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1933 Ford Sedan Delivery Street Rod
Tuned Port 350 CI, All Steel

An interesting bit of hot rod trivia is the fact that there are more early-’30s Fords registered in the State of California than were originally built, although a plurality, if not the majority, now use fiberglass bodies. Purists will appreciate the fact that this very sharp-looking 1933 Ford Sedan Delivery Resto Rod is based on an extremely rare Henry Ford-built all steel Sedan Delivery body. Power is generated by a highly detailed 350 CI Chevrolet small block engine equipped with Tuned Port Injection and exhaling spent gases through shorty tube headers and dual exhaust, with dual electric auxiliary fans and a heavy duty Walker aluminum radiator to keep things cool. Behind this powerhouse are a 350 Turbo Hydro-Matic transmission and 8-inch Ford rear end located with parallel leaf springs. The foundation for this eclectic rod is a fully upgraded stock frame that uses Mustang II front suspension and disc brakes all the way around to deliver modern-grade handling and stopping. The interior is a lesson in skilled upholstery work and detailed finishing. The bucket seats, storage compartment, doors and interior walls have been finished in custom Tan fabric and vinyl, with luxurious deep pile carpeting and a full array of amenities including a sharp Lecarra wood-rimmed billet aluminum steering wheel and tilt steering column, custom gauges, power windows, Vintage Air and a great sounding Kenwood stereo system. Brilliant Red paint, one-piece custom bumpers with stainless braces, an immaculate 1933 grille piece and rare Halibrand wheels are the perfect finishing touches on this great-looking all-metal rod.


- Extremely rare all steel Henry Ford built Sedan Delivery
- Tuned port fuel injected 350 CI engine highly detailed
- Turbo Hydra-Matic transmission
- 8" Ford rear end with painted differential
- Vintage air conditioning
- Power windows
- Upgraded stock frame
- Parallel leaf springs
- 4-wheel disc brakes
- Mustang II front suspension
- Headers and dual exhaust
- Custom interior
- Tilt steering column and Lecarra wheel
- Walker radiator with auxiliary fans
- Kenwood stereo system and custom dash and gauges
- Halibrand wheels
- One piece custom bumpers

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