In the early 1950’s Americans were looking for a posh and stylish car post world war. In 1951 Ford Motor Company answered that call introducing the Victoria. The Victoria was not a true hard top due to its pillarless design, never the less it was a new contender to the ever famous Chevy Belair. The above-mentioned pillarless design combined with the wraparound rear windshield makes this Victoria far rarer than your average 2 door of the era. The Victoria would deem very successful in its debut year dethroning Chevrolets Belair by over 10% in sales. This Victoria is as fundamental and virgin as you will find today. One of the most distinctive classics ever due to design features and the boundless bright work, this 1951 Ford Victoria will undoubtedly be a favorite at any cruise night. Wrapped in a stunning Royal blue and captured by near unblemished chrome this early Ford is unspeakable in splendor. Whitewall Atlas Grip Safe Tires appear to be of the era and add to the rich history of the car. Inside is a lavish blue and grey Split bench seat with coordinating door pads. Enhanced under the dash gauges have been added for driving convenience. As you explore inside the hood you will find the original 48,708 mile Ford Flathead V8, sporting two 2 barrel carburetors that were recently rebuilt. The car is still operational with it initial 3 speed manual transmission on the column with overdrive, and polished duel exhaust adding some supplementary sheen. The charging system has been converted to a 12 volt GM alternator for security, and it received a new water pump and alternator as of recent. From bumper to bumper this Ford Victoria is almost all original and yet more impressive is its impeccable condition. This car is purely breathtaking in style, color, and condition, making it sure to impress everywhere it travels. So if you are looking for a distinguishing, well sustained, and authentic classic for your garage, your quest is over.