Lindig’s 1933 Sedan

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  • Lindig 1939;33 Sedan
  • Lindig 1939;33 Sedan
  • Lindig 1939;33 Sedan
  • Lindig 1939;33 Sedan
  • Lindig 1939;33 Sedan
  • Lindig 1939;33 Sedan
  • Lindig 1939;33 Sedan
  • Lindig 1939;33 Sedan
  • Lindig 1939;33 Sedan
  • Lindig 1939;33 Sedan
  • Lindig 1939;33 Sedan
  • Lindig 1939;33 Sedan
  • Lindig 1939;33 Sedan
  • Lindig 1939;33 Sedan
  • Lindig 1939;33 Sedan
  • Lindig 1939;33 Sedan
  • Lindig 1939;33 Sedan
  • Lindig 1939;33 Sedan
  • Lindig 1939;33 Sedan
  • Lindig 1939;33 Sedan
  • Lindig 1939;33 Sedan
  • Lindig 1939;33 Sedan

Brad’s ‘33 Ford sedan came out of the Bob Everetts collection. It was an original paint and interior car, right down to the weathered glass.

Working closely with Pete Chapouris and Jimmy, Brad’s vision started to come to life at SO-Cal Speed Shop. The idea was to preserve the integrity of the car by not harming the paint or interior and simply build a true hot rod underneath. An LS3 was mated to a Tremec 5-speed in order to provide the power and shoot it through a 9” Ford rearend. Robin Silk did the majority of the chassis boxing and suspension upgrades while Shine handled the motor and transmission mounting, steering, pedal assembly and exhaust system. Evin Veazie did the gauges, A/C system, assembly and also assisted Justin Veazie to do the wiring systems. The upholstery was handled by none other than Gabe Lopez, Gabe removed the original Mohair covers and the applied a hard foam structure underneath to give the seats the proper ergonomic feel and then reapplied the original covers.

Brad’s sedan has been featured in Street Rodder magazine and now hits the streets of Houston, Texas.