800 Derita Road, Ste. A
Concord, North Carolina
Looking like pure horsepower on wheels, this 1929 Ford Roadster has a performance ZZ4 V8, thundering side pipes, and wheelie bars in the back. And best of all, this slick red total package is available for far less than you think a custom build like this should cost.
If you're going to build a rod, you may as well make it attention-grabbing. The bright red paint radiates confidence from the cool roadster curves. This is a Total Performance fiberglass body, and you can see the quality just by the way the light flows evenly from panel to panel. This classic is built to have a very modern and aggressive appearance. That's why you see a minimal amount of chrome. Instead, the brightwork is reserved to draw attention to some of the best performance pieces like the side exhaust, huge rear Weld racing wheels, and the Competition Engineering wheelie bars. So while we all respect this Ford's iconic silhouette, we also all can instantly see this is a very custom speedy machine.
The black removable top looks great complementing the blacked-out grille, but really this hot rod was meant to be open to the world. That's why you have a great-looking black leather interior. You'll enjoy slipping behind the custom wood and chrome steering wheel and gazing at the full set of gauges. Plus, the Lokar shifter is calling out for your right hand. There's even an AM/FM/CD stereo to let you listen to modern tunes in this very vintage looking ride.
The reason why those high-performance pipes are always on display for the world to see is because they are connected to a high-performance motor. The ZZ4 crate V8 is the kind of application that reliably delivers big power from Chevy's trustworthy 350 cubic-inch small block. And this motor has plenty of go-fast goodies like a Demon four-barrel carburetor, aluminum heads, aluminum valve covers, and custom headers. And if you don't like the Dynomax collector at the end of those thunderous pipes (although we LOVE it) the sale also comes with block-hugging headers that feeds a longer/quieter dual exhaust system. Regardless of how much rumble you have, this car can handle it all thanks to a stout TH350 three-speed automatic transmission that feeds an aluminum driveshaft and Ford 9-inch rear end. Out on the road the four-link drop axle up front and extra wide 30x13.50 Mickey Thompson tires in the rear make this feel like a true hot rod. Plus, the Wilwood front disc brakes are there for superior control.
A full performance build like this gets attention wherever it goes. We'll even keep the secret about how affordable it all was. But if you turn heads, you need to be first to grab this deal. Call now!