Shoebox Fords like this 1950 Ford Coupe make for some great
streetrods. After all, they were built to take a V8, and so
there's' always something extra-special under the hood (this one
now has fuel-injected Caddy power!) Plus, slick paint, a
leather-lined A/C interior, and a ton of custom details makes this
the best for flair and comfort.
The paint obviously sets this machine apart, but first take a
moment to look at all the custom work done before the first drop
was sprayed on. The bumpers and trim were expertly deleted for a
smooth style. In fact, that's a full custom front end that was
created with an ultra-smooth style, billet grille, clear blue-dot
headlights, and frenched housings. You may just have to tell people
this is a Ford, because they truly made something sleek and unique
here. The full car was done in a two-tone gray with a bold and
intricate orange and red striping package encircling the whole car
as a clear separation line. It looks stinking as it expands in the
door line, and we particularly like the rear where it draws added
attention to Ford's artful taillight arrangement. Not only is this
a full custom build, but they also made sure to give it the classic
street machine elements, like the dual spotlights, intricate wheel
covers, and lake pipes.
When you open the door, even the door jambs are painted to continue
the car's color theme. It's the sign of an exceptionally detailed
build, and it also lets the orange stripe almost seamlessly
continue inside to keep dividing the light and dark tones. Oh yes,
it's going to impress plenty of people. And because they invested
plenty to get the interior looking so good, they also made sure it
was a great place to spend some time. You have plush leather
upholstery, and the front bucket seats power adjust. There's a
custom center console that houses the controls for the power
windows, AM/FM/CD stereo, and cold-blowing air conditioning. You
get a sports steering wheel on a tilt column, and that gives you a
good view of the TPI Tech gauge package.
The upgrades continue under the hood. This has the unmistakable
look of a fuel-injected powerhouse. The 5.7-liter LT1 motor was
borrowed from a Cadillac to deliver both power and smoothness.
Plus, the four-speed automatic transmission w/overdrive was added,
too. As you look underneath the car, you'll see more improvements
from the GM family, including a Monte Carlo independent front end
and a strong S10 rear. Add in power steering, power brakes, and
modern cruising tires, and this custom coupe will take you in
comfort near or far.
Complete with build receipts, this gives you a slick presentation
in a package that was built to drive. So this cool custom Ford
coupe is an easy way to get the best of everything. Call now!