The restoration work on this 1938 Ford Deluxe Street Rod was
completed in 2005 and the Ford has been well cared for since.
Sitting behind the wheel and looking out over that long pointed
hood provides a great view. The Tudor body is very straight and has
been carefully refinished in stunning Turquoise with excellent
chrome and an old-school rake. Steel wheels (15") are accented by
'57 Cadillac-look wheel covers and BFGoodrich Silvertown wide-white
radials. The beautiful rolled and pleated vinyl interior with
custom bucket seats is highlighted with matching door panels,
console and headline. (The trunk area has also been upholstered in
matching vinyl.) Creature comforts include A/C, power steering and
tinted windows. A custom dash is fitted with a Pioneer AM/FM stereo
system, full set of Dolphin vintage-look gauges and tilt-column
topped with a 1959 'Impala' wheel. Under the hood is a 307ci GM
small-block that was rebuilt in 2005. It is equipped with an
Edelbrock aluminum intake, Edelbrock 4V carb, electric/clutch fans
and electronic ignition. The Mighty Mouse is mated to a 3-speed GM
automatic transmission and all electrics have been converted to a
12-volt system. A solid chassis is set up with rack/pinion
steering, front sway bar and manual disc/drum brakes. If you are
considering a pre-war Ford Street Rod that is a bit different from
the 'Coupe' norm, check out this Deluxe Tudor - you will not be
disappointed. ALL VEHICLES SOLD "AS IS"
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