Lot 5002
1930 Ford Custom Hot Rod and Trailer
Lot Details & Additional Photographs
VIN: A3002011 Mileage:

With a 350 cubic inch V8, and a four-speed automatic transmission. A GM HEI ignition is installed, as well as custom made headers with turn downs. The fuel tank and new Optima battery are located in the trunk. it is fitted with American Racing polished wheels, and wide 285/70R15 BFGoodrich Silvertown Radials in the rear, and NEXEN 165/80R15 in front. A matching custom trailer constructed from a bumper car attaches to a hitch. A highly detailed build with a painted frame, and lots of chrome and polished aluminum components on the chassis.

A custom build, with an amazing purple metallic paint, hand painted flames, and pinstripes subtly presented all over the car. The interior features purple and yellow vinyl seats, with matching door panels. The carpet and headliner are purple also. The seats are adjustable, and the steering wheel tits. Vintage Air Conditioning has been added, as well as an electronic fan. An AM/FM/CD player is installed overhead.

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From the Estate of Bobby O'Briant of Durham, North Carolina. His love for automobiles, and building one of a kind custom custom creations in his garage, left an indelible mark in the local Hot Rod community. Club memberships include the National Street Rod Association (life-time member); and the Bull City Street Rod Association (charter member). He built two other cars that have found chrerished homes, a 1940 Plymouth, and an early Ford T-Bucket. These cars routinely traveled all over the Southeast to local car shows such as Myrtle Beach, Pigeon Forge, and Charlotte. Not trailered, driven..... This was his last project, and maybe the finest in finish.

The following condition report, while thorough, is not exhaustive as vintage cars have inherent wear and imperfections. We welcome personal inspections.

The car is very clean from top to bottom; date code on rear wheels is obstructed by the rim, front tires dated 1910; no apparent concerns.