This 1933 Ford 3-Window is a seriously slick street machine with awesome paint and a performance heart.

Of course, when you have a top-quality build like this, it also means nice extras to go with your pure power. That’s why you get to enjoy it all with an overdrive transmission and a leather-lined interior.

The ultra-sleek design is The Gibbon Viper II by JPM Hot Rods. That means you have a custom setup from day-one done by one of the best names in fiberglass bodies. They gave it the long/low grille, channeled body, and a profile that was never meant to have fenders. The result is a street machine that was designed to be as slick as possible. You even see great sleek details, like the deleted door handles and sport mirrors. The whole package is dipped in a glossy light blue, so that the sunlight can really highlight the car’s curves. And you can see how well the panels fit as you get closer and follow the full-length navy blue and tan custom pinstripe. There’s also plenty of brightwork details with the waterfall grille, front suspension components, headlight surrounds, and Rocket Racing wheels with extra meaty ones in the rear.

The hint of tan on the exterior gets you ready for the full tan interior. It starts with two leather bucket seats that have the kind of modern bolstering to make new cars jealous. This comes with all the right custom features, like suicide doors, a clean/smooth dash, power windows, and a full finished trunk (so you can turn that into a mobile trophy room.) As a true street machine, this is built for driving. That’s why you have a B&M floor shifter and the LeCarra steering wheel on a tilt column. Plus, when you turn the key, the full Dakota Digital gauge panel comes to life.

This motor loves to show off that it’s a beefy build with forged Chevrolet valve covers, AN fittings, steel braided lines, and upgraded pulleys. That’s because this is a serious power machine. It’s a 383 cubic-inch stroker V8 upgraded with a Demon four-barrel carburetor, Edelbrock intake, HEI distributor, Master Blaster coil, and Hooker Super Competition shorty headers. It’s a powerful package, but there are also the right supporting components, too. You have an aluminum radiator with electric fan to help keep it running cool, and the four-speed automatic transmission means handy overdrive.

Price: $47,995

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Location: Mesa, Arizona, United States