This 1930 Ford Model A Tudor is a monster dual-quad supercharged V8 build with nitrous, but there\'s far more to it than just pure power. It\'s a well-done total package that even gives you an A/C interior. And the design on everything from the button-top seats, to the rear trunk, keep a cool classic vibe going in this vintage hot rod.
This is a very cool street machine. The black on the steel body was laid down nicely to give a smooth look to this forward-leaning intimidation machine. It also makes for a great canvas to lay down the pink flames on top. Not only is the vivid color distinct, but it\'s also part of a comprehensive accenting package that includes details on the engine, suspension, and wheels. The fenders are poliform to accommodate those larger tires, and it also allows for more details, like the frenched blue-dot taillights. Four-inches chopped out of the roof, King Bee headlights, hand-etched glass, and a \'32 Ford radiator shell are all part of this car\'s hot rod flair. Even with all this serious street machine style, the canvas roof, rear trunk, and rear bumper all have that classic pre-war Ford feel that shows this wild build still has a vintage heart.
Open the door to a very cool presentation. The seats look like they belong in a living room, and they are just as comfortable. In fact, this is a full professional-built custom interior, and the plush button-top velour on the seats and matching door panels are more luxurious than what Ford gave you in the 1930s. But it still just feels right in a classic like this. There are more great amenities, like power windows, an AM/FM/CD stereo, and cold-blowing air conditioning. You have a sports steering wheel on a tilt column, tall floor shifter, and the full gauge package dominating the dash is going to come in handy when you fire up the monster on the other side of the windshield.
You\'ve been staring at the motor the whole time, and now here are all the big details. It\'s a 350 cubic-inch V8 bored .030 over with a mild camshaft. On top is a huge 671 blower and dual Holley 650 CFM four-barrel carburetors. The motor looks so fantastic that we dare you to find another component that could be polished or pinked. But beyond just looking great, it gets the fundamentals right with features like steel-braided hoses, an MSD ignition, Optima red top battery, and an electric fan. Those shorty headers do a terrific job of adding to both the power and the rumble of this custom. The total package is said to make a whopping 600 horsepower. But for those who don\'t think that\'s enough, there\'s also a nitrous kit that should get it to 800 horsepower total! You are in full control thanks to a strong TH400 three-speed with manual valve body. There are stout components under the car, including a Specialty Engineering Chassis, Pete and Jake\'s Batwing mounts, a four-link front, and four-wheel power disc brakes.
The sale comes with build receipts, restoration photos, service manuals, and a full breakdown of all this car\'s amazing custom pieces. You could spend years building the ideal big power Model A, but if you\'re quick enough, you can just drive this one home now instead. Call now!
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