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Make: Ford
Model: Highboy Roadster
Type: Other
Doors: 2
Year: 1931
Mileage: 65
VIN: A476612031
Color: Brown
Engine: 302 V8
Transmission: Automatic
Interior color: Other
Vehicle Title: Clear
Item location: Local pick-up only

1931 Ford Highboy Roadster Additional Info:

More than just a fresh build with less than 70 miles on it, you want this 1931 Ford Hi-Boy Roadster because of the amazing exterior paint, expert finish work, and how the total package is priced far less than for you to do it yourself.
One look and you can instantly tell the body, construction, and especially the paint are all new and expertly finished. This whole build has a feeling of freshness that makes you want to take a deep breath just to get its scent. But more than the opportunity to be the first major owner, this Hi-Boy really excites with the choices that were made during its creation. The Root Beer Brown Metallic is the perfect shade to have a classic presentation, and then a deep modern shine radiates whenever the sun finds this classic roadster silhouette. And speaking of shine, the details really stand out against this paint. You see it in the waterfall grille, headlight surrounds, one-piece windshield frame, door hinges, and even the front suspension is on display. One piece we particularly like is the stylish 10-spoke wheel in the front and a the ultra wide mags in the rear. It's a true old-school drag racer touch.
Inside the exterior brown returns on the dash to coordinate nicely with both the black and tan that's utilized for the interior. The first thing you'll notice are two low-back bucket seats. They provide more comfort than the usual bench without spoiling the vintage atmosphere. In fact, while the Omega Kustoms instruments will confirm there's only 65 miles on this new ride, you still get all the great old-school hot rod touches like the classic wheel with stylized center cap and a tall Lokar gearshift.
An engine this nice deserves to be on display for the whole world to see. The V8 has all the right chrome elements, including the ribbed valve covers, matching air toppers, and of course, those Lakester headers. And more than just look fantastic, you can take pride in telling people you have blue oval power for your Ford roadster. This 1970 302 cubic-inch block was rebuilt and resealed for the best in reliability. In fact, with plenty of new supporting components, including the new wires, water pump, Walker aluminum radiator, and electric fan, this has a very fresh motor to go with the fresh build. Plus, it has received the right performance upgrades with a bored .30 kit, Edelbrock intake, and the unmistakable sight of a triple-deuce carbs. The undercharge photos give you a better view of the fully chromed four-link drop axle front end a piece sure to impress everyone. And in the rear, the adjustable coilovers are exactly what you want on a hot rod like this. But as much as this might look like a pure performance machine, the stout three-speed automatic transmission and front disc brakes ensure it also has all the makings for a nice cruiser.
This is a fantastic presentation no matter if you spot if from across a field or are standing one-inch away. It's the kind of '31 Ford you'd build for yourself, except only its already done and ready to go today. So don't miss out on this deal, call today!