Albert Seese of Lee’s Summit, Missouri designed and built the chassis for his 1933 Ford Sedan Delivery. It was so loved by the judges here at the 2014 Detroit Autorama show that it has been included in the Great 8 group of finalists for the 2014 Ridler Award. It is a high honor and one well deserved by a veteran rodder. He says it started life as a 1933 Ford Sedan but has been restored to a custom Sedan Delivery look, with over 200 body modifications.
It includes a 2005 Corvette suspension, LS2 engine, Corvette transaxle and Budnik wheels with custom centers. The House of Color paint is excellent. Paint, trim and custom interior are so interesting that you could stand there all day looking at the intricacies. Albert says the interior was all custom fabricated using an Isis Multiplex System. It has Dakota Digital gauges, Cerullo seats and Vintage air.
Take a look at this fabulous hot rod Delivery: