1933 Ford Crown Victoria


Downs Body Chopped 3 Inches

350 ci V-8 with 4 Bolt Main

Stroked to 383

Fluid Damper

Edelbrock Aluminum Heads

Balanced and Blueprinted

Block was Decked, Bore was Aligned and Magna Fluxed

Competition Cam (CS285B-6)

Solid Lifters

File Fit Rings

Competition Pistons

Performance Runners

Chromoloy Push Rods

7/16 Pro Mag Rockers 1.5

Holley Carburetor

Ford 9" Rear w/411 gears

700R Auto Transmission w/Overdrive

4000 Stall Converter

3" Magnaflow Mufflers

3" Electric Dumps

Custom Headers

Cadillac Escalade Pearl White Paint

Custom Cream Leather Interior w/French Stitching

Custom Dash with Dakota Digital Gauges

Vintage Air A/C Unit (blows cold)

Electric Driver's Seat w/Lumbar

Power Windows

4 Wheel Disc Brakes

Lakara Steering Wheel

Tilt Column




We are presenting this 1933 Vickie, currently in our showroom. The car was built in 2002 and at the time no expense was spared. The car is loaded with extras that we will list below.    The Vickie is just a great looking car. The sound that comes from the 3" exhaust is awesome. With the electric dumps, you can drive into a show and really attract some attention.   Step inside to the real leather cream interior and enjoy the ride. Whether you're going a short distance to a local show or heading on a long trip, you'll be very comfortable.

The leather shows very little wear and has no cracks other than the normal leather age marks.   Above you can see the locks for the suicide doors in the lower corners. They used to operate electrically, but are on manual over ride because the switch is not working.   The battery is under the rear seat, along with the electrical connections.
You will see in one of the photos that there is a hookup for a battery tender in the rear so you don't have to bother with the battery very often.   

The pull knobs to the left of the wheel operate the hood and the fuel pump. The black switch with the arrows is the electric dumps.    To the right of the steering column are 2 plug ins for phone charger and one is for the backup camera.   The Dakota Digital gauges are all working.   The 383 Stroker runs great. When you take off, you need to get the rpms really up there and then she takes off.    You can see the performance oil pan and lightweight timing cover.

The undercarriage still looks good even though this car has been a driver for it's current owner. He doesn't drive it in the rain, but enjoys driving it every chance he gets. He is only selling it because he has just finished a fantastic Dodge truck, and has another project going as well as owning 2 other.    There are 17" Mickey Thompson Slicks in the rear and 15" Falkens on the front.   There are some cracks in the gelcoat here and there, but the build is 17 years old.   You can see the outside hook up for the battery tender in this next photo.    

In the overhead console, you have the window switches, the 2 left switches are lights, the front orange one is the wiper and the black one is the one that used to operate the door latches.   

Again this is a well build car. The builder built the motor from the ground up to have plenty of power and to have long term reliability and dependability. The current owner has enjoyed this car for about 5 years and made some great upgrades to it. He added the custom headers and dumps. Changed out the wiring and other items which we can discuss with a serious buyer.

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