Gateway Classic Cars of Ft. Lauderdale is proud to offer this amazing, custom 1933 Ford Convertible Coupster. This hot rod was built with a chassis from ROADSTER SHOP, a fiberglass body from RATS GLASS, and the wiring harness from AMERICAN WIRE. Nascar Cup Series Driver Casey Mears purchased this custom built 1933 Ford Hot Rod for his father, Roger Mears on his 60th birthday. Roger mears is a former Off-Road racer who also drove in the USAC and Cart Championship Series. Powered by a 5.7L LS1 Corvette V8 Engine Gen 3 Small block, mated to a 4-speed automatic transmission with over-drive. A Ford 9" rear-wheel drive with a 3.50 gear ratio. Jet-Hot coated shorty headers, custom dual exhaust with polished mufflers, Aldan American Adjustable coil-over suspension, Front and Rear Wilwood Disc Brakes with polished calipers, stainless steel brake lines and a High-Flow aluminum radiator. The Custom Fiberglass body looks absolutely amazing! Painted Mercedes Silver over Cadillac White Pearl with a Silver leaf Stripe. A removable hard top, electric power trunk with Billet trunk lifter and leather and carpet trunk liner, shaved door handles, chrome headlights, 16" front and 18" rear Billet Specialty polished Wheels, and TOYO Proxes tires. Inside this beautiful Hot Rod you'll find a Shale and Grey leather interior with Shale carpeting and floor mats. VDO Gauges for fuel, oil pressure, speedometer with digital odometer, water temperature and volts. A SECRETAUDIO stereo with Remote Control, a polished Billet Steering wheel, polished Billet Brake and Gas Pedal, Billet rearview mirror. Billet door release handles, and a late-model Camaro Shifter. The build on this 1933 Ford Convertible Coupster looks like something right out of a dream. To view this 1933 Ford Convertible Coupster in greater detail, including HD pictures and an HD video, visit www.GatewayClassicCars.com or our Ft. Lauderdale showroom at 4020 NW 126th Ave Suite 108, Coral Springs Fl 33065. For more information, please call (954)227-4202 or email fortlauderdale@GatewayClassicCars.com.