This 1933 Ford Highboy Roadster just seems to be a bit longer and sleeker than the others out there, and that\'s because it is! So check out everything from the V8 power to the XL interior, and soon you\'ll discover a terrifically coordinated custom that has more to offer.
There is a true sleekness to this car. It looks like it was formed by the wind with the curvy waterfall grille and the raked two-piece windshield. And there\'s a subtle gold pinstripe to help highlight the curvy full-length style line built into this Ford design. It\'s such a beautiful and pure design that they finished it in a glossy white. There\'s no need for bumpers, fenders, or extra trim to get in the way of one of the most attractive styles around. This is a proper classic street machine, and so there is classic American brightwork on places like the headlight surrounds, polished front suspension, and Weld alloys. It all feels like tasteful additions that add flair without taking away from the clean design.
Inside, you\'re going to notice an immediate difference from many of the other Ford hot rods out there. You have two individual seats, and they are set far back from the doors. It gives the kind of extra legroom that makes this one of the few street machines that can accommodate taller people in comfort. In fact, with the well-bolstered seating and the Lecarra steering wheel mounted on a tilt column, this one was really built to be far more accommodating than many others you may have seen. Even the dash is quite well done with a full VDO gauge panel and an AM/FM/cassette stereo for your favorite driving tunes.
Grab your sunglasses before looking under the hood. The smooth walls of the engine bay draw your attention to the bold blue block and a ton invested in polished components. More than just an outstanding shine, you\'re looking at the substance of a 350 cubic-inch V8 that has been enhanced with a Carter competition series four-barrel carburetor, hi-rise aluminum intake, and a sweet-sounding dual exhaust. Plus, this has good supporting components, like a HEI ignition and aluminum radiator w/electric fan. The strong TH350 three-speed automatic transmission feeds a stout 9-inch Ford rear end. And as you look at the tidy undercarriage, don\'t forget to spot features like the four-link front end and front disc brakes.
This is the cool roadster built to be a bit sleeker and offer more comfort. So it\'s distinction with practicality. That\'s the kind of packaging that will always move fast. Call today!!!
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Streetside Classic Cars is one of the largest consignment sales showrooms in the country. We can arrange both domestic and international shipping and financing. Over 125+ cars in stock.