Take a look at this beautiful 1939 Ford Coupe brought to you by Caruso Classic Cars. This car was completely restored into the classic hot rod seen today. Don't miss your chance to own this stylish coupe! Engine - The car is powered by a Chevrolet 350 with many chrome additional parts. The car runs great and features dual exhaust. Transmission - The engine is backed by an automatic transmission with a custom floor shifter. Body - The body features a custom White and gray two tone custom paint job with hand painted pin striping. The white paint is beginning to show signs of age as pictured. All chrome shines brightly! There are some paint chips from being driven on the front fenders as pictured. The car rides on steel wheels with radial wide white wall tires. Interior - The interior features custom burgundy upholstery with gray bucket seats. The car was fitted with a custom column and aftermarket wheel. The stock gauges were replaced with custom guages. Suspension - The suspension was freshened with many new parts to level out the ride and make for smooth travel. REDUCED ON OCTOBER 10, 2018 from $34k to $29,900 OBO! For more- Call Nick 781-351-0409
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But don’t worry, there will be similar deals at AACA Fall Meet in 2019