1933 Ford “Zipper” roadster. Darrell Zipp made very few of the 1933 roadster bodies, they were a unique combination of his 1932 Zipper Deuce body with a 1933 front nose riding on a modified 1932 frame. The Quality of his hand laid ultra rigid fiberglass bodies is well known amongst professional Hot Rod builders. His unique Designs and builds were contenders for the AMBR award in years past.
Finished in “Plum Crazy” purple with laser straight panels, excellent gaps, fully sanded and buffed to a show quality finish. Still appears fresh but has some very minor cracks, chips touch ups, etc. from age and use. Handmade billet aluminum grille and side vents with a Duvall style windshield. Windshield wipers work great and hide behind the hood when not in use, a very neat innovation rarely seen on roadsters.
Powered by a 300HP 350 cu in V8 backed by a th350 automatic transmission. Fully boxed Chassis with a Ford 9″ rear differential with fully adjustable 4 link suspension with coil overs. Independent front suspension in polished stainless steel from Kugel. Rolls on custom Boyd Coddington fully Polished Billet rims and Nitto Extreme performance tires. Rack and pinion steering with tilt column.
Interior was built to maximize interior space. Ultra leather and suede seats with German wool carpets. VDO gauges and Pioneer stereo but there are no speakers installed. Trunk is finished as nice as the interior and has ultra trick billet hinges.
Great Looking and driving Hot Rod ready to enjoy!