The 1933 Ford is thought by many to be the best looking and well proportioned of Ford's several '30s body designs, with the three-window coupe being a particular favorite of hot rodders. This example, built by Pennsylvanian Jim Cherry includes classic design and mechanical elements including chopped top, a Ford flathead V8 with rare period performance upgrades and a perfectly executed, raked stance. So faithful is it to a traditional hot rod design ethic, it is hard to believe this car was built in 1992.
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