For power, it uses a bulletproof and burly 383 cubic inch Chevy stroker motor with enough torque to launch this lightweight sportster like a slingshot. With aluminum heads, an Edelbrock intake and 4-barrel carburetor, and plenty of chrome and billet aluminum details, it’s definitely show-worthy under the hood. You’ll also note that the two-tone color scheme continues on the firewall and it all has a very high-tech look that seems to suit the SpeedStar look rather well. The detailed and sturdy fabricated frame offers a 700R4 4-speed automatic overdrive transmission and a sturdy GM 10-bolt rear end, along with boxed frame rails and a great-sounding exhaust system. Coil-overs front and rear allow you to fine-tune the ride quality, although you’ll be surprised by how well this one feels going down the road. With rack-and-pinion steering and front disc brakes, it’s also sports car sharp and has a traditional hot rod look with staggered Billet Specialties wheels and modern performance rubber.

Location: Fort Worth, Texas, United States

See listing: 1933 Ford Roadster hot rod (from November 10, 2016)