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1933 Ford 3 Window Coupe

Rich & Karen Digirolamo

This 1933 Outlaw Performance BDS Body with BDS Dual 671-blowers is one wild looking ride! When you look at the long list of goodies this sparkling beauty has in and on her, there is only one thing to say,

WOW!!!!!!!!


This wild looking ride has a Horsepower rating 895@ 5200 RPM, Made from a combination of the following parts; the valves are stainless steel with the Intake reading 2.05 while the exhaust measure in at a healthy 1.60 residing in World Products Motown Aluminum Heads. The block is holding an Eagle 4340 steel crank with WiseCo SRP blower pistons connected to Eagle I Beam rods and the fuel flow is controlled by Crane Roller rocker arms having a 1.5 ratio which are pushed by Lunnati cam shaft and lifters. This is spun by a Pete Jackson gear drive. Sitting on top of those twin 671 BDS Blowers are Two Holley 850 cfm blower carburetors. These sit on a custom built intake manifold and plenums by BDS With the drives set up at 12% under driven the fuel is crammed in the engine at 8 pounds of boost! The fuel is pushed into the carb's from an Aeromotive fuel pump. All of these pressure makers are relieved through Thunderbird roadster headers and all the heat generated by this wild combination is cooled with an AFCO radiator. The motor was built by Ed Osborne of Ozzy's Performance Engines of Panama New York.


The Richmond Quick change rear end sports a 3:23 gear ratio and is held in place with 4 link suspension with coil overs that spin 17" by 10" Colorado Custom Laser rims on the back while the front are a smaller 14" by 5" C C L and these are all stopped by Wilwood - 4 disc brakes. The front suspension is a Tubular Drop front straight axel with Aldan shocks all around. The Composite drive shaft from Denny's Drive Shaft Service helps get the power to the back end. The tire's are Nitto for good traction!


The interior sports a Colorado Custom Laser steering wheel with Dolphin gauges, seats by Glide Engineering and the upholstery was done by Paul Pascatore in light gray leather interior with vinyl floors. The stereo is set up with a 10 disc CD changer and a custom built dash board. For ease and comfort this sweet ride has power windows, power trunk release, and power door locks and when showing the hideaway license plate holder comes in handy. The custom built radiator shroud compliments the original "33" Ford grill. Lighting the night is done by Zoop's blue dot headlights and the 18 gallon fuel tank means you don't have to stop for gas on every corner! It's no wonder that this was recently picked as one of the Top Cars at the Syracuse Nationals with 4 coats of PPG Fire Red covered with 4 coats of Cherry Red clear coat from the House of Color.
This Beauty is also in Big Al's List Car Corral!!!!