Newstalgia Motors Presents Car No. 00181:

1930 Ford Brookville All-Steel High-Boy Roadster

1930 Ford Brookville All-Steel High-Boy Roadster

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Brookville is America's oldest and most respected manufacturer of steel reproduction Ford bodies and components. Before Brookville, the only choices for street rod bodies were original survivors, with all their years of wear and tear, or fiberglass reproductions. It has been argued that the rodding hobby would not be where it is today without the fiberglass option. However, Brookville started with, and has always produced, only the most original, most authentic, and most accurate body possible in the belief that the details and lines from the past are the reason these cars have remained so popular for over seventy-five years. This offering is a very nice example a nearly completed 1930 Ford Roadster with some unique and tasteful touches by an owner/builder that is well noted for his meticulous attention to detail on all of his previous projects. All you have to do is decide what exterior finish you wish to lay on to cover that smooth Brookville Oxide Red Primer!

Highlights:

Interior
Features pleated light grey naugahyde upholstery in completely new condition. The carpet is matching grey material. The seat is a recently built bench style. The dash is a 1932 Ford unit with Ford Motorsport gauges inserted in a spun metal stainless Auburn oval style insert. Quick release steering wheel. A new custom built custom built hotrod heater keeps the toes warm on those cruise-in nights.

Exterior
Starting with a new TCI chassis, the frame and all brackets were powder coated. A Custom top was fitted by multiple Portland Roadster Show winner, Ken Jones. The 4-piece louvered hood is by Rootlieb. '32 Ford headlights, grille and grille shell along with '39 Ford tail lights compliment the Model A body and provide the vintage, but cool look.

Engine and Driveline
The 1990 Ford Mustang 302 cu. in./300 h.p motor was rebuilt with a Roller Cam and Holley 4 barrel carburetor and has less than 2000 miles. The exhaust system features custom powder coated headers with 36 in. long Florida stainless steel mufflers. The potent 302 is backed by a Ford C4 3-speed automatic transmission and an 8" Ford differential. Stainless steel A-arm front suspension and 4-bar link rear suspension. "Whoa" power is handled by Corvette power disc brakes.

Wheels & Tires
New Orange powder coated spoke wheels (14"' front, 15" rear) ride on B.F. Goodrich T/A radial tires.

If you want an all steel highboy that's all Ford and you can finish it with minimal effort "your way" at a killer price, then this is it!

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