Description: Take a look at this stunning 1933 Ford Model A Roadster convertible. This Roadster has gone through a high caliber rotisserie build. This Ford gets its power from a 24 stud flathead V8 that has been converted to 12 volts with dual Stromberg 97 carburetors that is connected to a floor shifted 3 speed manual transmission. Other features under the hood are a upgraded radiator, Offenhauser heads, Offenhauser intake, headers, chrome generator cover, new sparkplug wires, and a electric cooling fan. The gorgeous maroon leather interior and carpet accents the paint excellently. The elegant dash features Stewart Warner gauges in a silver cluster with white faces, a glove box, and its original wire black Banjo wheel. Other interior features are a custom shift knob, and a glossy wooden frame for the convertible top. The exterior Wescott fiberglass body with black convertible top lays on a 1933 frame and comes with suicide doors and a rumble seat that is also upholstered in maroon leather. This car wears a gorgeous Washington Blue paint with red accented pin striping. The car rides low with dropped front axles and upgraded shocks. This Roadster sits on red painted steel wheels with original Ford hub caps and beauty rings that are wrapped in Michelin XGT 195/60R/15 tires up front and 225/70R/15 in the rear that are stopped by drum brakes all the way around. Other exterior features are glass windwings, chrome Two-lite heads lamps, and custom front and rear bumpers with bumpers guards. Zip around town in this Roadster with confidence or take it to any Rod and custom show where it would be welcomed and appreciated.