Gateway classic cars of Nashville is very proud to digitally
present this 1949 Ford Custom. This 4-door beauty is looking sharp
in light green paint and period correct beige interior. The entire
car looks like it just popped out of a portal from the past. The
paint, chrome and cloth interior could be original if this car had
been hermetically sealed in a vacuum bag in 1949 and just opened
last week. The fact that the biggest flaw I can find is the missing
minute hand on the tic toc clock, which still runs! Talking about
running, the 239 cubic inch flat head still purrs like the tiger it
is. Meshed with a 3-speed manual transmission that is shifted on
the column, 3 on the tree. Having looked through the photos of this
car I am sure you noticed that all the knobs and switches on the
dash are the same, bright and shiny. With fender skirts in place
and wide white wall tires, this car is hard to ignore. She is a
pleasure to drive and I always get a kick out of the column shifter
just try and keep your left hand free to wave to the onlookers that
gather. Options for this 1949 Ford Custom include: Am radio, Cloth
interior, Headlights, Clock, Horn and a ton of fun. Sale held
pursuant to permit No. 19289 of department of licenses granted the
14th day of August 2015.
1949 Ford Custom
Exterior Color:Mint green
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