614 E. Auto Center Dr.
We know you're checking out this 1930 Ford Highboy roadster because it looks like it could be that perfect one where a bold street machine has all the right upgrades. After all, a powerful V8, terrific paint, performance tires, and an all-around quality build on this steel body is what makes this icon irresistible.
One look and you can instantly tell the body, construction, and especially the paint are all expertly finished. It's always great to see a well-done steel-bodied icon, and this Highboy really excites with the choices that were made during its creation. They made sure that nothing got in the way of the classic profile not even door handles. The Red Pearl has a deep modern shine that radiates whenever the sun finds this classic roadster silhouette. And speaking of shine, the details really stand out against this paint. You see it in the waterfall '32 grille, headlight surrounds, one-piece windshield frame, and even the front suspension is on display. And a great modern upgrade are those Coys five-spoke alloys that are staggered 18/20 inches front/rear. It really helps emphasize the wide rubber in the back where all the power meets the road.
The red continues inside, because after all, they really get to see the whole car whenever you cruise it. More than just nicely coordinated, this red interior looks terrific with a custom bench seat that has individual racing-style inserts. And that pattern is even repeated on the doors for a very thoughtful total presentation. You can easily get comfortable thanks to a grippy wheel mounted on a Flaming River tilt column. Plus, there are bright inserts on the steering wheel, pedals, tall gearstick, and even surrounding the full VDO gauge panel.
An engine this nice deserves to be on display for the whole world to see. You have a ton of polished components that look great in this very tidy and fresh setup. And they really paid attention to detail. You see it in the visual pieces like the air grabber with the details painted to match the exterior. You also see the thoughtfulness in the component quality, like the aluminum radiator w/electric fan. More than just look good, this was built for power, too. It's a 327 cubic-inch V8 that's been enhanced with features like an Edelbrock four-barrel carburetor, aluminum hi-rise intake, MSD Blaster coil, and tight-tuck headers that feed the rumbling dual exhaust. The undercarriage photos show you how fresh every inch of this build is. Plus, they give you a better view of the fully chromed four-link drop axle front end a piece sure to impress everyone. And in the rear, it's more chrome on the four-link with adjustable coilovers - exactly what you want on a hot rod like this. But as much as this might look like a pure performance machine, the front disc brakes and four-speed automatic transmission w/overdrive ensure it also has all the makings for a nice cruiser.
This is a fantastic presentation no matter if you spot if from across a field or are standing one-inch away. It's the kind of '30 Ford you'd build for yourself, except only its already done and ready to go today. So don't miss out on this deal, call today!
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