1930 Tudor Hot Rod
Back in 2000, professional videographer, Steve R of Monterey, CA bought this 1930 Ford Model A Tudor in its stock condition . He then proceeded to set it up as a hot rod. He installed a Riley 2 Port head, big gas tank, bucket racing seats, and many other features.
In 2015, Ken H of Pacific Grove, CA bought the car, and refined it to make it more road worthy, and prepared for quarter mile racing. Ken has raced it five times at Santa Margarita and one at Eagle Field. There are some shots of it in Hot Rod Magazine, and we have three videos of it racing to share.
Ken sold off the four banger motor, and installed a 1947 flathead V8 that came out of his friend’s’47 two door coupe. It’s starts right up without issue, is fully rebuilt, 30/1000 over, Isky ¾ Race cam, Edlebrock head with 3 Strombergs, Mallory electronic ignition, stainless headers with cut outs.
Other mechanical features are juice brakes with the master cylinder in the battery box location, “Okie Overdrive ” reversed rear drums, new 12 Volt wiring harness, modern fuse block, dropped front axle, Corvair steering box, Firestone tires.
• The Tudor has a great stance, paint is average and is spot on the match the overall aesthetic of the car. All glass is good, windows roll up and down fine, the rear fenders are glass, and don’t know what happened to the hood…
• It is fully currently registered, titled and insured.
• License plates in the photos are included, and the Tudor is registered with these YOM plates
• Sold as is no warranty, buyer is responsible for transport of the car
Ken, [email protected]
John, (831) 238-8235. You can text if I don’t answer.