Beautiful iconic fifties cruiser
Excellent classic two tone paint scheme
Outstanding glass, chrome, and extensive trim
Continental kit, wide whites, and fender skirts
Nicely detailed front to back
332 V8, 2 barrel, dual exhaust
Smooth shifting 3 speed manual
Full restored chassis with manual steering & brakes
Immaculate two tone interior
Ford accessory tissue dispenser and folding make up mirror
Excellent power operated top
Easy snap on matching boot
Drives every bit as good as it looks
Ready to show, drive, & enjoy!
Please contact us at 713-541-2281 or firstname.lastname@example.org with you questions and free shipping details.
Current odometer readings are required for advertising but will be sold "Exempt" due to age
Sold AS-IS with no warranty offered or implied.
For sale here locally so we reserve the right to end this listing early.
As little as 10% down, low rates, super long terms, and no prepayment penalty with approved credit!
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