This 1933 Ford Roadster won the prestigious America’s Most Beautiful Roadster award at the Grand National Roadster show in 2010. In conceptualizing the design of a 1930s coach-built Ford roadster, special luxurious features were incorporated into the award-winning vehicle. The nose was elongated for a more elegant appearance, electric switches were used rather than door handles, and the gauges replicated a Breitling chronograph watch. One of the roadster’s most unique features is the custom-built luggage, modeled after ultra-luxurious cars of that era, and which features a picnic and bar set. Built from the ground up in a mere two years, the award-winning roadster was designed by Gary Ragle and constructed by Scott’s Hot Rods of Oxnard, California with the assistance of Palmer’s Custom paint & Body of Camarillo and Ron Mangus Custom Hot Rod Interiors in Rialto.