4610 Pet Lane
The 1933 Ford "Vicky" Victoria was all about adding some styling class to the Ford lineup. So to find a hot rod with a great peal white paint package, A/C interior, and performance small block under the hood, means this one is upholding the Ford tradition while providing you with a modern and comfortable custom build.
The body is fiberglass, which is a good thing if you love seamless flowing fenders over wide wheels with swoopy bodylines. Finish quality is quite good with plenty of attention paid to straight seams, excellent alignment of those iconic suicide-style doors, and a lot of time invested in sanding the surface to make it smooth. And when there was this kind of solid investment in getting the body looking so top-notch, only a premium paint will do. The white has a great metallic pearl element to really ensure this one makes a lasting first impression. And as people come closer, they'll love the details like the mirror-like chrome grille, bumpers, and headlight surrounds. And the final touch is a set of Chrome American Racing wheels that give this the perfect aggressive stance.
There's plenty more custom touches when you open the door. The Camel-colored carpeting, door panels, headliner, and seating really let you know this was a thoughtful build. Plus, those cloth front buckets have the right modern bolstering to be long-haul comfortable. In fact, comfort is a central theme with great feature like power windows, an AM/FM/CD stereo with aux input, and you even get to stay cool while looking cool with R134a air conditioning. But like any great custom rod, this is a true driver's coupe at its heart. Your right hand will gravitate to the Lokar shifter, and the left one will love the wood grain steering wheel. And beyond that, there's full set of classic-style VDO gauges, including a large tach.
Under the side opening hood is a V8 dressed nicely with shining components like the air topper, valve covers, and alternator. And when you look beyond the style, there's the substance of a 350 cubic-inch small block that's been enhanced with a Holley four-barrel carburetor and an aluminum intake. Not only will you enjoy the extra power of this V8, but also the rumble of the dual exhaust will likely be your favorite soundtrack. But this build is far more than just a powerful presence. There are also features such as an upgraded Mustang II-style independent front suspension, power steering, front disc brakes, and a three-speed automatic transmission. Starting to get the full picture? While everyone just sees a cool classic car, you get to experience far more modern luxury from behind the wheel.
This is the hot rod that's comfortable enough for the morning commute. Finding a custom so complete and turnkey ready for fun is a deal that you know will be going fast. Call today!!!
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