ORIGINAL STEEL BODY FORD, FRESHLY REBUILT FLATHEAD V8, RARE RUMBLE SEAT, NICE!
What's this? A real-deal 1933 Ford Coupe?! This cool classic was the hot rod of its time, and today it's exceptionally rare because it survived the 50s and 60s without being stripped like all its brothers.
An all-steel, original-style 1933 Ford coupe body is a true rare gem. The styling is iconic, but most of these were harvested for hot rods decades later. That's why you're going to get a lot of attention at the car shows. The original Ford steel is straight, complete, and beautiful. The paint has been updated over this coupe's long lifetime, but that's hard to tell because it's always been done with period-correct lacquer. Nothing on this coupe looks out of place from the first-year deep "V" pointed grille to the wire-wheel spare mounted above the shiny rear bumper. And of course, you can't miss the whitewall tires. It's even great in the details with pinstriping and the right amount of patina to make you eligible for survivor awards.
Open the suicide door, and it still looks like 1933 inside. The cloth was replaced a while ago – just enough to erase decades of use, but long enough time has passed so peering eyes will likely assume its all original. Classic motoring means a large grippy steering wheel and a bright, clear speedometer. No one has tried to ruin this time machine with aftermarket parts like air conditioning. Instead, this thoroughly correct interior means raising the front windshield and rolling down the back window to get your ventilation the way they did a few generations ago on your family tree. But if that's still not enough air for some people, you can open up the back and let them get all they want with the leather-trimmed rumble seat.
The logos on the grille and hubcaps let you know to expect Ford's famous 221 cubic-inch flathead V8 under the hood. One look at the engine bay, and you'll swear it's a time machine. But take a closer look, and you'll see an investment in keeping this one reliably on the road. The engine was rebuilt around 600 miles ago. Plus, there's a rebuilt Stromberg carburetor, new starter, and new gas tank. The powerplant is mated to a three-speed manual that's geared for good in-town driving. It all proves this '33 coupe is not a trailer queen... this old gal is a true classic driver.
It's rare to find a 30s Ford coupe so clean and unmolested. This one is complete right down to the cool dips in the bumpers. You'll even get a file of maintenance records to see how special this coupe really is. Call today!!!
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