213 Thornton Rd
Lithia Springs, GA
Lithia Springs, GA
This 1930 Ford Pickup Streetrod is an awesome street machine with a fuel-injected big block that includes nitrous! Not only is it powerful, but it's also a detailed build that you're going to love everywhere from the custom chassis to the A/C interior. It's such an amazing full custom that the truck bed has Plexiglas to show off the suspension. So if you must do any hauling with this pickup, please use the custom trailer that also comes with the sale!
This truck has a mean stance that combines the original hot rod spirit with a bit more modern touches. After all, this is the iconic shape of the Model A pickup but with tighter body gaps from a modern fiberglass build. And the vivid red is out to grab everyone's attention. This truck was built with the idea to be as straight and clutter-free as possible. So upon closer inspection, you'll notice the sleek style with even the door handles deleted. There's polish in the right places, like the waterfall grille and running board covers that identify this as a 1930 Ford. And there's plenty of modern shine and aggression with the Boyd Coddington alloys that are staggered 17/20 inches front/rear for an intimidating stance. But of course, the biggest talking point will be how you won't have to put a mirror under this one to show off the clean and custom undercarriage with quick-change racing rear end...all you have to do is look in the clear-bottom truck bed!
Inside, this 1930s-style machine has been customized to be the most comfortable cruiser you will find anywhere. It starts with the light tan leather seating. The color and quality continue on the side panels, headliner, and carpeting for a full uniform presentation. Of course, what you'll really love is the splash of red. The bold streak is in the seats and doors, and it coordinates with the seatbelts, shift knob, and dash. It gives this truck a thoughtful look that connects it to the exterior color theme. There are nice comfort features like an AM/FM/CD stereo and ice-cold R134a air conditioning. So it was truly made to be comfortable over the long haul. The driver gets a tan and chrome steering wheel on a polished tilt column. And beyond that, the dash is dominated by crisp Omega Kustom gauges.
With the engine on display to the world, you want it to be as shiny as this one. The polished air topper, valve covers, alternator, radiator, pulleys, intake, and so much more are drawing attention, so you might forget to spot the best upgrade of them all. This is built to look like an old-school dual-quad hot rod, but in fact, this is actually a fuel-injected machine! It's a serious powerhouse from Buck Racing Engines, and it's believed to be a big 434 cubic-inch V8. It's also got Man of War aluminum heads, headers, steel lines, AN fittings, and an aluminum radiator w/electric fan. So it's an all-around stout setup. And this hardy powerhouse even is built for a nitrous injection! You take full control over this big muscle and its rumbling soundtrack thanks to the TKO five-speed manual transmission. While the truck bed already gives you an excellent view to the custom chassis and suspension, it's worth seeing the full tidy and polished setup in the undercarriage photos. Up front is an independent suspension with tubular A-arms. In rear is a four-link with stabilizer bar and adjustable coilovers. Plus, four-wheel disc brakes and the modern grip of modern ZR-rated tires give you have a terrific total driving package.
You know this is an award-worthy build where they spared no expense. We even have a receipt for $23k just documenting the custom trailer and accessories. So don't let this custom Model A pickup slip into someone else's colletion. Call today!!!
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