, United States


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