This 1951 Ford Tudor sedan is a true classic. So that's why there
has been a solid investment to give it a straight body, sleek
paint, a clean interior, and a smooth vintage powerhouse. The
result is a car that feels like a time machine every time you take
it down the road.
The maroon paint has a terrific luster, and it highlights the
excellent body panels. It'll make you feel like today is 1951. The
consignor says he sandblasted the body and took it down to the bare
metal. Then it was built back with five coats of primer, three
coats of maroon, and cleared over the full package. Plus, the new
chrome bumpers complement the paint's shine. The quality really
shows the difference you get in this kind of time-consuming work.
And there were investments also made in the details, like the new
windows, door handles, headlights, hub caps, beauty rings, and
Coker whitewalls. So everything from the dual bullets in the grille
to the rear fender skirts gives you the look of a true vintage car
with truly upper-level quality.
The interior is updated without losing its vintage appeal. You can
tell there was a nice investment in the black vinyl seats, and
there's even a hint of tuck and roll style. The door panels,
capering, and dash continue this look of vintage quality. The
two-door sedans have a nice profile on the outside while still
offering a large back seat and rear vent windows, so it makes for a
fine classic to invite others along for the ride. The big steering
wheel feels great in your hands, and beyond that everything looks
correct - from the large speedometer to the AM radio that's still
The engine bay has a great look of a true classic. In fact, the
copper on the block, head, and air grabber really showcases the 226
cubic-inch inline-six. It makes for a nice look on a classic where
the investments have been about keeping this looking honest and
correct. You'll get an extra kick out of telling people that the
block is 1951-correct. There have been solid investments in this
motor, and the way it runs so smoothly reaffirms this kind of
quality care. There's a newer brake system and newer suspension
components to make for a good cruiser. Plus, the glasspack-style
single exhaust gives a nice hum, and the column-mounted three-speed
manual transmission adds to the '50s-style fun.
The sale comes complete with the owner's manual and service
manuals. This kind of quality classic gets all the right attention.
So don't miss this deal, call today!