1933 Ford Speedster All Steel Body Custom Show Car built for Good Guys Rod and Custom Association
Price: Call For Price Engine: Roush
402IR Ford Performance, 509 HP Transmission: Hughes Performance-Bowler
Steel Body Full Custom Built
You are viewing an absolutely stunning,
one of a kind, show quality, replica steel-bodied 1933 Speedster Roadster. The body is by American Speed
Company. Assembly and fabrication is by the Roadster Shop. This was the Goodguys Rod and Custom Association's Grand Prize
Giveaway car in 2008 and 2009. (The 2008 winner could not accept the car, so it was re-offered in 2009).
'33 Quick Specs: Assembly and Fabrication: The Roadster Shop Body: American Speed
'33, Rootlieb hood, the Roadster Shop roll pan and hood blisters Chassis: The Roadster Shop – Frame
rails contoured to follow body lines, Magnum Axle I Beam Engine: Fuel injected Roush Racing 402-inch small block
Ford Drivetrain: Hughes Performance C4 transmission, John's Industries Ford 9-inch Wheels:
Custom one off wheels from Intro Wheels Paint: PPG
PPG Candy Gold and Pearlescent Black contrasting paint with several top coats of clear.
The body is "stretched"
with a flip down steel insert in back of the seat to hide the full Black convertible top when stored.
with custom built side curtains at the engine compartment.
Custom grill and grill shell in front.
interior fitted with Black Ultra Leather seats and door panels.
Chrome tilt column and wheel.
Classic Instruments, Black loop carpet, power windows, power door locks, keyless entry, remote trunk release.
I-Beam solid front axle, monoleaf with shocks.
4-Bar four rear suspension with adjustable shocks.