Sunnyside Chevrolet of Elyria, Ohio in conjunction with Greg's Sports, Classic, & Muscle is proud to offer for sale this 1939 Ford Coupe.What a beautiful custom, restomod, cruiser, whatever you wanna call it dynamite looking and driving hot rod (oh there's another name). Let's just call it plain old fun and plain old cool.This great Ford 5 window coupe is motivated down the road by a late model 350 GM crate motor with 700r automatic transmission. The engine has some nice upgrades such as aluminum finned valve covers, chrome and aluminum upper radiator hose, chrome water pump, custom built aluminum radiator by V Groos & Company, Edelbrock 600cfm carb with electric choke, Holley Hi-Tek air cleaner, and ceramic headers with dual glass pack exhaust.Check out the period custom correct interior that really sets this car apart from the crowd. As good as it looks in the pics it looks even better in person. The white compliments the stunning paint on this car beautifully. Air conditioning is present and works very well to keep the interior comfortable on the days you just don't want to leave the windows down. The quality of this build speaks volumes when you have a chance to see it in person. It runs and drives as you would expect without disappointment.Drive it, show it, keep it in a bubble and polish it as a prized possession, the choice is yours once you make it yours.We stand behind our thoughts on this car by offering our travel expenses guarantee- come see the car and if we have materially misrepresented its condition we will gladly pay half of your travel expenses up to $500.00- this offer had been in place since we sold our first classic and we haven't paid the money yet.... We pride ourselves on having good cars and representing them properly.Additional pictures and video are available, please call 440-365-7311 for more photos, information or to schedule a test drive.
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