neatly install a rebuilt 239 cubic inch V8 that powers it today. Of course, start it up and it has a great old-school Ford soundtrack, and the gutsy 2-barrel, 130HP V8 engine moves the lightweight roadster with aplomb The ’54 Ford’s chassis and suspension works especially well with the low-slung roadster bodywork and the drum brakes are powerful in this application, too. Freshened components during the restyling included a replacement gas tank, 12-volt system and battery, and lots of brake work, so it’s ready to play. Red spoked wheels with custom Harvey hubcaps are wrapped with 6.00×17 front and 6.50×17 rear wide-white tires finish off the fantastic look.
Location: Fort Worth, Texas, United States
See listing: Ford powered 1929 Duesenberg Roadster Replica (from December 27, 2020)