1931 Ford 5 Window
Price: $49,000.00 Ad Number: #15481
1931 Ford 5 Window
Price: $49,000.00 Ad Number: #15481
SELLER INFORMATION
Listed By: GoodGuysAdsHRH
Seller Number: Show Seller Phone (386) 986-6314
Posted: Mar 25
Location: FLAGLER BEACH, FL
CAR SPECIFICATIONS
Price: $49,000.00
Year: 1931
Make/Model: Ford 5 Window
Drive Type: -
Mileage: 21,000
Doors: Two Door
Body Type: Other
Transmission: Manual
Fuel Type: -
Engine: 8 Cylinder
Exterior Color: Hotrod black
Description:
31 Ford Coupe Highboy built in the “traditional Hotrod style”. The original FoMoCo steel body has been chopped 3 ½ inches, roof not filled and original visor molded to roof. The side windows roll down and windshield opens out clearing the functional 32 cowl vent. The Rootlieb hood is louvered, as is the locking rear deck and the hood is held down by Lime Works leather straps. The original 32 grill shell surrounds an aluminum radiator and has a stainless steel grill insert. Headlights are original BLC shells with polished stainless steel mounts. Front LED turn signals are integrated in the stainless spreader bar, rear turn signals are combined with the 39 Chev tail/brake lights. The body sits on a custom 32 frame made for the 28-31 A body, pinched in front, narrowed in the rear, boxed throughout and braced with tube steel and notched. Suspension includes multi leaf transverse springs, Pete and Jakes shocks, split bones in front and ladder bars at rear. Front axle is a 32 commercial drop axle, rear is a Ford 9 inch with Currie 31 spline axles. Lug pattern is 5x5 inch so no spacers needed. Wheels are USA made American Rebel, 15” front 16” rear, media blast finish including lug nut covers with polished Trigo knock offs. Radial tires are Excelsior Stahl rear, Michelin XZX front. Vega cross steering with Ididit Classic column and leather wrapped sprint style steering wheel. Body and frame are painted with Dupont Standox satin black. Original fire wall and 36 Ford dash are painted high gloss white. Transmission is a GM Tremec 6 speed manual with a custom round Hurst shifter and 8 ball. Engine is a Chevrolet small block 350/383 cu in stroker with 4 bolt main caps. Engine includes iron heads, Scorpion rockers, Rams Horn iron exhaust manifolds, Edelbrock aluminum intake, Holley 650 4 barrel with electric choke and vacuum secondaries, finned aluminum valve covers and matching air cleaner housing, standard distributer with Pertronix module and coil, high torque starter, Vintage Air 6 blade SS fan. Exhaust system is 2½ inch mandral bent steel tubing welded to 3 bolt flanges making system is easily removable for service. Mufflers are Magna Flow stainless steel. Brake and clutch master cylinders and pedal set is by Wilwood. Front brakes are original Buick finned aluminum drums with Nelson Welding back plates, rear brakes are standard Ford 11 inch drums and include working emergency brakes. Rear wheel cylinders are new as are axle seals and pinion seal. Fuel pump is electric and regulated at the fire wall. Vintage Air A/C and integrated heater keep the cabin comfortable year round. Bench seat is upholstered in black pleated Naugahyde with matching door panels and head liner. German square weave carpet and protective mats cover the sound deadened steel floor. New Optima battery is located behind the bench seat under a custom upholstered box. Dash board is from a 1936 Ford and includes a locking glove box, custom instrument panel containing Stewart Warner gauges. Locking trunk is finished with the same materials as the interior and includes a 10 gallon steel fuel tank with a Harley Davidson fuel filler. Other features include, seat belts, turn signals, high/low beam, third brake light and horn. All glass is lightly tinted, not tinted film. Accent striping can be removed, if desired, without damaging base paint.