A full custom classic, this 1947 Ford Tudor sedan offers bright
paint, plenty of V8 power, and great details like the custom
interior that make it stand out in a crowded field. it can be all
yours for quite a nice price.
The metallic gray instantly announces to the world that this is a custom machine. It gives this '40s Ford the kind of presence that radiates no matter if it's taking in the Sunday sunshine or the neon of your favorite cruise-in. While the gray has enough shine to replace bright work pieces like the grille, this one still has space for old-school bright work like the full-length sweeping trim that really sets this '47 apart. But it's more than just the color that got you excited about this one. It's a very modern interpretation of the custom street machine with its expertly deleted bumpers, and super-smooth rear end where the taillights have been moved and integrated into the rear pan. Plus, the bright wheels have an extra forward-leaning stance for the perfect street machine intimidation.
Inside you'll find more pieces of this custom and well-coordinated total package. The gray inserts of the seats match the exterior, and this is repeated on the custom door panels and dash, too. Plus, the cream color on this two-tone is seen in all the right places, including on the sports steering wheel for the feeling of quite a thoughtful build. Speaking of a good build, this one has all the features you want. It includes an upgrade to a modern AM/FM/CD stereo w/USB input, tilt steering column, and all the gauges are modern VDO units, including a large tach replacing the clock on this symmetrical dash.
Lift the hood to see more nice investments. The 350 cubic-inch V8 looks great within the dark engine bay, because it radiates with the bold block, shining valve covers, and matching air topper. More than just a looker, it has been upgraded with components like an Edelbrock four-barrel carburetor and Edelbrock intake. This Ford was meant for cruising, so it also has a three-speed automatic transmission, front disc brakes, and an upgrade to a Mustang II-style independent front suspension. So this is the kind of cool custom that's easy to drive any day.
This is a head-turning classic with a ton of charisma. So when it's also this affordable, you know you need to hurry if you want to take it home. Call now!
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