800 Derita Road, Ste. A
Factory Five is known to be the masters in building classic Shelby Cobras with plenty of modern flair. So just imagine what they can do with an iconic 1933 Ford 3-Window Roadster. The 400+ hp LS3 power, modern suspension, A/C interior, two distinct body style choices, and so much more all prove this is a true stunner that's ready to own the pavement.
This one makes the scene the moment it comes into view. It might be a classic Ford style, but the paint is borrowed from a far more modern Corvette. It sets the tone perfectly for a vintage look that has modern moves: exactly what this car brings to the streets. This build was completed within the last few years and only has about 2,600 miles on it. That's how you get such a deep color that's show-ready. While the blue looks awesome on the rounded roof, the top unbolts. So yes, this gives you the option of commanding attention as a coupe or roadster all in one! Plus, the silver is a tastefully coordinated addition with the hood scoop, full-length silver streak, and the iconic grille with its dipping "V" pushed further forward to emphasize how this custom is a low-slung slingshot. And there are terrific details everywhere you look, like the cycle-style front fenders, frenched taillights, and the Schott polished alloys staggered at an aggressive 18/20 inches front/rear.
Inside, this one feels like a racecar. You have low-back bucket seats, classic competition seat belts, a grippy sports steering wheel, full AutoMeter gauge setup, and even toggle switches. But there's a ton of modern comfort and amenities intertwined with this performance setup. You get power windows, a tilt steering column, and an AM/FM/CD stereo. Plus, cold R134a air conditioning is great no matter if you're using this as a coupe or a roadster.
The hood scoop looks like its feeding a vintage carbureted hot rod engine, but when you open it up, you'll see something much more modern and much more impressive. That's a fuel-injected LS3 crate motor filling the engine bay. Yes, the same 6.2-liter engine that's made the Corvette and Camaro street-eating machines. It even has been upgraded with a Holley EFI intake and custom exhaust headers. It's a full package making 415 hp at the rear wheel, and we have the dyno sheet to prove it! You have full control over this huge power setup, because the stout 4L65E four-speed automatic transmission also has modern paddle shifters on the steering column. More than just brute force, Factory Five also builds an outstanding chassis that features unequal length A-arm control arms up front, and in the rear, there's a reinforced three-link with coilovers. Add in Wilwood drilled & slotted four wheel disc brakes, rack & pinion power steering, and the superior grip of modern Michelin Pilot Super Sports tires, and this has very modern moves within the classic Ford style.
The sale comes complete with build photos and build receipts. It all proves this is the distinct, premium, and powerful machine that you'll find irresistible on a daily basis. Call now!
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