When introduced in 1930, the Victoria marked the beginning of a new trend in Ford's body design. It was as close to a personal luxury car as Ford built at the time. This nice '31 Vicky Street Rod was built in the late 1980s – early 1990s, runs well and is very comfortable to drive.
Exterior: Features a steel body with fiberglass fenders and running boards. The top has been chopped and the front portion heavily modified. Door frames have been removed and the top blended into the window openings. Windows still roll up and down and seal against the body itself. Considerable work can be seen in the custom shaped sun visor, as the stock visor was perfectly flat. The Teal Blue with Hot Rod Flames and custom pin striping finish is very good quality with only one significant blemish, being a small bubble in the paint located in the right rear.
Interior: Interior is sculpted with Dove Gray Tweed fabric with gray carpet. The front bucket seats are solid and very comfortable. While the interior is a bit dated and could use freshening, all of the red LED digital readout gauges and other dash indicators are operable and in proper working order.
Driveline: The Tuned Port Injection motor is painted to match, top to bottom. Features custom-color accented throttle body, plenum, input runners and valve covers. Coupled to a TH-350 transmission, this street rod has great overall performance while being reliable and economical to operate. Vintage Air AC, heat and defrost, electric fan, block hugger headers and Flowmaster exhaust system. Front suspension features chrome 4