800 Derita Road, Ste. A
We don't have to tell you this 1933 Ford Factory Five Roadster is a complete custom build because it already screams it from the super-sleek style. Plus, you'll also see the driver-oriented interior, performance fully independent suspension, four-wheel disc brakes, and the powerful 410+ hp LS3 V8. So your first impression is that this is the ultimate modern hot rod build, and as you dig deeper, it only gets better.
First off, you're looking at a body from the masters at Factory Five Racing. And you know they are precision gurus for style and speed. This loves to show off the performance-minded style in details like the low-dipping grille, frenched taillights, and LED turn signals in the crystal clear headlights for a streamlined style. Plus, the Factory Five alloy wheels not only add a terrific shine but also the staggered 17/18-inch size gives this an aggressive stance. The red paint is a single-stage application with the right hot rod style. It gives you the same kind of vibe if you like a matte street machine, or you can always upgrade to ultra-glossy if you want to maximize the sleekness. Best of all, there is an impressive amount of choice above the doorline. You have an awesome aerodynamic coupe, and the full top unbolts for a roadster. And from there, you can choose a racing roadster windshield or none at all. In fact, when the top is off, this looks even meaner, because everyone sees the race-ready roll bar.
The interior has plenty of performance style and plenty of useful substance. The suicide doors are finished in black and red and that sets up the full color theme for the inside. You have leather bucket seats that look and feel great on this low-mileage build. Full Simpson racing harnesses, a grippy Factory Five sports steering wheel, a polished tilt column, and a dash dominated by AutoMeter gauges get you ready for a sports car experience. But as a true modern build, you also have some nice added comforts, including power windows and cold-blowing air conditioning.
Tilt the hood forward to see a fantastic powerhouse. This classic-looking Ford has a very modern powerhouse with a Corvette's 6.2-liter LS3 V8. It's supported by the right pieces, including a March pulley system, an aluminum radiator with electric fan, and Hooker headers feeding into the dual exhaust and Flowmaster mufflers. The full package is putting down 413 horsepower at the rear wheels, and we have the dyno sheet to prove it! The 4L60 E four-speed automatic transmission was developed to handle LS motor power, and at the same time, it can deliver overdrive comfort via Connect and Cruise. Factory Five also builds an outstanding chassis. It's a strong setup on which you have the right suspension components like an independent A-arm front end, a 2015 Mustang independent rear, and adjustable coilovers all-around. Add in Wilwood four-wheel disc brakes, power steering, and the grip of modern performance tires, and this mean machine is quite confident on the asphalt.
The sale comes complete with build receipts, service manuals, and a dyno sheet. This is retro performance with all the right modern equipment. So don't miss out. Call now!
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