We were brought in on this build for a simple reason… quality. The car shown here was built from the ground up. It took over 5 years to make this car the pefect product it is. The tube steel frame shows no signs of a single weld. The fiberglass body was modified and tweaked to perfection, then painted and repainted til it was perfect. The detail and extreme care taken to make sure not one imperfection exists was amazing. Even when you look under this car, it is a work of art with not one flaw.
1933 Plymouth Roadster
The engine is a Chrysler Hemi crate engine with a custom Hilborn Fuel Injection intake controlled by a FAST ECU. The wiring is all custom fit for the vehicle and hidden in the silver aluminum rails shown above. Every effort was made to hide as much of the wiring as possible, and any wire that is shown is covered in black heat shrink.
The electronic dash was also wired in to the car by Current Performance. The saddest part for us is that all of the parts we are most proud of are hidden under the dash shown above. The fuse/relay center, ECM, Dash control module, Coil, and MSD module are all under the dash and cleanly wired in. Even with the body off, this car is impressive and clean. The ostrich skin accents in the interior helped this car become featured in Mopar Muscle Magazine shortly after it was finished and running.