By the time this 1933 Ford Model 40 V-8 Deluxe Roadster was built Ford's immortal flathead V-8 was refined with aluminum cylinder heads, improved ignition system, higher compression and -- most importantly -- better cooling. The roadster body style offered here has become the most sought after and prized by collectors. It is finished in Tobacco with Black fenders and a Brown interior. In addition to the top and a full set of side curtains it is equipped with black-wall tires on cream wire wheels, enclosed rear-mounted spare, rumble seat, luggage rack, wind wings, cowl lights and a greyhound radiator cap. It will be a great ride on weekends or tours and the restoration has demonstrated its quality through accumulating plenty of tour and cruise miles and still looking sharp. 1933 and 1934 were the only years for this long-hood, slanted hood louver, raked vee radiator style. All but a few of them have been made into street rods, making it very unusual to have the chance to acquire a well-restored and usable stock configuration 1933 Roadster like this which with some love and elbow grease can be brought back into show-quality condition.
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