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1933 FORD HEMI STREET ROD HOT ROD

  • Make: Ford
  • Model: Three window coupe
  • Type: Coupe
  • Year: 1933
  • Mileage: 2800
  • Color: Black
  • Engine size: 393 HEMI
  • Number of cylinders: 8
  • Fuel: Gasoline
  • Vehicle Title: Clear
  • Location: Galveston, Texas, United States

Description

This is a very nice 33 Ford three window coupe. But, this is really about the engine. This is a once in lifetime chance to own an engine that is very rare and special. The engine was assembled by ex AA/FD builder, tuner and driver Joe Arena. He built the engine to be very drivable on the street. I have many documents from the build. The car is very solid and goes straight when you push hard on the go pedal.
THE 392 HEMI;Forged billet aluminum 392 hemi block by Rodeck (1 of 88 machined with water jackets)engine dyno run 1153 hp @ 4800 rpm and 945 ft lbs torque @ 3900 rpmMany custom one off parts and optional Rodeck partscustom 12 quart oil panHampton 6 71 blowerHilborn 4 port electronic fuel injectionJoe Hunt electric ignitionHolley EFI controllerIskenderian cam shaftK-1 Tech rodsHot Heads aluminum headsVenolia pistonsForged steel crankshaftDonovan valve coversuses a BBC aluminum water pump with custom plumbing (does not overheat)Weldon fuel pump

THE CAR;Turbo 400 GM transmission with TCI shift kit (Wilcap adaptor)TCI converterFord 9 inch with 3:73 gearsThe body is high quality by Show Me Street RodsThe interior and trunk is nicely finished in black leatherPower windowsVintage Air a/c systemRon Francis wire kitSony FM/AM Disc playerBudnik steering wheelFlaming River columnStewart Warner gaugesLokar shifterHeidt,s coil overs at all four cornersComplete Heidt,s stainless steel front endWilwood brake system all around.The car is painted black base/clear and the paint is about 8 on a scale to10. The car shows very nice
As you can tell a lot of money was spent building this car. I honestly believe you cannot find one of these blocks for sale. I haven't found one. To build this engine today if you found a block would in the 50k ball park. Joe started to built the car about 10 years ago and finished about 7 years ago and just hasn't driven it much. He's now pushing 80 years old so you can understand that. I bought the car this summer because of I always wanted a Hemi and I know Joe and how he builds things. I'm getting kind of old myself so I think I will pass it on. This would be a great engine for a Rydler car.
I beg you to come an look at the car if you can. I have had a problem with a crazy buyer who had buyer remorse on another car. I am and will be as honest as possible on the details of the car. But. come and look at it or send someone. This car is very fast so I can not just let anybody drive it, but I would be happy to give you a ride. The car is located in Santa Fe Texas about 30 miles south of Houston. Not that far from Hobby airport.
I added the vinyl letters and if you don't like them I will remove them for the buyer. They come off very easily.
I will try to answer any remaining questions. I will not respond to questions asking how much or what the reserve is. The best way to find the reserve is to bid.
I hate to say the following but because of past experience on ebay I must. If you have less than 5 feedbacks I will disallow your bid unless you contact me first. Please do not mess up the action because you just don't have anything else to do. If you when the bid I must have 500 in my paypal within 2 days or I will file with e bay.