1933 “REAL STEEL” ROADSTER

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Based on: New SAR steel Roadster body

Engine: ZZ4

Horsepower: HP

Suspension: IFS & Ford 9

Completed:

This mild street rod was built as an elegant example of how not to break the bank. The cost of construction was kept to a minimum by using reproduction parts where possible instead of hunting for rare and expensive originals. All new sheet metal parts were used in the construction of the Roadster including the Real Steel body which was assembled in-house. The new frame was also constructed under the S.A.R roof, and supports a reliable ZZ4 driving through a 4L60 transmission. Coil-over shocks support an IFS and Ford 9 inch to ensure stable and comfortable top-down cruising. A comfortable full leather interior and Hartz cloth top was installed by Paul Reichlin in Mt. Vernon Washington.

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CONSTRUCTION

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CHASSIS

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UPHOLSTERY

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COMPLETION

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