1933 Ford Coupe – Dave Bagdon


  • 1933 Ford Coupe owned by Dave Bagdon. A Pro-Street–styled car with plenty of power.
  • TCI Engineering complete chassis, fully boxed ’rails with custom crossmembers and narrowed rear section.
  • Out back a Currie Enterprises 9-inch rear was packed with 4.88 gears spinning Mark Williams 31-spline axles
  • suspended in place by an adjustable four-link, Panhard bar, and Aldan American coilover shocks
  • Up front it’s all traditional, starting with a Super Bell 4-inch dropped axle linked to matching early Ford spindles
  • suspended in place by a TCI Engineering four-link with Posies leaf spring and Deuce Factory tube shocks.
  • For plenty of stopping power a Corvette-style dual master moves fluid though stainless lines to vented GM discs and calipers up front and heavy-duty Ford 9-inch drums out back.
  • Mickey Thompson 33×21.50 rear tires mounted on classic 15×14 Halibrand Sprint wheels with 15-inch E-T Gasser models up front topped with Mickey Thompson rubber.
  • 454ci Chevy four-bolt main block, Ed Pink 6-71 supercharger
  • Richmond Gear Super Street five-speed trans
  • Flowmaster mufflers

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