1933 Ford Roadster
Price: $225,000.00 Ad Number: #15347
1933 Ford Roadster
Price: $225,000.00 Ad Number: #15347
Listed By: wolfrides
Seller Number: Show Seller Phone (864) 367-0744
Posted: Feb 10
Location: ANDERSON, SC
Price: $225,000.00
Year: 1933
Make/Model: Ford Roadster
Drive Type: -
Mileage: 187
Doors: Two Door
Body Type: Roadster
Transmission: Automatic
Fuel Type: Gasoline
Engine: 8 Cylinder
Exterior Color: Orange
BODY Custom coach-built aluminum body with steel supports and reinforcements built from an Eric Brockmeyer “late night” rendition and rear-view sketch. Custom formulated orange and white pearl clearcoat finish outside and underside Steel raked split grille frame with polished stainless steel 2.5mm mesh grille inserts Integral headrests formed into upper rear body Chrome billet aluminum bullet tri-bar halogen headlamps Chrome aluminum bullet LED park/signal lamps Chrome billet aluminum six-off functional hood side vents Chrome “cat eye” rear view mirrors Chrome billet aluminum LED taillamps set into rear body Sequential LED custom 3rd brake light Hidden automatic retracting license plate with backup camera and reverse lights All aluminum hood and bracing with one-off billet hood prop CHASSIS One-off sculptured rectangle tube and plate steel reinforced frame smoothed and color matched to body Heidt’s open wheel Independent Front Suspension with: Polished stainless steel upper and lower A-arms, spindles, ball joint caps and tie rod ends Polished billet aluminum backing plates, coilover shocks with chrome springs, Wilwood 4 piston calipers and brake pad covers Stainless braided flex lines Chrome rack and pinion steering Heidt’s Independent Rear Suspension with: Polished stainless steel control arms, pinion links, pinion support, strut rods and mounts, rear control arm tie bar, emergency brake caliper mounts and hardware Polished aluminum or billet Center housing, outer uprights, inboard caliper mount brackets, coilover shocks with chrome springs, outer bearing retainers, rotor to shaft adapters and Wilwood 4 piston calipers with brake pad covers Chrome plated half shafts, outer bearings, inner rotor mounts and hardware Ford 9-inch 31 spline 3.50 posi gearset Foose chrome “Legend” 17x8 and 20x10 wheels with BF Goodrich KDW2 225/45/17 and 295/45/20 radial high-performance tires and bullet acorn chrome lug nuts Stainless fuel and brake line and fittings concealed in frame rails Chrome power brake booster with chrome dual reservoir master cylinder and cap Griffin aluminum radiator with shrouded 16-inch 3000 CFM electric cooling fan Nothing protrudes below the frame rails from behind the front suspension to the front of the rear suspension for a clean chassis appearance and color coded covers for the offset driveshaft DRIVETRAIN Proformance Unlimited 418 CID stroker Windsor crate motor. Runs on premium pump fuel Forged crank, rods and pistons Dart aluminum heads Custom ground roller camshaft and rockers Edelbrock “Endurashine” Air Gap intake Edelbrock “Endurashine” 800 CFM “Thunder Series” carburetor MSD pro billet distributor, MSD Streetfire CDI ignition with rev limiter and Taylor 8MM wires Hi volume water pump with billet pulley 140 AMP chrome alternator with billet pulley and one-off polished billet brackets Engine turned aluminum valve covers and exhaust deflectors Chrome Holley fuel pump with braided stainless AN lines, nickel finish fittings and chrome fuel pressure gauge Chrome gear reduction mini high torque starter Ceramic coated headers with polished stainless 2.5-inch custom exhaust system, one-off turbo style 3 inch exhaust tips, and polished aluminum heat shields Polished stainless steel hardware and custom billet bracketry and parts throughout engine Performance matched C4 automatic transmission with performance 10-inch convertor, twin dual pass aluminum finned oil coolers and Dakota Digital gear shift sender INTERIOR One-off aluminum and steel fabricated modern design interior covered in cream and black leather Tea’s “Nostalgic” custom built seats with concealed cupholders in frame Classic Instruments “All American Nickel Series” gauges in custom Zebra wood veneer instrument panel with matching dash and door panel accents and LED blinker and high beam indicators Lokar billet digital gear shift indicator 14-inch Billet Specialties “Monaco” polished billet two-tone half wrap steering wheel and horn button with chrome tilt steering column, Flaming River turn signal arm mounted high beam micro-switch and polished stainless u-joints and shafts One-off polished billet hood release Billet brake and gas pedal Stainless steel gas pedal and footrest scuff panels Large screen (double DIN) Jensen stereo head unit with GPS, USB and automatic rear view camera 1600-watt Candy DS18 amplifier feeding two 6x9 JBL woofers, 8-inch Kicker subwoofer, 6-inch Boss component woofer and tweeter Vintage Air Gen II heat and defrost with one-off bezels and matching headlight switch Hurst V-Matic II dual mode shifter with muscle car knob and reverse lockout Chrome Lokar emergency brake handle Lighted power window switches, concealed 12v power supply and on-board battery trickle charger LED lighted large compartments in doors and large LED lighted glove box Power and manual door and trunk releases 3-point retractable seat belts Chrome fire extinguisher behind driver seat Padded leather upholstered trunk compartment with concealed gas filler, locking tool storage, polished billet trunk hinges and LED lighting This is truly a one of a kind custom ALUMINUM streetrod built by a Pebble Beach concours winning builder from a well-known artists' drawing. It has not been shown at any Goodguy's, NSRA or car club event and has only been to one afternoon cruise in and one single day fund raising event before Covid-19 broke out. I have since had a custom showboard made with the car info and pictures and a custom wheel held stand to display with the car at shows if desired. Attention to detail is outstanding as is the fit and finish throughout the build. I have the build and parts documentation, formulations for all of the paint colors, all the build pictures, manuals for build components and titling/registration documents and any information you may need about the car. Some build pictures can be seen at : www.rcstreetrods.homestead.com/33frindex.html This car is titled in South Carolina as a 1933 Ford Replica "Phantom" and is registered as the same.