When you've got a street machine look on the outside, a
custom/comfy A/C inside, and a shining dual-quad V8 power on
display, you know that this 1931 Ford 5-Window Coupe checks all the
right boxes for an awesome custom build.
This is an all-steel body with only about 4,000 miles on the build.
So the reason why it looks so fresh, strong, and vibrant in the
pictures is because that's how this coupe look in-person, too! It's
a detailed build, and the paint package shows it off nicely. The
bold yellow really loves to glow, and so you take note of the cool
features, like the ultra-smooth firewall. And we know you love the
custom flames. The multi-tone green is well-done with a purple
outlining. Plus, it has a cool style that curves around the front
to really make the motor the source of this flare. And the same
green and purple style on the flames is used for the two-tone
custom pinstriping seen all over the body. So it has a thoughtful
and well-coordinated look. And you'll love this one for more than
just the color, because it has all the right hot rod features. This
includes the sleek chopped cab, windshield overhang, frenched
license plate, and extra meaty rear tires with forward leaning
stance. It really gets the street machine details correct, right
down to the Moon tank on display up front.
The custom attitude continues inside. It starts with the supple
leather seat that has the kind of contouring to be all day
comfortable. The tan here coordinates with the door panels, lower
dash, shift boot, and even the custom trunk for a truly uniform
appearance. Plus, it's great to see the exterior paint return as an
accent to give this a very coordinated look inside and out. You
slip behind the custom leather-wrapped steering wheel mounted on a
tilt column. This gives you a nice view of the column-mounted
AutoMeter tach and a dash dominated by classic style VDO gauges.
But since this '31 Ford is meant to be experienced by others, too,
you can keep your passenger comfortable with everything from the
AM/FM/CD stereo, to power windows, to the modern R134a ice cold air
This hot rod has hardy Chevy 350 small block V8 power, and a motor
this nice deserves to be on display. They spent a ton on polished
components, including the valve covers, alternator, steel-braided
lines, and the cool dual-scoop air intake. And as people check out
the motor, they're going to easily see the twin Edelbrock
four-barrel carburetors that make this a truly powerful setup.
Plus, there are more performance upgrades like the Edelbrock intake
and shorty headers feeding the rumbling dual exhaust. As you look
at the undercarriage photos, it not only shows off more shine, but
also you see the overall tidy appearance of a detail-oriented low
mileage build. You have a Pete & Jakes front end and a four-link
rear with adjustable coilovers. And the three-speed automatic
transmission and front disc brakes make this street machine easy to
show off everywhere.
This is an iconic classic with all the right standout touches. So
if you like stealing the show just by showing up, this is the '31
Ford for you. Call today!!!