1933 Ford Speedster
Chip Foose, the renowned car designer, built the 33 Speedster, originally used as a trophy car. The vehicle was later sold at the Barrett-Jackson Auctions. My dad purchased it from the States and brought it to Calgary. Over the past decade, we have showcased the car at numerous Car Shows in cities such as Penticton, Radium, High River, Okotoks, and Calgary. The car won first place at the Calgary World of Wheels and has received over 20 trophies at various Car Shows.
This beautiful show car has a Ratz Glass Body, a ZZ4 Crate Engine, Leather Interior, Billet Wheels, Remote Doors, Backup Camera, Tangelo Pearl with Tri-Colour Flames, Tilt Steering Column, Electrical Windows and trunk, Vintage Air, and only 84 miles on the build. It also won the ISCA Western Rod Division Champ in 2003 and appeared in the Rod & Custom Magazine.
Here is the original listing on Barrette Jackson: https://www.barrett-jackson.com/Events/Event/Details/1933-FORD-SPEEDSTAR-2-DOOR-COUPE-112661
Here is an article written about Dad and the 33: https://mystarcollectorcar.com/october-2020-out-of-control-1933-ford-a-legacy-build-resurfaces/
- 500 Miles
- ZZ4 Crate Engine
- Vehicle Location:
- Calgary, Alberta
$ 75,000.00 CDN
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