800 Derita Road, Ste. A
With well-coordinated color combo, all the right details, V8-power, and a terrific stance, this 1927 Ford Highboy Roadster is a hot rod of distinction.
This body has the look you want. The deep burgundy has a sophisticated tone, and when the sunlight hits, it there's a nice metallic glow. Plus, the color-matched chassis gives this a seamless style. And the brightwork adds to the distinction. This has all the right classic pieces we expect on a custom street machine, like the waterfall grille, two-piece windshield frame, and the suspension components. The wire wheels not only add to the shine, but the 14/15-inch front/rear stagger with extra meaty rear rubber adds to the aggression, too.
If you like the way the convertible top looks against the burgundy, then you'll really love taking it down to show off the interior. That's because you not only get the terrific white, but the exterior-matching burgundy returns on the seat top, door pockets, steering column, and carpeting. It creates a well-coordinated total package inside and out. Plus, there are more great hot rod details, like the tall gearshift and the tuck & roll seat pattern. There are also plenty of nice extras, like the wood-rimmed sports steering wheel, AM/FM/cassette stereo, and a wood dash full of Stewart Warner gauges.
The motor is dressed to impress. This includes the Edelbrock fined valve covers, matching dual air intake, and polished firewall. More than just look great, this has the power you want. It's a 350 cubic-inch V8 with a four-barrel carburetor, Holley intake, and shorty headers that feed the extra rumble of the trumpeted dual exhaust. You've got a terrific hot rod suspension with a four-link drop axle up front and ladder bars in the rear. Add in modern tires and front disc brakes, and this is a well-rounded street machine.
Quality and power come together to deliver a great total package. Don't let this custom Highboy slip away Call now!
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