1946 Ford Sedan Street Rod Small block V-8 engine Automatic transmission Air conditioning Lowered suspension Headers and dual exhaust Chrome valve covers, air cleaner Red exterior with chrome bumpers, grille, blue dot taillights Custom red and gray seats, door panels with gray carpet, headliner Billet steering wheel, billet aluminum dashboard 70s-80s GM tilt steering column, ancillary stalks and shift lever Black-face VDO gauges Pioneer CD player Body color steel wheels Chrome trim rings, hubcaps Wide whitewall BFGoodrich radial tires MotoeXotica has this nicely restored 1946 Fat Fender Hot Rod that has been lovingly kept by the previous owner for the last 11 years! It's full of style and drives and sounds excellent! This solid and straight full-fender Ford sedan catches your eye with its fabulous vintage shape and vivid red body. The paint and trim are in very good order, as are the crack-free and clear glass panels. The lights are in similar good shape, complete with blue dot taillights. A closer look reveals a gorgeous set of steel wheels in matching body color, with bright Ford-logo hubcaps and beauty rings within wide whitewall BFGoodrich Silverton radial tires. Chrome bumpers and body bright work add just the right accents. All of this retro rod’s body panels are straight. But while the body is righteously retro, the lowered ride height definitely says “rod.” So does the powertrain—a small-block V-8, dressed out in chrome accessories, dual exhausts and installed into an extra-clean engine compartment. The engine is mated to an automatic transmission. Inside, a custom interior pampers the driver with air conditioning, custom billet dash with black-face VDO gauges, a four-spoke, billet steering wheel on a GM tilt column from the 70s or 80s and split front bench seat with color-matched red and gray fabric upholstery and door panels, gray carpet and headliner. Rounding out the interior is a Pioneer AM/FM stereo with CD player. Take the charm of the 1940s styling, add the operational improvements of modern running gear and top with a tastefully customized interior—you’ve got the recipe for a ’46 Ford that hits the sweet spot of an enthusiast’s street rod. Competitors to this Ford in 1946 included Chevrolet’s Fleetmaster Sports Coupe, Dodge’s Custom Club Coupe and Hudson’s Super Six Club Coupe. This car is currently located at our facility in St. Louis, Missouri. Current mileage on the odometer shows 20,108 miles. It is sold as is, where is, on a clean and clear, mileage exempt title. GET OUT AND DRIVE!!! VIN: 99A886126 Note: Please see full terms and conditions listed below that pertain to the purchase of any said vehicle, thank you.