INCREDIBLE is about all you can say each and every time you feast your eyes on this wild 1929 Ford Highboy Roadster. There is no doubt this is a world class street rod that is ready to show and roll with the best of them.
The “spare-no-expense” build of this incredible machine started with an Anderson Fiberglass body. The ’29 was painted Viper Red by Sikkens, and massaged to gleaming perfection. The paint on this Ford is stunning! Look at the pictures and tell yourself it looks 5 times as nice up close. A 1932 Ford steel grille, aluminum Centerline wheels, removable black padded roof and electric rumble seat sets this roadster apart from all the rest.
The undercarriage of this ’29 is a work of art. Up front you will find a Mordrop axle, Posey springs and disc brakes. The frame work is absolutely beautiful. Everything underneath this roadster has been engineered to perfection. The dual horns are mounted next to the transmission. The master cylinder, battery shut-off, and the brake line have been neatly tucked away and properly bolted. There is an absolutely beautiful cross member and an aftermarket cooler for the trans fluid. The 350 turbo trans has a chrome pan, which thanks to the dumps, makes some serious open header noise. Out back you will find the Flowmaster exhaust system, the 2.73 ’65 Mustang 8” rear end with a floor length set-up, coil over shocks and drum brakes.
What can you say about the engine? INCREDIBLE! Present is a freshly painted 350 Chevrolet (block ID 3970010) topped by a Edelbrock 1406 carb and a custom air cleaner. Present are aluminum heads with center bolt valve covers, jet coated shorty headers, HEI distributor, March pulley system a Howe aluminum radiator and aluminum flex fan. Check out all that chrome! The cover on the convertor, the alternator and more! This engine sounds as incredible as it looks.
Let’s face it … This is a red hot street rod, but the interior takes it to a new level. The steering column is an ’82 Citation column with a Mustang steering box. The Lecarra wheel and VDO gauges top it all off. The grey bench has seatbelts, and a console on the floor complete with cup holders. Next to that console is the parking break. The upholstery, carpet and headliner are all in beautiful shape. There is a Sony AM/FM/CD player mounted under the dash, as well as the controls for the wiper, fan and electric rumble seat.
Bottom line, this is an incredible custom 1929 Ford, which could not be duplicated unless you have $125K lying around, or a LOT of time on your hands. This machine is absolutely new, and ready for years of showing and enjoyment. Call Tom today 7 days a week 248-974-9513