I am reluctantly putting my 1933 5 window coupe up for sale. It has original paint, zero rust, great original interior, shows 39,000 miles. Original top and running board mats in very good shape. All original green paint with black fenders. The nicest original 1933 5 window I have seen. Good Mn. title. $49,000. Call 507 458 6778. NO TEXTING.
I'd give my left arm to own this car...
Wow! She's a beauty, Bob.
I will donate a right arm if it helps the cause.
Amazing car in incredible condition!
Amazing car in incredible condition if I had room it would be mine!
Sorry about the double post
Not a T but...WOW! Great car!!!
Bring it to New London or New Brighton Friday & Saturday.
Deep pockets there .....
People often say money can't buy happiness but this car could sure make me happy for a while!
That's a great car for a reasonable price. You don't find them like that anymore.
bttt Close but no cigar.
The guy I had that wanted to buy it was going to rod it, if you want to hot rod it please do not call me. thanks, Bob.
Thank You! These hot rodder's I say no damn way to also. That is a rare bird that has not been touched and needs to stay just the way she is, original! If I had the room we would talk.
All the Best,
Will trade you my ignition wire cable business for the 33 to keep it in my collection
Oh Lord, thank you for not selling it to a rodder! I swear I see more butchered 32 and 33 Fords, than I do originals. It's a shame too. Sure, the original V8 is only 65HP, but if you want more power you can easily bump that engine up to 90-100HP with better manifolds and setting it up for dual carbs and a better cam. 90-100HP in that car is plenty. Why drop a 350 crate motor into such a beautiful car? Let's not even discuss the prospect of chopping a beautifully styled car body. A 32 or 33 Ford coupe or roadster is my dream car. I'd even get rid of my Model T coupe for one sad to say haha. As a younger guy it's out of reach now, but some day I hope it finds a great home Bob where it will be properly cared for.
Well here is my story! In 1951 or 52 I was driving either north or south on Hy5 in Wright County Missouri and saw in this farmers front yard a 33 or 34 5 window coup like the one shown here and it had a whopping price tag of --- ready for this $250.00!!!!!!!!!!! I was not out of high school yet and boy I would have given my interest in HE** for that car. It was black and in PERFECT condition. Not a speck of rust and clean as a new baby just born.
When (I bought my 34 4 door sedan it cost me a whopping $50.00 in Leclaire Iowa. One of the guys I worked with at J.I. Case Tractor Manufacturing company in Bettendorf Iow had id and sold it to .
Bob, , My birthday is right around the corner. It surely would make me the gift of a lifetime! Just PM me and I will come pick it up.
Trade my wire business and you still make money each year
In my humble opinion, the '33/'34 (especially the '34) Fords are probably the most beautiful cars that Ford ever built, especially the '34 "Vicky" (Victoria). Beautiful cars. Dave
Yeah, what David said!
Hi RJ. I plan on using the money to pay for tuck pointing project on my 1916 Ford Garage I purchased last fall. Your business might not help out that situation. Thanks for your interest. Bob.
Bob thatís ok just putting it out there What your asking for is about what we make part time in a year We sold out 34 5 window a few years back for 33k it was in the family since 1960 restored in the 70ís Markets are down for the cars everybody is unloading
Bttt No trades, I do not need more work, Thanks.