This 1955 Ford Customline Tudor sedan has been upgraded with triple
deuce V8 power, great two-tone paint, a coordinating interior, and
four-on-the-floor. So you can read on for all the details, but you
already know this is a terrific cruiser to be seen in.
This one absolutely lives up to the "custom" part of the Customline
name. The dark red metallic paint instantly sets this apart to be
nothing like how this once came from the factory. But the white
center section gives this the kind of two-tone that reminds you
it's a 1950s classic. That sets the tone right for a car that loves
to be a vintage machine with added modern flair. You see this in
classic details like the bright chrome bumpers and detailed trim.
It's mixed with custom elements like the billet grille, cat-eye
headlights, deleted badging, polished torque thrust style wheels,
BFG raised white letter tires (2021), a frenched antenna, custom
tail lights, and large dual exhaust tips. It's all integrated quite
well to give you a great custom cruiser attitude.
The two-tone continues inside. This loves to show its 1950s custom
attitude with the tuck and roll pleating on the seats and doors. In
fact, the interior just loves being a true classic. You get it in
the details like the Ford family crest in the steering wheel and
working AM radio. But there's also a clean and fresh style
throughout the interior that reminds you there are less than 5k
miles on the full build. Plus, details like the under-dash readouts
and the floor shifter remind you this is a driver's classic.
The dark inner walls of the engine bay serve as a terrific showcase
for the powerhouse. The bright red block, shining valve covers, and
overall tidy setup of this 292 cubic-inch V8 is quite attractive.
But that's not what's really getting everyone's attention. Instead,
it's the Offenhauser intake carrying three Holley dual-barrel
carburetors that makes this motor instantly memorable. After all,
it's always fun to have a triple-deuce street machine. And this V8
fires up with the low rumble you want to let people know it's
something special. Plus, you take full control of the motor and its
soundtrack with the four-speed manual transmission.
This is a truly custom Customline, and with all the work that has
gone into it, you know the price is irresistible. Call today!!!
1955 Ford Customline
Exterior Color:Dark Red Metallic
Interior Color:Red & White
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