This 1933 Ford inspired kit is manufactured and sold by Factory Five simply as the "33 Hot Rod". Our particular example took approximately one year to complete, and looks absolutely fantastic with its three-stage, Matador Red Mica Pearl finish. 17"front and 18"rear Bullitt style wheels finished in anthracite and wrapped with aggressive BF Goodrich Comp T/A KDW rubber offers the perfect blend of road hugging performance and visual punch. Cycle style fenders also help maintain both an element of old school styling and protection from stones and debris. The cockpit is simple yet elegant with its rich black leather buckets and full carpeting throughout. Retro as it may be, it features options like a chromed I-Didit tilt-steering column with billet banjo steering wheel, built-in roll bar, a gorgeous machine turned aluminum dash complete with silver faced period style Autometer gauges and Simpson duck bill style leather safety belts keep you fastened in for the ride. If it all gets a little too hot for comfort, roll up the power windows and switch on the Vintage Air to help keep your cool. Under the hood youll find the perfect blend of power and weight in its Ford Motorsports 302 crate motor. Its dialed in just right with an Edelbrock four-barrel carb, Edelbrock Performer manifold and Ford Motorsports ceramic coated Shorty headers. Channeling those ponies into the barn is a three-speed TCI Street Fighter automatic transmission with B&M shifter and 8.8" Ford solid rear axle out back. Underneath, a full jig welded tube frame provides the backbone for a fully independent suspension featuring adjustable Koni coil-over shocks front and rear as well as a three-link suspension that takes this 33 light years beyond the handling of the original. Call 800-650-1055 or visit our website at www.autobarnclassiccars.com for more information. ALL VEHICLES SOLD "AS IS"
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