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FOR SALE: 1933 Ford Pickup $25,500 USD
Morgantown, PA

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1933 Ford Pickup A lot has been written about the history of hot rods. But the origin of hot rods can be pointed to just before the end of World War II. In fact, the craze for custom cars began even further back, to before World War I. Customizing cars was much popular with the well-heeled in the U.S. and Europe. The period between the end of the war in 1945 and the beginning of the 1950s saw a number of factors which came together, mainly in one place, southern California, which created a unique environment for the hot rod and its culture to be born. In hot rods history, the term hot rods seems to have first appeared in the late 1930s in southern California. People would love to race their modified cars on the vast, empty dry lake beds northeast of Los Angeles under the rules of the Southern California Timing Association. The activity rose in popularity after World War II. The original hot rods were old cars, most often Fords, which were modified to reduce weight and improve aerodynamics. Some of the typical modifications were to strip off all nonessential parts like convertible tops, hood, bumpers, windshields and lowering the chassis. The engine was modified by tuning and/or replacing with a more powerful type. These modifications were considered to improve the appearance as well, leading to car shows in the 1960s. Eventually coupes, sedans, and pickup trucks joined the ranks. For consignment, a 33 Ford pick that has been built with the who\'s who of parts. Utilizing a stretched Shadow Rods chassis, a No More Rust body, forward moved firewall and longer cab, a Ford SVO turbo powerplant, Ron Francis wiring, a custom dash, and Wiseguys custom seats the only thing left for you to do is some assembly and pick your paint color. Read on to learn about the sum of the parts that make up this 1 of a kind trick street rod, er truck. Exterior With body courtesy of the boys in Louisiana at No More Rust, we see a swept back Alumicraft thin bar chrome grille in a black corral. With chrome bullet bezel 1939 Chevrolet headlights flank the grille and are mounted to stalks growing from the frame and a steel hood and hood cowlings, also from No More Rust, a little chop for the top, and it was enough to make me stop...and gaze into the future hot rod show trophy land. Fiberglass doors are on, and the cab has been stretched 4 in this area making entrance and exit a breeze. This stretch works in conjunction with the firewall being moved 4 forward to give a much appreciated 8 of extra legroom for the occupants. Peeking out from below the grafted on drilled visor is a Newport Engineering direct fit wiper kit. Bringing up the rear is an all-steel bed with an unfinished floor giving us a view of all the rear suspension workings. Just below the tailgate are a pair of 1951 Nash taillights that look perfectly at home, especially with dual exhaust tips peeking out below. Wheelsmith red powder coated steel wheels adorn all 4 corners and are wrapped in like new Coker bias look wide whitewall radials. We note that while the doors have had their glass installed the front and rear windows are not included and a trip to your local glass shop will be in order. Interior A pop of the lightweight door, and we see nothing but cool custom aluminum bead rolled door panels in their natural finish, simple but effective in their statement and held within are power windows. Wise Guys custom low back bucket seats in Ultraleather have been added and present with red tuck and roll centers and smooth black bolsters. The driver\'s seat is already mounted, and the passenger\'s seat is included with the purchase. Moving forward, a 1951 Ford F1 dash has been carefully installed along with a custom lower extension and houses dual round Classic Industries gauge pods to monitor all engine vitals. An Ididit steering column has been bolted in with a smaller diameter 1940 Ford steering wheel topping it off. Moving across the dash we see the cut


  • Price$25,500 USD
  • Odometer99
  • Body Stylepickup_truck
  • Stock #3689

About This Dealership:

6180 Morgantown Road
Morgantown, PA

Classic Auto Mall is a world class consignment house located in southeastern Pennsylvania with indoor showroom space for up to 1,000 collectable and special interest vehicles offered for sale. We are conveniently located just west of Philadelphia.

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