1951 Ford Custom
There is nothing like the chrome you find on a 50's classic. This car is no exception. This 1951 Ford is a survivor that needs nothing to be enjoyed. It starts up and has a smooth idle with no problem. It is a great driver that will have you cruising all over town. It is coated in two tone Rootbeer metallic that looks amazing in the sunlight. It is covered in all the original style chrome, trim, and emblems that are in amazing shape. The large front bumper and grill these Fords are famous for looks absolutely beautiful and gives it a great look driving down the road. It has the vintage style visor in place with the correct trim giving it a slightly different look. Don't worry about it looking too stock because the spot lights help to add just enough of a custom touch. It has a nice stance and rides on polished steel wheels with thin white wall tires. It currently doesn't run with the fender skirts on it but they do come with the car and can be easily added and removed.
The classic flathead V8 is a smooth running engine that makes for a great cruiser. It has been converted to an entirely 12 volt system which makes finding parts and working on the car much easier. Only high quality parts were used in its build including Edelbrock heads, Edelbrock intake, a Holly four barrel street avenger carburetor, a Fenton stroker cam and crank. It has a good tone through Fenton headers and exhaust routed out the back. It has lake pipes but are there for a custom look. The engine is mated up with the stock 3 speed transmission with overdrive the shifts very smoothly. It all sits on a stock chassis with Jamco Suspension components.
The interior is left in the original style with rootbeer cloth throughout. The dash is in amazing condition with all working gauges, knobs, and switches. The trunk is finished out just as nicely and is where you will find the spare wheel and fender skirts.
This is a beautiful classic that will make anyone a very happy owner.
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