This 1930 Ford Model A roadster has all the best of what you're looking for. It's a steel-bodied car with a super-slick triple-tone treatment. And everything to the blower on the V8 up front, to the rumble seat in the rear delivers the ideal package of classic features and hot rod fun.
The steel body and steel fenders give this a sturdy and swoopy style, and the fiberglass doors give a smooth lightweight action that also can seamlessly fit into the smooth design. So it makes for a great body base on this roadster. But what really makes it stand out is the custom paint. It's a terrific triple-tone that has one of the most impressive fades. The yellow of the front transitions to orange and then red as it runs down the body. Painted graphics and pinstripes really unites this whole artwork. Plus, it all has plenty of metallic and a clearcoat on top. So it's a total package that can impress even before anyone checks out all the rest of the custom features. This has an awesome street machine stance with a small tires and drag-style wheel up front and salt-flat style wide rear ones. It pays tribute to the best in vintage hot rod wheel blends, and at the same time, it also looks united finished in the same body-matching metallic orange. The waterfall grille, low-cut roadster windshield, and grab bars for the rumble seat all make for the right details you want on a street machine.
The interior is a well-done piece that has some fun details. For example, the doors have power locks to keep them secure, and the seats are quite comfy late-model buckets. This one is built to be a good driver, and so you have desirable features like a sports steering wheel on a tilt column, a three-speed automatic transmission, and the dash is dominated by crisp Stewart Warner readouts. And while most of the other Fords that get the modified treatment skip the classic rumble seat, we're really happy to see it here done in the same premium white as the rest of the interior.
The 350 cubic-inch Chevy V8 is the choice for the best hot rods because it has the most parts available to upgrade for show and go. So while people can admire the shining components and tidy setup, you also know there is a whole lot of performance beyond its style. This one has been enhanced with a Holley four-barrel carburetor, aluminum heads, and headers that feed the H-pipe dual exhaust. And oh yes, there's a Weiand blower to supercharge your power delivery. There are also thoughtful supporting pieces, including an MSD ignition, steel lines w/AN fittings, and an aluminum radiator w/electric fan. As you look underneath, you'll spot the right driving features like front disc brakes and a four-link rear w/adjustable coilovers.
Complete with restoration photos and restoration receipts, this is the sleek street machine with some very cool features. So if you like to stand out in all the best ways, call today!