Tucci Hot Rods set out to build this Ford Model A for a customer who simply wanted a low, loud and obnoxious hot rod.

-Specs:

Engine: Chevy small block w/ Edelbrock deuces, Zoomie headers
Transmission: 5-speed manual
Suspension: AccuAir air ride (rear), Fox float shocks (front)
Wheels: Custom one-off
Tires: Excelsior Stahl Sport radial tires from Coker Tire

Built by:
Tucci Hot Rods
9755 River Rd.
Marcy, NY 13403

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Credits:

SEMA 2015 | Ford Model A | Tucci Hot Rods
-by: AccuAir Suspension

Tucci Hot Rods 1931 Model A Ford Hot Rod
-by: Coker Tire

42 Replies to “1931 Ford Model A Tudor Sedan Hot Rod Build”

  1. Sick build, awesome job gentlemen. I love seeing the limits pushed on cars like this. Yeah there are a ton of Model A hot rods out there, mines a 28 Tudor traditional type, but when time and money are not a factor it's very cool to see what the final result is. Spectacular and I'm sure even better in person. Fun, fast, loud, low, gotta be a blast to drive! Great video.

  2. DIY Garage… you are very surprised to me.your car restoration…. work is very Cline & clever…this Hot Rod very very surprising me the colour, whell, Front grill, engine ( motor) frame.. suspension & horrible scull shifter.. I love your cars & your hardwork…thank you

  3. Beautiful job on this one! Really enjoyed this build video! Would have happily watched an hour of it. I particularly like the color you chose. Looks almost black, but not quite, with a coppery feel. A gentleman's rat-rod if ever there was one!! Thanks for sharing!!

  4. So f*ckin' sexy! That's something that, no matter what kind of cars you come from, restomod, restoration, modding, mini trucks, old school or whatever, it's something you can appreciate because it's timeless and done to perfection.

  5. A very nice car. I really like the grille shell. I think to drive it would require ear protection with no top and the exhaust set up. Wind and exhaust noise would be very loud.

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