This 1931 Ford Roadster truly has a longer/lower look than the rest out there. Not only does that make it distinctive, but also so does the Pontiac V8 boldly sitting in front. It all makes for a steel-bodied street machine with some serious attitude. We know you love the way this one really hugs the ground. It starts with a cool custom build that utilizes a custom frame, and the body deeply channeled over it. That allows the 16-inch wheels and whitewalls to be nearly as tall as the body! And speaking of this car's form, the steel construction means cool details like the louvered trunk. The body, grille panel, headlight pods, and steelies are all finished in a nice and sleek black. It has just the right hint of use for a true street machine, and so it especially goes well with those dark steel straight pipes for the growling exhaust. It all makes for a dark, mean, sleek, and absolutely awesome custom presentation. An interior this cool deserves to be on display for the world to see. It's a high contrast setup done in black and white. It has a true hot rod style with the steel seats featuring drilled backs for weight savings. And there are also thoughtful details, like the cushy seat bottoms, built-in cup holders, and a cool two-tone steering wheel. The fuel tank and battery are even custom mounted in the trunk for better weight distribution. Pontiac's 389 cubic-inch V8 made a serious name for itself in cars like the GTO. So this one is really proudly displayed, including a bright presentation of the factory-correct turquoise block. And this one has terrific street machine details on display, like the ribbed valve covers and a triple-set of Rochester dual-barrel carbs for a cool tri-power style. There's even pinstriping to draw extra attention to the vertical stacks. The setup is currently in a more everyday friendly form where only the center carburetor is functional, so you have the choice of keeping it this way, or completing the cool triple-deuce setup. This has a hardy three-speed automatic transmission feeding a stout Ford 9-inch rear end. And make sure you check out the undercarriage photos. There you'll see how clean this build is, and you'll also sport great custom details, like square-tube steel frame and reinforced ladder bars in the rear. Distinctly different and absolutely cool, you know this is the custom roadster you can't let slip away. Call now!