1933 Ford Hi-Boy Custom Roadster
It certainly took a fat wallet to build this custom with a polished stainless independent front end, chrome/polish independent rear suspension, mighty GM ZZ4 crate engine backed by a 700R4 4-speed automatic transmission, and 4-wheel vented cross drilled rotor disc brakes. The chassis must be a work of art in itself. And it probably handles as great as it looks.
The custom body with suicide doors, power trunk and shaved door handles with this paint combination is just enough to set it off from the rest. The hand built custom air cleaner with the same paint scheme must be at least 50 hours in labor.
There’s no lacking on the interior with custom paint and leather accents. All the other goodies like classic instrument gauges include: 140 MPH speedometer, 8000 RPM tachometer, temp, fuel, oil and volts is just a compliment to the overall build. The floor mounted shifter, tilt steering with 3-spoke chrome steering wheel, Sony premium audio, billet pedals, and billet door handles compliment the rest of the interior package.
When we talk professionally built, we talk about true craftsmen with a plan. They conquered this one! However professionally built comes with a price tag. This build has to be over $100,000 when you take in account that the front and rear suspension cost over $10,000 just to purchase. For me, I will just blow the cobwebs out of my wallet and make a prediction.