Streetside Classics-Dallas/Fort Worth
5400 Sandshell Dr
Fort Worth, TX
Fort Worth, TX
This 1933 Ford 3-Window Coupe Factory Five is like taking a blue oval victory lap. It gives you some of the best from Ford with a super-sleek \'33 hot rod design and under the hood is a 32-valve V8 from a Mach 1. And the overall build is a low-mileage one-owner passion project that has all the best features, including a luxury leather interior, air conditioning, a sports suspension, and four-wheel disc brakes.
Factory Five are the ones you know for some of the best Shelby Cobra replicas around, and so when they turn their attention to another icon like the \'33 Ford, the same speedy lessons apply. The body is designed from day one to be low, mean, sleek, and capable. It\'s not cheap to build one right, but the investments are worth it. After all, you see how striking this one is from every angle. The grille dips low and angled to pierce the air ahead. The chassis is fully channeled into the body. The Billet Specialties wheels have the right amount of size stagger to keep the stance low while also giving you the big rear rubber that makes a hot rod so mean. And there\'s a sleekness that eliminates anything unnecessary, right down to the door handles. Clearly, this has only left the garage for seldom pleasure trips, which explains why there\'s less than 3,200 miles on the car. That\'s why the paint retains the kind of awesome smoothness that will get this one a nickname like The Silver Bullet. And everything from the Frenched LED tail lights to the Ford side emblems that are also functional engine vents shows a commitment to detail that you get when a car is personally designed and built.
The interior is a lot of fun because they loaded it with luxury while also giving you some Cobra-like performance gear. For example, you have classic low-back bucket seats and Simpson racing harnesses. But the two-tone leather is a supple and plush setup for true comfort. There are even matching door panels, coordinating full carpeting, smooth wood-like trim, and a cool Ford V8 headliner. It\'s built with the best in modern amenities, including power windows, power locks, and cold-blowing air conditioning. The stereo is a modern infotainment touchscreen that runs the AM/FM, Bluetooth, backup camera, and navigation system. It feels quite sporty with the polished sports steering wheel on the tilt column and a crisp set of backlit AutoMeter gauges. And the polished roll bar adds strength to the chassis while also just looking cool.
The engine bay is filled with blue oval power. This is the 4.6-liter 32-valve modular V8 borrowed from the Ford Mustang Mach 1. This was one of the best naturally aspirated fuel-injected engines that offered a hardy construction, multi-valve versatility, and all-out power. It only gets better on this example that has been upgraded with a Sullivan Performance intake and fuel rails. You\'ll also notice good supporting components like the aluminum radiator with an electric fan, steel braided lines, and the cool hydro-dipped valve covers for the carbon fiber look. It\'s a fully tuned powerhouse that makes a terrific rumble out of the dual exhaust. And big power is far from the whole story. Factory Five also builds an outstanding chassis. It\'s a strong setup on which you have the right suspension components with strong tubular steel arms for both the independent front end and a four-link rear. Add in four-wheel power disc brakes, electric power steering, and a stout four-speed automatic transmission with overdrive, and this mean machine is as good at eating up the highway miles as it is eating up the asphalt.
The sale comes complete with a screen for the grille and rear fender bras because this is the kind of \'33 replica that\'s even comfortable for long trips. And the build/owner\'s manual also comes with the sale. So as you look over the full package, you can see a thoughtfully done coupe that was built for performance fun. Call today!!!
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