Submodel: Replica Hot Rod
Color: Dark Blue
Transmission: 2 Speed Mover Glide Automatic
Engine: 327 V8
A genuine T-Bucket has the two-seater body of a Model T roadster (with or without the turtle deck or small pickup box), this 'bucket'-shaped body shell giving the cars their name. A Model T-style radiator is usually fitted. This T-Bucket is powered by a high rise manifold 327ci V8 mated to a 2 speed power Glide automatic transmission. Front disc brakes...
Submodel: 383 Stroker
Transmission: 3 Speed Automatic
Engine: 383 CID 2x4BBL V8
Nothing provides more enjoyment than that open air feeling you get from driving this style of automobile. Finished in Bright Red with flames and a black with red piping interior. Powering this car is a four bolt main 350 GM bored and stroked to 383 with Keith Black pistons, total Seal rings, Competition cam, dual Edelbrock polished Carburetors, polished Edelbrock intake...
Model: Model T
A nice clean professionally built Tall T. This car is a blast to drive and it gets a lot of attention on the road and at car shows. The Model T we are highlighting is painted Burgundy and complimented with a grey interior. Powering this Model T is a V6 running through an automatic transmission. The following options are available on...
Transmission: 5 speed Manual
Engine: 425 CID Nailhead V8
This is a completely built 1929 Ford Roadster showpiece that you might have seen picking up awards at a Good Guys or SEMA show or maybe read about in Motor Trend or Speed Hunters. Performance is what Eddie likes to have in the cars that he builds, but this three-pedal Model A Roadster has a lot of style, too! Up front...
Model: Model A
The current owner has enjoyed this piece of Ford history since 1997 and have made the necessary upgrades to keep it on the road. By February 4, 1929, one million Model As had been sold, and by July 24, two million. Model A production ended in March 1932. Walking around this '29 one should notice the two-toned green body with black...
Model: Model A
Color: Olive Green
Transmission: 3-Speed Manual
Ford's Model A was their follow up to the revolutionary Model T. With a more user friendly design the Model A was popular and successful in its own right. This 1930 example has been turned into a Speedster thanks to a kit from Rootlieb INC and boy does it look speedy! The wood body parts have been sealed in epoxy and...
Model: Model A
Submodel: 5 Window Coupe
Color: Orange Glow
Transmission: 350 Turbo Automatic
Engine: 350 CU V8
The Model A was one of Ford's greatest successes, the predecessor the Model T. The 'A' came in many shapes and sizes of the years with nearly 5 million being built in its generation from 1927 to 1931. One of those styles was the 5 Window Coupe, and it's one of the most sought after today, some for originality, but mostly...
Color: Viper Red
Transmission: 700R4 Automatic
Engine: 572 CID V8
This build began with a '32 Ford chassis and a Harwood body that was stretched 6' in the door and cowl. Walking around this '32 one should notice the striking 'Viper Red' PPG color that really stands out. Large chrome headlights and a Dan Fink custom grille set this Roadster off while the Billet Specialties aluminum/alloy 'Salt Flat Style' wheels at...
Model: 3 Window
Transmission: 350 TURBO Automatic
Engine: 383 Stoker V8
Does this remind you of the 1973 film, American Graffiti? This 1932 Ford Coupe Replica is powered by a 383 Stroker with a supposed output of 420 horsepower to the rear wheels! Backed up by a Turbo 350 automatic transmission, this Coupe is ready to cruise! The actual build year is 2000 and it was built in Pennsylvania. This Coupe was...
Color: Black / Orange
Transmission: 700R4 4 Speed Overdrive Automatic
Engine: 355 CID V8
The current owners obtained this beauty locally in Texas and are believed to be the 2nd owner since being built. The Texas title does list this as a 1932 Ford. The build started off with an Affordable Street Rods fiberglass body with 2 inch top chop sitting on an Affordable Street Rods frame. Next a metal hood, side cover, and grille...
Model: 3 Window
Submodel: Hot Rod
Engine: 1992 LTI 350 V8
In the world of hot rodding, the only thing better than a 32 Ford is a slick, 1934 Ford 3-window coupe. Before you is an amazing, ALL STEEL Boyd Coddington built, 1934 Ford coupe. This mirror black coupe is complimented by subtle teal and violet pin stripe around the belt line with a black and violet interior. The car has a...
Engine: 302ci Crate V8
Styling for the '39 model resembled that of the '38 model and continued the look of Ford's new Deluxe styled line of vehicles. Though it looked little different than its '38 counterpart, the 1939 Ford models boasted the unseen advantage of hydraulic brakes for the first time in production history. Virtually all Ford's competitors had made the switch years before, and...
Model: 2 Door
Transmission: 3-Spd Turbo 350 Automatic
Engine: 5.7L 350 CID V8
Make no mistake though, there is nothing 'standard' about this coupe. The deep black paint has a mirror like reflection that is further set off by the gorgeous pearl white interior. The car squats over a stylish set of chrome hubcaps that allow just a little bit of red to be seen from the painted wheels and that final touch is...
Color: Lochaven Green
Transmission: 3 Speed on the column Manual
Engine: Flathead V8
There were two trim levels in 1941, Deluxe and Super Deluxe. This '41 is a deluxe, with a few cool Super Deluxe updates. The car was originally Capri Blue, and is now painted in Lochaven Green, in the late 80s and is a '41 Ford Super Deluxe and Tan Cloth interior. A Deluxe would only have one taillight, This Deluxe has...
Color: Grey / Maroon
Transmission: 4 Speed Automatic
Engine: 5.9 L Cummings 12 Valve I6
To say that a lot of time and Benjamins went into this build would be an understatement; but, hey, when you're looking at a 'bucket list COE build' like this, it's easy to tell that this clearly started with a client's vision for building an ultimate vintage-style COE hauler. What started with a '41 Ford COE cab and a healthy imagination...