Our culture is all about very unique custom builds, and that's doesn't ring truer anywhere else than this super clean 1939 Ford pickup. With a performance-built small block, five-speed manual, custom frame, and seriously slick paint, you better love attention if you like this hot rod truck.
You can just tell this truck gets everything right. From the ultra slick sliver clearcoat paint, to the green frame and matching steelie wheels, to the two-piece Ford hubcaps. Even the whitewalls look great, and hide a more aggressive tread. The '32 Ford grille gives this a very cool early 30's appearance; the cab has been chopped and streamlined so it looks like it could cheat the wind; and the real wood bed adds some very desirable old school pickup charm. Getting this truck impossibly low to the ground means channeling the metal cab over the frame and running the rear suspension through the lower bed – making for a very cool stance and a great reason to put a mirror under this one at the next car show.
The interior has been just as carefully crafted to be comfortable without betraying the minimalist attitude. The custom green and white seating offers a hint of luxury and standout style, especially with the matching door panels. You get a cool Joe's Racing lightweight quick release steering wheel, with a cool appearance, that allows the driver to slip into the drivers seat very easily. The same great look and usability goes for the curvaceous gear stick. When looking at the dark dash, the only points of brightness come from the battery cutoff switch and the full gauge package – oh yeah, this custom was truly built for driving.
We know you've been staring at that motor this whole time, and so will everyone else. This is a show-ready package that shines over every inch with the pulleys, heads, alternator, and so much more polished to a mirror-like shine. And have you seen how the air grabber, valve covers, and even the whole V8 block have been painted the same green as the frame? So you want to make sure there's enough room in the pickup bed to carry home all the awards just for presentation alone. But beyond just the flash, this is a fully built 350 cubic-inch crate V8 with plenty of go-fast goodies. It includes an Edelbrock E-tec aluminum head, Edelbrock Intake, Demon four-barrel carburetor, Fluidampr Harmonic Balancer, MSD distributor, and Mallory ignition. If this sounds like a package built for power and reliability, you're right. And while it fires up like an angel, the sound out of the straight pipes is downright devilish. But power is nothing without control, that's why you're in complete command of the sound and fury of the enhanced V8 with the five-speed manual transmission. This total package is backed up by the right components, such as a Ford 9-inch rear end, front disc brakes, and a four-link suspension connecting each wheel.
It takes a lot of time, money, and planning to get a coordinated build like this. We know you've not seen anything as cool as this in a while. And if you wait too long, you might never get another chance again. Call now!!