Classic Car Facts
Stunning custom ... Monarch Orange ... Orange & White interior ... 350 CID V-8 ... Automatic ... A/C ... Power disc brakes ... All steel ...
If you’re looking for a drop-dead gorgeous street rod with plenty eye-appeal, look no further than this stunning all-steel 1933 Ford Model 40 Deluxe 5-window Coupe.
Finished in Monarch Orange, this looker’s finish has a nice luster that is further enhanced by its distinctive grille and other brightwork. A set of deep dish wheels with baby moons and trim rings provide additional pop, as do its wide white wall tires. Its heavily chromed engine compartment, complete with a 1950s style air cleaner, completes the package.
This coupe’s custom interior is equally impressive, featuring bucket seats upholstered in flashy Orange and White vinyl that echo its exterior color. You’ll also appreciate this street rod’s many comfort and convenience features, including a tilt steering wheel, air conditioning, and an updated AM/FM stereo. A full complement of VDO gauges will keep you informed about what’s going on with those eight cylinders in front of you, and its ingenious center arm rest—copped from an airplane seat—will have you driving in comfort.
Between the front bumper and windshield you will find a new SBC 350 CID V-8 crate motor that generates 195 horsepower. The engine is mated to a 700 4-R automatic transmission. Other mechanical upgrades include the following:
The clear Ohio title reflects its 9,900 miles as actual, but total mileage is unknown.
If a stunning street rod with plenty of eye appeal is what you desire, this 1933 Ford Model 40 Deluxe 5-window coupe is the one for you!