This mean looking 1929 Ford Roadster follows in the time tested tradition of building Ford hot rods, a process that developed through years of high speed testing on the dry lakes and wide open roads of sunny Southern California. Roadsters such as the one offered here are generally referred to as traditional hot roads for their adherence to period correct components, functional appearance and mechanical simplicity that characterized the cars that were built in the early 1950s. This hot road is constructed atop a 1932 ford frame, with a "deuce grill shell, a dropped front axle, and a radically raked Dual veed windscreen. This classic Rod features a powerful 460 ci Cobra Jet V-8 engine backed by a 4 speed manual and a robust 9 inch rear which is held in place by an equally rugged 4 link suspension. From every angle it is clear that this Roadster has the right look. Stance and wheel choice define the attitude of any hot rods and this car has wisely been equipped with the most authentic period correct components. The body of this car is all steel, carrying an honest patina, with aesthetic and worn in character. This is based on the fact that is car was built in the 50s and has around 100k miles on it since.