Motoexotica Classic Cars
2340 Cassens Dr.
St. Louis, MO
St. Louis, MO
1933 Ford Model 40 Three-window Coupe Original all steel Ford body GM 502 crate CID big-block V-8 engine (code ZZ502) - 461 hp and 558 lbs-ft. Turbo Hydramatic 400 three-speed automatic transmission Black exterior and black leather interior Coach doors and dual rear center exhausts Air-conditioning, tilt steering wheel, power seats Orion 2150 SX 300-watt amplifier Documentation includes a folder of invoices, parts receipts, etc. The Beach Boys' "Lil' Deuce Coupe" was more than a song to the Baby Boom Generation when they were young; it was an anthem. While we don't have a 1932 Ford Deuce on offer here, it's the next closest thing - a 1933 three-window Model 40 coupe. It has been owned by the same owner since 1994 and restored twice in the last 28 years. Finished in black, the paint and trim are in excellent order. The car's bodywork is straight and solid. The engine bay is extremely tidy. Note: the car has no bumpers and only a driver-side windshield wiper. The cargo area is in almost immaculate condition. It rolls on Cooper Zeon ZPT radials, size 205/40R17 in front and Kumho Ecstasy radials in the back, size 255/55R18. Each tire is mounted on a Billet Specialty alloy wheel. All wheels and tire are in very good order. Under the hood is a fresh GM 502 CID crate big-block V-8 engine breathing via dual rear center exhausts. It makes 461 horsepower and nearly 500 lbs-ft of its total torque at only 1,500 rpm and has a 8.75:1 compression ratio. Backing this engine is a Turbo Hydramatic 400 three-speed automatic transmission. Driver convenience features include air-conditioning, a tilt steering column and power seats. Open the coach (rear-hinged) door to find black leather interior ready to greet you. The black buckets are in excellent order, as is the matching carpet. The headliner is in similar shape and there's a three-spoke aftermarket steering wheel that tilts. The dash and inner door liners look great. The floor-mounted shift lever is topped by a skull for a touch of whimsy. The modern audio system is connected to a trunk-mounted Orion 2150 SX 300-watt amplifier. Documentation includes a folder of invoices and parts receipts, etc. When the Model 40 and the new B were introduced February 9, 1933, revisions of the car were substantial, especially considering how important the 1932 change had been. For its second year, the wheelbase was stretched, from 106?to 112?inches on a new crossmember frame. The grille was revised, gaining a pointed forward slope at the bottom which resembled either a?spade, a?Medieval?shield, or possibly the 1932?Packard Light Eight?in general outline, anyway. Both the grille and hood louvers curved down and forward. The overall design and grille were inspired by the English Ford Model Y. Streamlining was further accentuated by the new hood which now covered the cowl, giving an impression of more length. In addition, there were more rounded and skirted fenders and new, elegantly bowed bumpers. Headlamp support bars were no longer in use, and there were new wire wheels. The cars got a new dashboard with instruments set in an oval insert in front of the driver. There was a glove box on the passenger side.? If you have always wanted an early '30s Ford, this is one of those opportunities knocking so stop by MotoeXotica Classic Cars today to check out this beautiful, black Ford that is ready to roll. VIN: 1844941433 This car is currently located at our facility in St. Louis, Missouri. Current mileage on the odometer shows 6,665 miles. It is sold as is, where is, on a clean and clear, mileage exempt title. GET OUT AND DRIVE!!! Note: Please see full terms and conditions listed below that pertain to the purchase of any said vehicle, thank you.
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