1933 Ford Cabriolet
The 1933 Ford Cabriolet is already a legend on wheels. But when you find one with a super-slick presentation, all the right upgrades (including A/C), and plenty of V8 power, you know this is a standout amongst standouts. This is a custom build for those who love a slick presentation. After all, that blue paint has so much clearcoat that it gives a whole new dimension to the classic Ford curves. And the metallic element radiates every time you take this sunshine-friendly droptop out for a cruise. Plus, because this is a strong steel body, those tight gaps and nearly seamless bodylines are secure. On a quality custom build like this, of course there's terrific brightwork, too. The waterfall grille, shapely chrome bumpers, headlight surrounds, chrome exhaust tips, and 17-inch polished Foose wheels all compete with that slick blue for shine. If you like the way the tan blue folding roof looks against the blue, then you're going to love it even more when you take it down to reveal the tan suede interior. It's absolutely premium presentation that even returns the exterior blue on the dash, shift boot, seats, and on the door panels where this proudly announces it's a '33 (you'll also see a similar treatment in the trunk.) It's a total uniform package inside and out that is worthy of awards. But more than just showing off, a custom like this is meant to be truly comfortable. That's why you have terrific individual bolstering on the seats, a Lacarra steering wheel on a tilt column, Lokar shifter, and a full VDO gauge panel. Plus, there's an AM/FM/CD stereo and cold-blowing R134a air conditioning. And because the power windows nicely seal with the full convertible top, you get to choose to be fully enclosed or open to the world whenever you want. You might need to put on your sunglasses before looking under the hood. There's a great shine on the air grabber, matching valve covers, intake, compressor, and so much more. It's all set in an engine bay that's treated to the same slick blue as the exterior. And when you look beyond the style, there's the substance of a 350 cubic-inch small block that's been enhanced with an Edelbrock four-barrel carburetor, Edelbrock intake, and long tube headers. It fires up readily with a sweet sound out of the dual exhaust. And don't just listen to the rumble; follow its path in our undercarriage photos. There you'll spot cool hot rod style pieces (like the four-link front end,) and great upgrades (like the four-wheel disc brakes.) Plus, with a three-speed automatic transmission and the modern grip of Toyo tires, you have a custom machine that's easy to enjoy everywhere. When a custom build looks this good and has so many amenities, you know it's a no-compromises kind of build. So if you demand the best, call today!!!