1938 Ford Custom
While the 1938 Ford retained a similar bodystyle to the previous
year the Deluxe model was modified with a more heart shaped grill
vs the Standard that stayed the same. These cars make a great base
for a Street Rod due to their unique look and great stance. This
1938 Coupe has a great look and has been very nicely modified. It
is painted in a nice custom Purple paint which pairs well with a
lot of the original style stainless which is also in great shape.
The car has some pretty cool accents where they took the stainless
and slightly modified it with Purple accents. You will note these
on the V8 logo on the nose and the deck lid handle. The glass is
all good as well with a 2 piece windshield up front. The electrical
is all working correctly and it has the tear drop style taillights
with blue dot centers. It also has a 3rd LED taillight incorporated
under the split rear window. The car is riding on a set of 5 spoke
Weld Racing wheels wrapped with Performance Radial G/T tires.
Under the hood is a 350 small block Chevy V8 that was nicely built
with a ton of chrome and billet components making it fully show
ready. It is also fitted with an Edelbrock performer RPM intake,
Holley carburetor, Milodon oil pan, Mallory distributor, and Taylor
wires. The motor is combined with a 3 speed automatic transmission.
The undercarriage is very cleanly finished out with custom exhaust
with custom hangars, braided lines, a cleanly painted frame and a
stainless steel tank. The car is a great driver especially with the
front power disc brakes and rack & pinion steering set up. It also
has a fold up license plate for a clean look at car shows.
The interior is all custom as well with dual high back power bucket
seats. They feature a deep Purple upholstery with custom accents
and a dash that match the body. The title column is also matching
Purple and topped off with a Banjo steering wheel. On the dash you
will find a full set of Dakota Digital instruments in billet
bezels, billet knobs/switches, and inset Vintage AC/Heat controls
and adjustable vents. The doors have been kept very clean with
chrome handles and the power window controls. Overhead is a custom
console to house the Audiovox AM/FM/CD player. The trunk is cleanly
upholstered and has a hidden panel which is where you will find the
relocated battery, electric fuel pump and access to the Optimus
This is a really solid well built Hot Rod that shows very well and
always stands out in a crowd.
Add this cool custom to your collection for $50,000.00!