You can tell from every angle that this 1947 Ford Deluxe is a full
custom build. From the extra-sleek front end, to the full removable
top panels, to the custom A/C interior - this is color-matched V8
one-of-a-kind dream machine that's up for grabs.
This one announces it's something special from the moment it comes
into view. The piano-like black has a premium gloss and shine. The
front end has a custom sleek look that includes frenched headlights
and a streamlined grille and bumper. They eliminated the fender
trim and badging to continue the car's sleekness along the side,
and at the same time, it draws even more attention to the hallmark
full-length upper trim piece. Plus, there are all the right classic
custom car details, like rear fender skirts, spotlights, and
display lake pipes. The rear is so smooth that even the Cadillac
bullet-style taillights are frenched. And while all of this already
makes for quite a memorable custom, you're especially going to love
showing off the roof. Not only is it lower and sleeker than a
factory Ford, but also the front section are actually T-tops that
store in the trunk! And as much as we like the look of the white
vinyl rear roof section (especially against the whitewalls,) that's
fully removable, too!
Because you have the option of opening this one up to the world,
the interior is done just as nicely as the exterior. You have dual
high-back bucket seats with a tasteful black and white two-tone.
This kicks off the full coordinated color theme across the rest of
the car that has the same style as a tuxedo. The seats and door
panels even have a hint of tuck and roll pattern for added classic
appeal. In fact, this has plenty of great vintage custom car
vintage style everywhere from the banjo steering wheel to the
centrally-mounted Moon tach. More than just a great classic look,
this also has a ton of modern convenience. You have a tilt steering
column, tall floor shifter, and a crisp AutoMeter gauge package.
The cold-blowing air conditioning is great, especially with the
T-tops out. And the stereo an AM/FM/CD/XM unit with a flip-up
screen that gives you access to modern features such as Bluetooth,
satellite navigation, and a backup camera.
Under the hood it feels like nothing but gloss black and bright
chrome. The V8 and all its accessories shine so bright you may just
need sunglasses. But more than just look great, this has true
substance. It's a hardy 305 cubic-inch V8 with a four-barrel
carburetor, Edelbrock intake, electronic ignition, and some very
straight pipes that make a sweet-sounding dual exhaust. It's a
dependable driving package that also includes a three-speed
automatic transmission, power steering, and power brakes w/discs up
front. Plus, wherever you park this custom build, you also get to
dial-in that ideal stance, because the rear shocks are part of the
adjustable air ride suspension.
This one looks like it's ready for the car shows, and the
dependable GM heart has proven you can drive this custom car
directly there! It's a true head-turning classic that's going to be
memorable wherever it goes. But if you want to win awards tomorrow,
you need to call today!