The car was built by Kustom Classics in Ft Worth Texas, owned by Gregg Bond and Bobby Mikus. Kustom Classics was made famous for being the team that designed and built the Eleanor movie car for Gone in Sixty Seconds. So, you know there was no corner cut on this Highboy Roadster.
It took Kustom Classics 3-Years for this custom build. Built with a 50s style hot rod look. She is sure to turn heads everywhere you go. The frame is a custom built frame by Heidts; Cross member, Tubular A-Arm Front Suspension and a Rear 4-Link Suspension was all built by Heidts.
The 289 V8 Ford engine started out as a built crate motor and upgraded with a Weiand High-Ram Intake, Holley Carb and Mallory Distributor. A Ford C4 3-Speed Automatic Transmission was used, connected to a Ford 9" Rear-end. This Roadster will go and to make sure you stop on a dime she has 4-Wheel disc brakes with billet calipers and stainless-steel brake lines. Steering is a Rack and Pinion setup, shocks are Chrome Coil Over Carrera Performance, a Lokar Emergency Brake system and Auto Shifter. Exterior features are a Custom matching roof, Powder coated custom built exhaust, chrome roll-bar, stainless grill, wide white wall tires with matching blue wheels and Ford Stamped Headlights. She starts up perfectly, drives outstanding and stops on a dime. Interior features a tilt steering column, custom two-tone leather interior and a custom dash with Ford gauges.
This car was built to be able to drive anywhere safely and reliably and she shows it. This is NOT an average built car or a garage built car. Many parts on this car were custom fabricated and designed for this car. This is a top quality car built by known professionals that build quality.
For more information on this 1930 Ford Highboy Roadster, call 817-310-9400 or swing by our Dallas showroom. To view HD photos and video, visit www.gatewayclassiccars.com