800 Derita Road, Ste. A
This 1933 Ford Roadster just seems to be a bit smoother and sleeker than the other customs out there. And while you're admiring the slingshot style, don't forget to check out the strong small block V8, four-wheel disc brakes, overdrive transmission, luxury leather interior, and all the other pieces that make this so much more than just a looker.
This is a quality fiberglass body built by Alloway's Hot Rod Shop, and they have an award-worthy style. There is a true sleekness to this car. It looks like it was formed by the wind with the curvy waterfall grille and the raked windshield. Or maybe it was forged in fire by the way the amazing red paint has a bright burning glow. There's no need for bumpers, fenders, or extra trim to get in the way of one of the most attractive styles around. This is a proper classic street machine, and so there is classic American brightwork. But now it's showing off the performance side in places like the polished front suspension and Coys alloys with an aggressive 17/20 inch front/rear stance.
The interior has a freshness and elegance that deserves to always be on display in this roadster. It starts with comfy individual bucket seats finished in supple tan leather. The side panels, center console, carpet piping, and steering wheel are all done to match. Even the trunk is fully coordinated in this thoughtful and uniform build. There are even nice additions for a good cruiser like cup holders and an AM/FM/XM touchscreen infotainment system with USB and Bluetooth. But you can really tell the main focus is on you. There's a Lecarra sports steering wheel on a tilt column, a Lokar shifter, a four-speed automatic transmission with overdrive, and the bright red dash is dominated by clean white-faced gauges.
The piano hinge hood always looks cool when open. And the engine bay has the smooth firewall, polished components, and tidy style of a motor that wants to be on display. While this is stylish, you also have the substance of a 302 cubic-inch V8 with a four-barrel carburetor on top. And the glasspack style dual exhaust has a terrific V8 tune. But don't just listen to it; check out the cool fully wrapped pipes in the undercarriage photos. There you'll also spot the ultra-clean color-matched frame that shows off this car's strength. There's also the tubular control arm independent front end, a four-link rear suspension, Currie 9-inch rear axle, and both adjustable coilovers and disc brakes behind each wheel. So this sleek roadster is also capable of some powerful moves.
Fresh, sleek, supple, powerful, and all-around awesome... this is the bright red roadster that you know you need in your garage. Call now!
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