1933 Ford Roadster for Sale
This 1933 Ford Roadster (click here to view the ad) is a pro-built rod by Charlotte Rods and Customs out of North Carolina. The motor is a Corvette LT4 with an aluminum radiator and MSD ignition according to Classic Car Studio in Missouri.
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This 1933 Ford Roadster is a pro-built rod done by Charlotte Rods and Customs out of Charlotte, North Carolina. It’s an extremely clean, and beautifully built car which utilizes a Rat’s Glass body on an Alloway Chassis.
The ’33 sports a high end paint job with very little wear since the build was completed. We’ve seen some bad flame jobs, but this one was done properly and elevates the level of the car. The two stage black paint is laid out on a properly body worked car. The gaps are tight, and the body is straight as an arrow.
The motor is a Corvette LT4 with an aluminum radiator, MSD ignition and a polished stainless exhaust system. The transmission is a Turbo 350 hooked to a beautiful polished Currie rear end. The set up is driver friendly and starts when you want it to. The car cruises nicely at highway speeds and rides well around town.
The Alloway chassis is fully body worked and has a gleaming gloss black finish. It uses a manual rack and pinion front end with Heidts spindles, and Aldan coil overs. The rear end has a 4-link setup with Aldan coilovers and a pan hard bar. The car rides on Billet Specialties wheels which are 15″ in the front and 17″ in the rear.
The interior was professionally done in red leather and is as clean and tidy as it gets. A set of VDO gauges adorn the dash and the Billet Specialties steering wheel matches the wheels of the car. The trunk has a power switch under the dash, and the car has a hidden radio keeping the interior extra clean. The battery is located behind the seat, however, there are two remote charging/jump posts under the rear trunk pan for your trickle charger hookup. The car uses VDO gauges with machined faces.
For the hot rod enthusiast, this car has aggressive looks, and the performance to back it up.
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