1933 Ford “Dry Lakes” 3 Window Coupe by Wayne Halabura
This radical ride made its debut at this year’s SEMA show and is by Creative Concepts and Halabura Hotrods. It’s a tribute to Ford, speed freaks and hot rodders everywhere.
The base vehicle is a 1933 Ford coupe and a 1953 Ford flathead V8 bored and stroked to 285 cubic inches with Dry Lakes cylinder heads.
“Dry lakes is a 1933 Ford 3 window coupe that started life as a 60’s hotrod. We collaborated with Eric Black from Eblack design to come up with a dry lakes inspired hotrod, this car is a collaboration of fabrication efforts some of the best fabricators in the industry, including Rad Rides by Troy, Johnsons Hotrod Shop, Pinkees Rod Shop,Mike Curtis and Creative Concepts to name a few,” according to SEMA’s Battle of the Builders Facebook page.
“The car was rendered by Eric, then Alan Johnson superimposed frame dimensions to come up with cad drawings for the frame rails. The car is all about fabrication, from the frame, wheels, custom hidden fuel injection, track nose, all interior components, including the instruments clusters, gauges, seat, shifter, etc. . We worked from a full scale drawings and used cad programming extensively and have over 5000 hours to date in the build.”
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Photos by John Coyle and SEMA.