1931 Ford Victoria 2 Door Sedan
Item #: 18661
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1931 Ford Victoria 2 Door Sedan
The Body: Original all steel with a '32 grill
The Paint: Satin Hot Rod Black with pin-stripping by Scorpion
The Engine: 1952 Ford 239 flat head, rebuilt and bored 0.030 over, balanced.
Fenton Headers, Eddy Meyer aluminum intake, duel 97 Stromberg carbs.
The Transmission: Tremec 5 speed manual with overdrive
The Differential: Ford 8" open with 3.70:1 gear ratio
The Suspension: '32 Ford custom frame, front has 4" drop axle/rear strut/radius arms coil over shocks
The Interior: Reupholstered traditional mohair seating, new carpet and headliner
Dual master cylinder with drum brakes with large Buick front drums
Painless wiring with new style fuse block
Vintage look Autometer gauges that all function properly
All lights work, including functioning turn signals
Heater and electric windshield wiper
40 Ford pickup steering column, original dash
Dual exhaust and electronic ignition
15" Wheel Vintiques steel wheels with trim rings and chrome caps
Coker wide white wall radials all around
This 1931 Vicky is a true hot rodder's hot rod! From the hot rod black satin paint, to the nicely warmed over flat head V8, manual transmission, steely wheels and wide whites. Not only is this '31 sedan a classic hot rod in the truest sense of the term, but this particular car has actually been driven several times from here in Oregon to Bakersfield, California to the Hot Rod Nationals without incident. This well built flat head will not overheat even idling along in the blazing summer heat. To give this 31 a little extra driving advantage, its equipped with a well functioning heater in addition to that overdrive Trans. All of the vintage looking white face gauges work excellently and this Vicky is easy to steer and stop! All of the window glass is nice with no cracks, and they roll up and down easily too. There's even an electric windshield wiper in the event you should get caught in the rain, which could happen because you'll want to drive this '31 all of the time.
The body is all Henry Ford steel sitting on a custom '32 frame with tubular cross member and chassis supports. So, along with the 19,066 miles on the actual build, you can surmise that this car is certainly driven. But that is exactly what it was built for. In other words, it wasn't built to be trailered around to shows, nor was it built to be strictly a fair-weather cruiser. This Vicky was built for the purpose of driving - anytime you want. Ya gotta love that! If you're considering a vintage hot rod that speaks to the very core of our hobby, or maybe you want a vintage car that you can just drive and not worry about no matter how far you choose to go, take a good look at this '31 Victoria. You won't be disappointed.
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This vehicle can be seen at:
West Coast Collector Cars
7419 3rd St SE
Turner, Oregon 97392
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