• Stock:

    0201-NSH

  • Engine Size:

    383 V8

  • Transmission Type:

    3 Speed Automatic

  • Miles:

    569 (Unknown)

  • Location:

    Nashville, Tennessee

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  • Estimated Monthly Payment

    $384.90

    (based on 20% down over 120 months)

STEEL BODY, BUILT 383 STROKER W/ WEIAND BLOWER, HUGE M/T TIRES, NICE 5 WINDOW!

Every time you look at this 1930 Ford five-window hot rod, you're going to discover another great feature. From the supercharger, to the upgraded suspension, to the dual four-barrels, to the custom interior, to the copper paint – this coupe is a true stunner.

The body is a genuine steel coupe, chopped and smoothed just enough, but retains the upright good looks of Henry's original design. Of course no one in the 1930s could have imagined we'd have the kind of modern metallic paints we have today. The copper on this car is the result of a serious investment in high quality paint, a professional hand, and plenty of clearcoat. It's such a great look that other pieces were painted, too, like the radiator surround and chassis. These are difficult and costly additions, but the result is a uniform build that makes the whole hot rod appear candy-coated. The American Racing Torq Thrust wheels are true classic icons, and the extra wide rear set gives you the iconic Saturday night hero stance.

When you open the door, the tan leather seat is quite inviting and even set to accommodate taller drivers. But that's not what will really grabs your attention. A cool custom car like this usually has flames running down the sides, and this one does, too... on the inside! The custom side panels give this interior that added touch people love to see at the car shows. Beyond that are all the right ingredients for a proper hot rod. You have a tall floor-mounted chrome shifter and a matching three-spoke steering wheel. Mounted to the steering column is a large SunPro tach, and in the exterior-matching copper-colored panel is a full set of Shark gauges.

You'll love looking out the windshield and gazing over that huge bright air grabber. Because just below that you know lies a beastly motor. This is a 383 stroker V8 with a huge Weiand supercharger and dual Holley four-barrel carburetors. The motor looks so fantastic that we dare you to find another component that could be polished. But beyond just looking great, it gets the fundamentals right with features like and aluminum radiator and electric fan. Those straight pipes make a ferocious growl, and the three-speed automatic transmission with 3500 RPM stall makes sure this one stays in the powerband - so this beast's bite match its bark. Power like this need the right kind of control, that's why there's an independent suspension up front and a four-link coilover rear. There's a four-wheel disc brake package (Wilwood units up front,) and the massive 29x15.5 Mickey Thompson rear tires are exactly what you want for traction off the line.

It takes time, money, and willpower to create something this thoroughly well built. Or you can skip ahead in the trophy line by picking up this award-worthy, turnkey hot rod today. Call now!!!

Features

Leather Seats, Four Wheel Disc Brakes

Documentation

Drivetrain

Engine Type
Gasoline
Engine Size
383 V8
Transmission Type
3 Speed Automatic

Body

Body Or Basic Color
Copper
Body Style
Coupe
Doors
2

Basic

Year
1930
Make
Ford
Model
5 Window Coupe
Miles
569 (Unknown)

Interior

Interior Or Basic Color
Tan
Seating Type
Bench
Seat Material
Leather
Shifter Type
Floor
Center Console
No

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