We don’t have to tell you this 1933 Ford is a complete custom build, because it already screams it from every angle. From the shimmering supercar silver paint, to the modern A/C interior, to the fully-independent performance suspension, and to the performance-built modern LS7 motor. So your first impression is that this is the ultimate no compromises build, and as you dig deeper, it only gets better. And there’s only 3K miles on the whole build!
First off, you’re looking at a full steel body from the masters at American Speed Company. And a precision-built body like this needs the perfect color, so they borrowed a metallic silver from the Mercedes-Benz pallet – the SLR supercar to be exact. And just like a Benz, it was applied with such a professional hand, the clearcoat helps highlight the gentle cures of the metal, and shows off the crease that runs as an unbroken line around the entire body. But as sophisticated as this hot rod looks, you’ll never mistake it for tame. The low grille, hood scoops, and short rake windshield are pure performance car attitude. Plus, the Forgeline alloy wheels not only add great shine above the metallic silver, but also the staggered 18/19-inch size gives this an aggressive stance that also allows the people behind you to check out the quad pipes and custom quick-change rear end.
Black is a great distinguishing color against the paint, so under the black folding roof is a great leather interior that only utilizes black and the exterior silver. The result is an exceptionally coordinated package with the roof up or down. The first thing you notice when opening the door are the seats. These aren’t the simple buckets you see in most hot rods. Instead, the Recaros with race harnesses are a dead giveaway to how much modern performance car lies within the classic appearance. Then as you look over the interior, you see plenty of great modern features such a power windows, power locks, and an Alpine head unit with a five-inch screen that controls the AM/FM/CD/DVD, satellite navigation, and backup camera. There’s even ice-cold R134 air conditioning to keep you cool with the top down. But the best treats are reserved for the driver. You get a full set of Classic Instruments bomber gauges. And and if you want more performance than just the Lokar shifter, there’s fingertip paddle action right behind the three-spoke sports steering wheel.
While those dual scoops in the hood look like they’re feeding a vintage carbureted hot rod engine, when you pop the hood, you’ll see something much more modern and much more impressive. That’s a fuel-injected LS7 motor filling the engine bay. Yes, the same 7.0-liter (427ci) it’s the same from the latest generation Camaro Z/28 that shattered records. But this build doesn’t stop there. It has been fortified with go-fast goodies like a Hilborn fuel injection system, Brian Tooley Stage II camshaft, computer-controlled ported heads, wet sump oil conversion, and Sanderson headers. If we went over the full list, we’d run out of room, so call for all the details. Just know that this is more power than you’ve seen from just about any other hot rod out there, and the rumble from the Borla dual exhaust lets the world know it, too. And because you’re running such a modern and powerful motor, you have a TCI 6X six-speed automatic to handle all the force and the performance paddle shifts. The beefy A-arm front suspension is on display for the world to see, and unlike most others out there, you get a fully independent rear for the best all-around performance. Control is always well in hand with features like power steering, a Wilwood four-wheel disc brake package with Baer six-piston calipers, and the modern grip of Michelin high-performance rubber.
This is a complete and amazing build that even comes with a $175K appraisal sheet. That’s how you know no expense was spared creating this retro performance with all the right modern equipment. Complete with build receipts and maintenance records, you also know here’s a once-in-a-lifetime chance to take this home today, so call now!