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1933 Ford Model 40 Real steel Old School Hot Rod

800 MILEAGE
Coupe BODY TYPE
383 roller motor ENGINE
Automatic TRANSMISSION
Gasoline FUEL

1933 Ford Model 40 Description:

This is an all steel true old school hot rod registered in California. It's an original Henry Ford Model 40 1933 Ford with vintage year-of-manufacture license plates. The car has only been driven approximately 800 miles since undergoing a complete ground-up restoration. The body is not chopped but has been channeled over the frame - easily undone if desired. Build receipts are included in a build binder. The body work, paint, and fabrication were completed by Paul Sheehy (a noted builder with cars winning awards in numerous car shows in California). All reasonable offers will be considered. Buyer is responsible for shipping. Car can be stored for 30 days if needed. This car is offered locally and on other sites. I reserve the right to end listing early. The car includes the following:

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  • New Chevy BluePrint Engines 383 roller motor (430 hp, 450 ft/lb torque) with new Holley 750 cfm double-pumper carb, and Pertronix Flame-Thrower III distributor.
  • New TCI StreetFighter TH350 transmission with lokar shifter
  • New SpeedWay Ford 9 inch rear-end with new Richmond PowerTrax third member
  • New SpeedWay brake kits - 11 inch front disc brakes and 11 inch rear drum brakes with new SpeedWay frame-rail mounted power booster/master brake cylinder kit.
  • New SpeedWay Ford forged dropped front spindles, new Super Bell drilled I-beam front axle, and new chrome Super Glide front leaf spring
  • New QA1 adjustable front and rear shocks
  • New four bar front suspension with panhard bar and tradition manual steering (ford manual steering box rebuilt)
  • Rear ladder bar rear suspension with panhard bar and new coilers-overs.
  • New Stewart-Warner gauge set
  • New SpeedWay 22-circuit wiring harness
  • New Tanks Inc. 16-gallon gas tank with Holley black electric fuel pump and pressure regulator
  • All new plumbing (cooling, fuel, transmission cooling, brake lines)
  • Rebuilt brass radiator using waterless coolant
  • Headlights are a set of Trippe driving lights from the 1930’s (installed on Packards, Rolls Royces, and Pierce Arrows) that have been rebuilt with halogen bulbs.
  • The seats are true aluminum racing seats that are similar to bomber style from Kirkey

Features:

Item location:Cottonwood, California, United States
Year:1933
Mileage:800
Make:Ford
Model:Model 40
Type:Coupe
Color:Black
Interior color:Black
Engine:383 roller motor
Cylinders:8
Fuel:Gasoline
Transmission:Automatic
Drive type:RWD
Vehicle Title:Clean