This 1951 Ford Victoria 2 dr hardtop is the embodiment of Old Skool
Hot Rodding. The body is finished in a light mist green, and an
emerald green top with metallic flake, riding on 15'' wheel and
wide whites. This Vicky is a solid H/T that catches eyes and turns
heads with its lowered stance, frenched in headlights, all new
chrome, and finned rear fender skirts. This Ford makes a great
cruiser to the shows as is, but if you have your own custom plans
for it, it is a great foundation for an unlimited imagination. The
floors, trunk floor, and frame rails are in great shape. As you sit
inside you will notice a comfortable, custom interior that will
remind you of hot rodding hay days with a front 50/50 split-bench
seat and a large rear fixed bench that are cream in color with
metallic flakes embedded. The dash is all original with working
gauges and still holds the factory AM radio. Under the hood is an
8BA 239 CID V8 that is paired with a 3 on the tree manual
transmission. With the turn of the key, the flathead puts out those
good low notes out of the dual exhaust pipes. On the road, this
Ford has the available Columbia overdrive when needed. So if you
are looking for an Old Skool rod to take to the shows, and
customize in your garage on the weekends., take a closer look at
this 51 Victoria H/T. It will put a smile on your face!
1951 Ford Victoria
Location:Ham Lake, Minnesota
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