It is great to see Factory Five Hot Rods breaking new ground, or in this case, old ground!
When we designed the ’33, we made it so that guys could build their Hot Rod their way. Ol’ Skool Rodz Magazine recently profiled a flathead powered vintage Factory Five ’33 built by customer Henry R. (Henry has built 7 Factory Fives and just picked up a new 818!)
Seeing a Factory Five in a traditional old school rodding magazine that typically profiles steel-bodied rods, rats rods, and customs (think Rat Fink meets rockabilly) is very cool. It shows that the Factory Five platform can be built in a huge variety of styles.
Congratulations Henry and keep up the good work!