614 E. Auto Center Dr.
Slick, speedy, and an overall thoughtful build, this 1933 Ford Coupe is a thoughtful total build over every inch - right down to the undercarriage. So look over the well-coordinated style, loaded A/C interior, powerful V8, and upgraded suspension w/four-wheel disc brakes. It all comes together to make the kind of package that gets you ready for awards the moment this leaves the showroom.
The cool streamlined nose instantly gets your immediate attention. It's a race-inspired look where the whole car tapers to make it a true focal point. And while that is part of a vintage competition style, the hood scoop also lets you know this is a much more modern build. Of course, the sleek styling, shaved door handles, sport mirrors all point to a more modern machine, too. It's a fiberglass car with steel engine side panels, and it sits on a custom chassis. So you have the right balance of lightweight and strength. But while the construction is modern, you still get the right classic custom street machine pieces. The king bee style headlights, chrome waterfall grille, and a chopped-top style coupe profile. And speaking of the profile, the channeled body and extra-large rear tires give you that intimidating forward-leaning stance we all love. The whole package is wrapped in a slick place, and the hand-laid red pinstriping sets this one apart as a means and custom machine
The thoughtful style continues inside. The suicide doors close flush to meet the dash and the center console flows all the way through the rear. So this coupe really envelopes you. The dual bucket seats are modern units that know how to provide all-day comfort. They are finished in a tasteful brown that's continued on the door panels, shift boot, headliner, and even the trunk. This has the right modern features for easy enjoyment, like power windows and cold-blowing air conditioning. Plus, it loves to be a driver's coupe with a sports steering wheel, tilt column, Lokar shifter, and a dash full of bright Classic Instruments gauges.
The engine bay has an award-worthy level of style. After all, an investment in a ton of polished pieces always looks great, but this one takes it a step further. You also have a custom striping package on the air grabber and the valve covers done to match. Not only is it stylish, but it's also powerful. You have a Chevy 350 cubic-inch V8 upgraded with an Edelbrock four-barrel carburetor, Offenhauser intake, and shorty headers feeding the center-exit dual exhaust. There are even the right supporting components, like an MSD ignition and upgraded pulleys with a serpentine belt. As you look underneath, you'll see a strong setup on which you have the right suspension components like a polished four-link drop axle front end, and the rear is also a four-link that has a diagonal link and Pete & Jakes adjustable coilovers. Add in four-wheel disc brakes, a three-speed automatic transmission, and the grip of modern tires, and this custom coupe knows how to hit the streets.
This is the ultra-slick street machine that was built with added care and added flair. So if you're looking to take center stage at the car show tomorrow, you need to call today!
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