1933 Ford Roadster – SOLD!

May 2020 | Sold Cars

March 1, 2021 Update – This great street rod is now sold.  While this one got away, please contact Rudy directly at 877-468-6497 (877-GO-TO-GWR) if you’d like to find something similar.

The vast majority of 1932-1934 vintage Ford bodies eventually found their ways into the hands of car enthusiasts who chopped, channeled, and removed fenders in their quest to make a lighter weight, better performing car.  Consequently, one often forgets just how stylish stock versions of these cars were.

GuysWithRides.com is pleased to offer this beautiful full-fendered, all-steel, ’33 rumble-seat-equipped Roadster Hot Rod for those enthusiasts who prefer a more stock looking Hot Rod.  The current owner based in Central New Jersey is currently asking $50,000 for their ’33 Ford Hot Rod.  If you are serious about purchasing this stunning roadster, you can start the conversation by calling Bert at (609) 234-2515 and if he doesn’t answer, please be sure to leave a message so that he can call you back.

The reddish-brown exterior paint of this hot rod is in excellent condition, needing nothing more than a fresh coat of wax before heading to your first meet with it.

The builder of this all-steel hot rod elected to follow the tried-and-true path of fitting the car with a 350 small block Chevrolet V8 sending power through a Turbo-Hydramatic 350 automatic transmission for low-effort and reliable cruising.

What really sets this roadster apart is the gorgeous two-town reddish-brown vinyl with corduroy-like inserts for what appear to be Mustang II vintage seats and door panels.  The same theme carries through to the rumble seat in the rear.  The GM Turbo-Hydramatic 350 relies on a B&M floor-mounted rachet shift to change gears.  This car also features a brand new convertible top.

Ford Roadsters did not feature an enclosed storage trunk, but rather a “rumble seat” for two.  The nice material of the interior is carried though to the rare and even includes a set of properly mounted seat belts for the passengers once they climb aboard.  The builder of this Hot Rod elected to place the battery in this location for better weight balance and easier access.

The builder of this rare hot rod elected to use aftermarket true wire wheels combined with black wall tires to really set the look of this roadster right.

If you’ve always had your heart set on an early thirties Ford roaster, this well-built, full-fendered, and all-steel example is ready to cruise and hard to beat.  Thank you for looking and good luck with the purchase!


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