1933 Ford Victoria
February 19, 2016
This 1933 breathtaking Ford Vicky Custom All Steel Street Rod looks like it is a multi award winning car and ready to go! Take one walk around this all steel car and you will quickly appreciate the many man hours it took to complete the custom build.
It is powered by a ZZ4 Chevrolet 350 with 375hp. A 700R4 automatic transmission is in charge of transferring the horsepower to a Jaguar rear end. The engine bay is just dressed up to make it look good with the way the hood opens from the center.
It looks like it is finished in high gloss black paint that extenuates the plethora of bright work to perfection. There’s just enough graphics not to overwhelm its sleek look. The fenderless look goes well with this body style. The aluminum/alloy wheels give the Victoria a perfect stance while also providing an awesome unique street rod look.
Options for this 1933 Ford Victoria include: air conditioning, 4 wheel disc brakes, power steering, tilt wheel, seat belts, and leather interior with bucket seats.
The cost to build this ride is not cheap! Considering an aftermarket body will cost $20,000 or more alone.