[inpost_gallery thumb_width=”200″ thumb_height=”200″ post_id=”90329″ thumb_margin_left=”0″ thumb_margin_bottom=”0″ thumb_border_radius=”2″ thumb_shadow=”0 1px 4px rgba(0, 0, 0, 0.2)” js_play_delay=”3000″ id=”” random=”0″ group=”0″ border=”” type=”yoxview” show_in_popup=”0″ album_cover=”” album_cover_width=”200″ album_cover_height=”200″ popup_width=”800″ popup_max_height=”600″ popup_title=”Gallery” sc_id=”sc1410187592007″]Seems like we’ve gone pickup truck mad recently on the Ride of the Week, but this 1933 Ford Custom truck was too good to pass up. It’ll be heading the auction block at Barrett-Jackson’s Las Vegas event at the end of the month, so with any luck, this baby will have a new home soon.
The color is striking and is definitely, let’s just say, unique. It screams Phoenix and desert dry-air, maybe a little Ford Thunderbird at a drive-in. This thing would be a real looker at cruise nights or just driving around town to get parts for your other hot rods. Clearly a lot of effort has gone into this little custom.
This one-of-a-kind custom extended cab pickup boasts a 302 cubic inch crate motor from Ford Motorsport, a 4-speed manual gearbox, Ford independent rear end, stainless steel seats, front airbags, custom body work. The Spyder headlamps are an especially slick feature as is the custom lift-up bed. Although, we didn’t have a photo of it. And there are many one-off, tricked out stainless goodies.
How much do you think it’ll go for? Yeah, we’re curious too. Stay tuned to Barrett-Jackson’s Vegas Auction from September 25-27.