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1933 Ford Tudor Sedan

Posted by on February 7th, 2011 with 0 Comments

1933 Ford Tudor sedan: This car was a neat old 60’s resto that we made into a hot rod. It came out of Texas and was completely stock with a four-banger and 17-inch wheels. We rebuilt a ‘40 Ford rear end to replace the stock one. We also built up a complete front end with an early dropped ‘33 axle, un-split wish bones, all of which was powder-coated black. We used ‘40 Ford wheels with 5.00-inch Firestones in the front and 7.00-inch in the rear, with juice brakes for stoppers. We replaced the four-banger with a rebuilt 1946 59ab flathead, perked-up with an Isky cam, adjustable lifters, and Edelbrock block-letter heads. Also, we used an old Weiand 2-2 hi-rise intake with two Stromberg 97 carbs and Fenton headers. A dual-point Ford ignition from ’42 takes care of the spark.

The car has supper great old black lacquer paint and a tan mohair interior as well. Recently, we removed the fenders for repair, so we will post some new pics soon.


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