This classic 1938 Ford Tudor is a classic hot rod that you're going to love to drive. It has all the right features such as A/C, overdrive transmission, and a show-worthy V8. So this is the custom build that's not only going to be your favorite for cruise nights, but you can even stay comfortable on the long haul, too.
This '38 Ford is going for the sleekest look possible, and you can tell that immediately from the first impression. Up front there's the painted wraparound grille, and the two sculpted headlights that include hidden turn signal bulbs within the crystal housing. The custom running boards hug the body nicely, and even the side mirrors are a modern wind-cheating design. It all ends in a beautifully rounded rear with a frenched in license plate and taillights. This car can get away with such a sleek appearance because the burgundy paint has plenty smooth luster to make the light flow over each panel. Of course this is a true American hot rod, so it doesn't miss out on brightwork. You still get plenty of shine out of the bumpers, door handles, and exhaust tips. Plus, no one will miss the cool custom Budnik wheels, and the staggered tire size that helps give this street rod its dominating stance.
Open the doors of this killer classic and you'll find a tasteful custom interior that combines the bold burgundy paint with acres of supple tan leather upholstery. The front buckets are borrowed from a late model Chevy, so you can power adjust them to perfect comfort. The door panels and headliner match the seats quite nicely, and while you're looking up, take note of the AM/FM/CD stereo that's mounted in the custom overhead console. This is far from your only comfort feature. This classic has plenty of modern conveniences such as cup holders, tilt wheel, and ice-cold air conditioning. Just like the best customs out there, the driver gets a cool wheel from Colorado Custom that simulates flames. But this intricate brightwork doesn't get in the way of viewing the full set of VDO gauges.
Lift the hood, and underneath all the shiny elements is the stability of a small-block 350 cubic-inch V8. We dont mind a Ford running Chevy power when it's this legendary unit that's known for reliability, power, and a huge list of performance upgrades. In fact, this one already has an Edelbrock carburetor and Performer intake to add an extra wallop of power. You can hear the might of this motor every time you fire it up and let the Flowmaster dual exhaust produce its fierce rumble. But this one is built for far more than brute force. It's mated to a 700R4 four-speed automatic transmission with overdrive, and that connects to a Ford nine-inch rear end running versatile 3.50 gears. This makes it a great highway cruiser that's further enhanced by the independent front suspension, power steering, front disc brakes, and the grip of Goodyear Eagle tires.
This '38 Ford street rod has a well-coordinated level of showmanship and usability that combines for a very versatile package. It's more than just the car you take to the show; it's the one that can be relied on for everything from the Power Tour to those days you just feel like playing hooky. That's true value in a custom car. Call today!