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$255,000

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Rays Rods
516 E. Bristol St
Elkhart, IN
574-849-5323

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MILEAGE
--

YEAR
1933

ENGINE
8

LOCATION
Elkhart, IN

STOCK
2123 l l

FULL SPECS

Year 1933
Mileage --
Engine 8
Doors 2
Transmission Manual
Make Ford
Model 3 Window

3 Window 1933

Title Status Clear
Exterior Color --
Interior Color --

DESCRIPTION

We are pleased to offer this incredible, one-of-a-kind, award winning, turnkey, magazine car/show car affectionately Please note that it is right hand drive and currently located in Australia. Converting it back to left hand drive if desired is very doable and reasonable. VIN # is SN2613388 and engine number is V817P.

This car has been invited to participate in the Meguiar's MotorEx Superstars show (Feb. 2021) in Australia. Approx. 60 of the best cars that were built over the last 20 years are invited to participate in the prestigious competition. The grand champion will be crowned and this car has a great chance of winning best car of all time in Australia. That says a lot about the quality of this car. As they say however, it's quite an honor just to be invited.





Starting with the body, it was in great shape when handed over to Deuce Customs in Melbourne, Australia. They braced it out, did the 3” roof chop, filled the opening in the roof, the firewall remade and recessed. A new floor was created and fitted throughout leaving the show finish needed ( beautiful job ). An 80 liter fuel tank fabricated and mounted behind the seat. A lot of time went into the original fenders to show quality and fit, the front fenders were joined to the running boards for that clean flowing look. The tilt hood was made up from an original, again to wow at shows. Deuce Customs also did a massive amount of smaller tasks such as fitting the air conditioning and the condenser mounted at the rear, the '39 tail lights, the flush mount gas filler, door hinges shaved etc. Electric windows were fitted, the trunk now also is opened by remote. The body was made ready for the mold to be taken to create the countless fiberglass bodies sold world wide and then handed over to the paint shop where 9 coats of Hot House green were applied.



Alongside Deuce Customs, a company called Rod City went to work on the original chassis where it was boxed, smoothed, X member fitted, and the extra members needed for suspension and engine etc. The chassis was stepped and tubbed. The narrowed Ford 9” was fitted along with the parallel 4 bar coil overs. A fully detailed independent front end was fitted with rack and pinion. The brake lines were run through the chassis for the clean look, A custom bench seat was fabricated, seat belt mounts, and a host of other details.





The drivetrain is a 4 bolt 350 bored 0.10” with Arias blower pistons, 8”1, steel crank, all internals balanced and blueprinted, Crow cam, Melling oil pump, Edelbrock aluminum heads, Weiand blower manifold, 671 blower, 2 x Holley 650 detailed carbs, Weiand polished water pump and MSD ignition.



Detailed air compressor, alternator, starter motor, polished oil pan, custom headers, custom engine mounts. Instead of de – burring the block, custom made polished aluminum covers that fit under the engine mounts and hug the motor and makes the engine look like a block of aluminum were fabricated. Looks fantas and duly noticed by the show judges. Scatter shield bell housing is a fully chromed unit, the gearbox is a Ford top loader 4 speed with every part fully chromed. The driveshaft is a heavy duty fully chromed and polished. The differential is a Ford 9” LSD polished Strange unit.



The brakes are all disc, the calipers polished and detailed. The rotors chromed with braided lines. Detailed booster and master cylinder. Custom made pedal assembly fully polished.



The interior is simple and clean and has a tremendous air of class. Quality leather was used along with Mercedes Benz carpeting and headliner, Billet Speciality steering column and wheel. The latest Dakota needle gauge set, seat belts, billet handles, electric windows, (the switches and controls they are all hidden above the driver in the headliner). The complete interior is beautifully finished. The trunk is finished to the same high standard.



Head lights used are '34 commercial with the turn signals fitted into the buckets. The grill is the cars original and its been restored to a beautiful finish. The radiator is a Walker with a electric fan. The wheels are a new set hand made from Real Rodder with Spinners 15” x 12” and 15” x 5". Tires are Hoosier. The car runs and drives beautifully. It's currently not for sale in Australia nor has it been. This is the first time that it's been on the market since the 90's. Quite a rare opportunity. Owner would be over-joyed if the car went back to America

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