The Great Depression Hot Rod

“The Great Depression” isn’t normally associated with hot rods, or any cars in general, but that’s exactly what this highly-customized 1930s five-window Ford Model A is called. It’s been completely revamped and features side air intakes, a hood-mounted air scoop, a massive wing with rear diffuser and Honda S2000-sourced rear suspension. Continue reading for another video, more pictures and additional information.

“What else can you use when the engine under that retro nose comes from an S2k? And when your powerplant can rev to 9,000 rpm, you�ll want to be aware of it, which is why the S2000�s digital instrument cluster now adorns the cabin. In another F1 nod, this sits in the middle of the dashboard,” said Auto Evolution.