This handsome 1950 Ford Club Coupe is exactly what you're looking
for when your preference is for a great classic car with a touch of
aggression. After all, it might have that iconic post-war style,
but the slick paint, small block V8, upgraded suspension, and
custom A/C interior make this one a bit of a rebel.
Everyone loves the sleek look of Ford's first post-war design. It
was fairly groundbreaking when it first appeared, which is why it
became the darling of the custom car crowds. This legacy is
reflected in the sleeker look with deleted trim, shaved door
handles, and expertly deleted rear bumper. This clean style is
especially nice to have, because the Twilight Blue is a special
modern color with a modern clearcoat and a great metallic element.
It allows the sunlight to really radiate of this specially smoothed
style. Even with a more modern look to the body, this one doesn't
skip out on the classic brightwork. After all, these Ford have the
iconic bullet-nose style that on full display here with the bright
chrome front end. The premium hood ornament, good trim, and Ford
family crest badges complete the detailed package. And these dual
ideas of both classic shine and modern style come together nicely
on the polished American Racing Torq Thrust wheels with a sporty
15/17 inch front/rear stance.
There's nothing cooler than having a remote door popper on a key
fob so that you open the door while you're still steps away. And
since that's going to attract plenty of extra attention to the
interior, this has a full custom setup that's ready to show off.
The two-tone blue and cream looks terrific on the seats and
matching door panels. And the carpeting, dash, trunk, and headliner
all coordinate, too. The bucket seats up front are there for
maximum comfort, and yours even power adjusts to the ideal
position. And there are even more great features you don't expect
on a 1950s machine, like have power windows, power locks, a tilt
steering column, a center console, and cold-blowing air
The engine bay has the tidy look of quality, and there's plenty of
shine to make sure you'll proudly show it off. While this Ford was
born in the V8 era, we're glad to see a 283 cubic-inch small block
upgrade under the hood. These are great for power upgrades, and
this one already has an Edelbrock four-barrel carburetor and an
Edelbrock Performer RPM intake. Plus, it's supported by the right
pieces like a serpentine belt system and an electric fan. The
engine fires up nice, the three-speed automatic transmission shifts
cleanly, and the ride feels quite nice. In fact, you'll notice an
upgraded tubular A-arm independent front suspension. Add in power
steering, power brakes, and front discs, and this sleek custom Ford
is also an easy cruising classic.
This is the ideal mix of vintage and new where you get iconic
lines, sleek style, and all the best upgrades. Don't let this
custom Ford coupe slip away, call today!!!