This 1931 Ford Model A Roadster Pickup has V8 power, upgraded suspension, a fully coordinated color theme, and is an awesome custom inside and out. So dig into the pics and details, because this is one complete build from every angle.
You can tell someone was quite thoughtful in this car's creation. It starts out with a quality, southern steel body painted in a two-tone pearl white and burgundy. It's a timeless color combo that intertwines throughout the entire body. We especially like how the metallic element in the burgundy makes the rounded fenders glow. There's already a lot going on with the full design, but they still had time for nice brightwork. The dual bumpers, mesh grille, and cool wire wheels (w/spare mounted on the passenger side) give this an awesome classic appearance. While this looks like a proper roadster, there is a tan convertible top that fits snugly in place. If you want coverage from the sun but the wind-in-the-hair sensation a second, bikini top comes with the truck as well. The wicker basket in the truck bed is not only the place to stow the top out of sight, but also there are pillows on top in case you want to spend the day tailgating. And the roll bar with integrated 3rd brake light adds strength while framing the bench – see what we mean by a thoughtful build.
Inside is more burgundy and white. It gives this a very uniform look inside and out, which is exactly what you want on a roadster. And just like the exterior, they made sure the details look great. This includes the white pinstriping on the burgundy dash, the burgundy striping on the bright gauge panel, and the steering column painted in white. More than just look nice, you can tell this was built for comfort. You get plush burgundy cloth seating with individual bolstering. There are nice extras, like a tilt steering column, cup holders, and an AM/FM stereo w/iPod input. The horn even has the classic “Ahoogah!” sound.
Under the hood is a Ford legend – but a one that's much younger and more powerful that what was in the Model A. It's a 302 cubic-inch V8, and it's ready to show off with polished components like the valve covers, air topper, and more. Plus, you have the right performance upgrades, including a Holley double-pumper four-barrel carburetor and Edelbrock intake. This gives the dual exhaust that find sound you expect from a hot rod. As you look underneath this car, you're going to spot even more great upgrades, like an updated chassis with tubular A-arms up front, four-link rear, and adjustable coilovers. Plus, with a three-speed automatic transmission, power brakes w/discs up front, and electronic "True Steer" power rack & pinion steering mounted to a custom, Mustang II Fatman Fabrication front end, this custom build is one easy cruiser.
Complete with build receipts, this has a thoughtful look, V8 power, and an easy-going nature. It's everything you want in driver's machine, and it's ready to run. Call now!