This classic 1939 Ford Sedan is a well-built custom which mixes the
best attributes of the hot rod appearance with the street-ability
of a well-tuned muscle car. Beneath its crowd gathering body,
you'll find a powerful fuel-injected V8, custom A/C interior, and a
whole lot of other top notch hardware. If you're a street rod fan
who's been looking for the perfect custom to show off at the next
cruise night AND enjoy on the open road, your search is over!
Today we all know the '39 Fords were destined for hot rod duty. It has the teardrop shaped headlights, the long alligator hood, and the front fenders extending beyond the lights to perfectly accept extra wide wheels. Even the sleek shape of this steel body was perfectly designed to be a terrific street machine. And when you have such a great car to start with, it only gets better with the right investments. For example, the atomic orange has so much clearcoat shine that it amplifies all the curves of the roundback body style. And make sure you take time to look at all of the details. The properly deleted bumpers, modern dual projector headlamps, shaved door handles, integrated side exhaust, Billet Specialties wheels, frenched in taillights, and so much more - it's the kind of custom build you could look at for hours and keep finding attractive touches.
Pop the remote door openers, and you'll find a tasteful custom interior. The exterior atomic orange returns on the dash, steering wheel, and trim to give this a very uniform feeling, but now it's joined by plenty of premium tan. The leather bucket seats are exceptionally comfortable and have a pattern that's repeated on the rear seats as well as the side panels. So you know the car show judges will love this one (check out its awards from earlier this year.) But more than just look great, you get a ton of the best features, like R134a air conditioning, power windows, power locks, and a large Pioneer AM/FM/CD stereo that has connects for the most modern music players along with a back up camera. The center console even has your controls and gauges integrated for the full air ride suspension. The driver gets a tilt column with a custom steering wheel by Billet Specialties. And in the center of the dash, there's a full set of Dolphin gauges to keep you in complete contact with what's going on in the engine bay.
When you look under the hood, this one instantly reveals its dark side... and it will certainly draw a ton of attention. The mean appearance is justified because this vintage machine is running a modern and powerful 5.3-liter fuel-injected V8. This one has a performance personality with features like the K&N cold air intake and growling glasspack style side exhaust. But it also nails the fundamentals, too, with features like the Northern radiator that keeps the modern V8 running cool even in traffic with the A/C pumping. More of this dual sports and practical personality is found when you look at the undercarriage. The Mustang II-style front end with tubular A-arms, boxed frame, tri-link rear, and sway bars front & rear are great features for both power driving and easy cruising. The same goes for the four-speed automatic transmission with overdrive and four-wheel disc brakes.
Starting to get the full picture on this one? It was thoughtfully built to be fun and comfortable no matter if you're going near or far. And best of all, there's less than 3,100 miles on the whole build. So the classic you've dreamed about is turn-key ready right now. Don't miss this opportunity. Call today!!!
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