Presenting this beautiful, steel-body 1930 Ford Model A Roadster Hiboy in Black over a custom red interior. The odometer currently reads 11,292 miles.
Professionally built by Tucci Hot Rods in New York, The FoMoCo steel coupe body was converted to a roadster with a 2-inch channeled body by Tucci. Details include 1939 Ford Devil Taillights and a 1932 Ford Grill with Stainless Insert.
A new 117 inch wheelbase chassis was fitted with a Super Bell Dropped I-Beam, Posies Low Super Slide Springs, Unique Four Bar rear suspension, Split Wishbones, Tubular Triangulated Bars, and Aldan Coilover Shocks. The result is a modern ride with a vintage look. Braking is handled by Wilwood Front Disc Brakes, Mustang Rear Disc Brakes, and a Corvette Master Cylinder.
This Roadster is powered by a Chevrolet 355 ci engine with Edelbrock Aluminum Heads through a Turbo-Hydromatic 350 automatic transmission to an 8.8 inch 3.73 ratio Mustang rear. The engine appears to be fed by four Rochester carburetors through a vintage Man-A-Fre intake manifold; however, Tucci Hot Rods actually hollowed out the carburetors and installed a fuel injector in each one. The EFI system is controlled by a Haltech onboard computer.
The interior features beautiful Custom Upholstery by Jerry’s Customs, a 1932 Dashboard housing Stewart Warner Wing Gauges, a SoCal Steering Wheel, 1.5 inch Roll Bar with Integrated 3rd Brake Light, and Sony CD stereo with rear mounted Mini-Disc Changer.
This expertly built, steel bodied 1930 Ford Roadster is a fantastic looker, runs and drives superbly, and is a prime choice for a Saturday night cruise!
Spring, Texas, United States