You can call this 1929 Ford a pickup or a roadster. In fact, with a
steel body, powerful V8, an upgraded suspension, and an overdrive
transmission, the only thing you can't call it is average.
This pickup wants to be a cool merging of premium and performance.
That's why the green metallic paint has a deep luster and sleek
shine to show off the iconic curves of the body. And highlighting
the best details even further is a gold pinstriping package. So it
earns its Color of Money airbrushing on the tailgate, and just to
remind you of that, the wind wings even have $100 bills etched into
them! Chrome double bumpers, a MotoMeter radiator cap, Ford step
plates, and real wood in the truck bed are great classic pieces.
But those polished dual exhaust tips tell you there's more than
just vintage style. And the premium and performance idea comes
together perfectly on the wheels. You have elegantly bright wire
wheels, but the 14/15 inch front/rear stance with extra-wide rear
rubber is pure intimidation.
Tan looks terrific against green. So you not only have a
sharp-looking folding roof, but also beneath it is a full tan
interior. So this one always looks stylish with the top up or down.
It keeps a vintage appearance inside with the bench seat and door
panels done to match. There are thoughtful details, too like the
full carpeting, a wood dash, and an AM/FM/cassette stereo hidden in
the glovebox. You also get a sports steering wheel, a color-matched
tilt column, and a full gauge package for a solid driving
The thoughtful style continues under the hood. Not only is the
firewall done in an exterior-matching green, but so are the inner
ridges of the valve covers and the whole engine block! And we love
to see it when a classic Ford keeps blue oval power. This 302
cubic-inch V8 is built with a four-barrel carburetor, an aluminum
intake, HEI distributor, and shorty headers feeding the dual
exhaust. This was built to be a driver, and so you have tubular
A-arms up front, a four-link rear, power front disc brakes, and
adjustable coilovers all-around. If this is starting to sound like
the kind of roadster you'd like to drive to car shows near and far,
then you'll be happy to know this also has some rare road trip
features. After all, when was the last time you saw a classic-style
Ford with cruise control and a four-speed automatic transmission
We have receipts documenting about $2k invested within the last few
months just making sure this detail-oriented build is both
show-ready and a great driver. It's a hot rod, a truck, and a full
custom that's truly on the money. Call today!!!