Streetside Classics - Nashville
6000 Reliance Dr
This 1933 Ford 3-Window Coupe is a sleek and speedy fuel-injected coupe. And while you're marveling at a build with less than 1,200 miles on it, don't forget to check out all the extras, like the four-wheel disc brakes, fully independent suspension, and the custom leather interior. And as you look over every inch, you'll discover the difference you get when looking at a custom that was built to be a show car from day one.
There is a true sleekness to this coupe. It looks like it was formed by the wind with the curvy waterfall grille, raked windshield, and smooth hardtop roof. Adding to the smoothness of this fiberglass body is the butter-like yellow finish, and the deep gloss loves to highlight the long curves of this Ford design. There's no need for bumpers, fenders, or extra trim to get in the way of one of the most attractive styles around. The paint even tells us this was done by Alloway's Hot Rod Shop - a company that consistently makes the magazines for their SEMA builds. It is a proper classic street machine, and so there's classic American brightwork on places like the grille, polished front suspension, and Billet Specialties alloys with a nice 18/22 inch front/rear stance. And of course, a true custom like this needs airbrushing and pinstriping. Just like the rest of the build, it's done with a thoughtful style. You see it in how the flames are outlined in green to match the beltline stripes.
Suicide doors always look awesome on these sleek custom builds, and they are your gateway to an impressive interior. The tan looks distinct against the exterior yellow, and this is a professional Paul Atkins interior. So you'll love the style and the supple leather. There are no side windows, and that's because people are going to be constantly wanting a closer look inside... so why bother smudging the glass? While this hardtop is a show car, it also is built to be a real driver. You have a sports steering wheel on a tilt column, a Lokar floor shifter, and a full set of Classic Instruments gauges in the dash. There's even an AM/FM/CD stereo in the custom headliner.
Grab your sunglasses before looking under the hood. The smooth walls of the engine bay seem to help all the polished components of the motor radiate even brighter. More than just a show-worthy shine, you're looking at the substance of a 5.7-liter LS1 fuel-injected V8. It's a modern and powerful motor that loves to fire up easily and make a sweet hot rod sound out of the header-fed dual exhaust. But don't just listen to the rumble; follow its path in the undercarriage photos. There you'll really see what we mean about how the whole car looks like it was dipped in the bold yellow. So you know you're going to be putting a mirror under this fresh build at the car shows. This is also where you spot desirable driving pieces like the strong custom chassis, the polished independent front suspension, Jaguar-style independent rear suspension, four-wheel disc brakes, and racer-style quick-change rear end.
This custom coupe turns your garage into the SEMA show. So if you're ready for all eyes to be on you, don't miss this hardtop. Call today!!!
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