1933 Hundson Roadster

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1933 Hundson Roadster

This one of a kind custom Roadster started life as a 1933 Hudson Terraplane Coupe. It was completely designed from the ground up by Aaron Kaufman of Gas Monkey Garage / Fast n’ Loud fame. The build was started at Gas Monkey Garage by Aaron and finished in Tyler Texas. Once the car was completed Aaron made a special trip out to see the finished product. Aaron inspected the entire car and approved of the final build outcome, only noting he would possibly shorten the wheelbase by moving the front axle back some. The car officially got Aaron’s stamp of approval by him autographing the center console.

Details:

Body started out as ’33 Hudson Terraplane Coup and converted to open top roadster. The front grill is a narrowed 1930’s International truck and a custom metal chrome grill insert was fabricated. There are too many hand crafted metal pieces on this car to list such as the front headlight mounts, headers and engine turned firewall. The frame is from a 32’ Ford. High quality paint job in Deep Impact Blue.

The original Jaguar engine was replaced with a custom built 312 Thunderbird Y block engine. There are 103 miles on the rebuilt engine. ​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​The headers are custom built. Features the finned Thunderbird valve covers and vintage finned oil reservoir. Engine has a 3 deuce intake with 2 barrel Stromberg carburetors.

Rear axle Ford 9” with custom 4 link suspension and air bags with ride height adjustment.

Front suspension is a custom 2 link quarter elliptical setup with chrome straight axle and leaf springs.

Custom built 15 gallon fuel cell.

The interior is completely custom, red vinyl with custom aluminum door inlays. The bomber style seats are also hand fabricated with cushion inserts. The rear tonneau cover is electronically raised and lowered with the key remote. The suicide doors are also electronically locked with the key remote.

4 wheel disk brakes with polished finned brake covers.

Transmission is rebuilt original Thunderbird 3 speed automatic.

Tires are vintage firestone whitewalls and the wheels were designed by Aaron Kaufman and the billet centers were CNC machined.

The car comes with documentation of the entire build, along with some of Aaron’s original sketches of the project. The wheels were custom designed by Kaufman and his original sketches of the different design ideas are included in the vehicle documentation.

For more information on purchasing this car contact Chris at 214-516-8527