A slick custom exterior, a full custom/comfy air-conditioned interior, and a nice small block under the hood – that\'s what makes this 1940 Ford Deluxe Streetrod the kind of classic that feels ideal for all occasions.
The business coupe is the ideal place to start when making a custom classic. The long hood and long trunk give it one of the coolest profiles around. It\'s not just the history that attracts you to this one; it\'s all the upgrades that make it a memorable machine. You see it in areas like the radiant metallic red paint, shining American Racing five-spoke alloys, and large dual exhaust tips. You even see the quality in the little things, like the front bumper overrider with Ford logo, blue-dot tail lights, and a nearly invisible separation line for the two-piece windshield.
Inside, you get a full custom package made for distinct comfort. The front bench seat looks distinct with a comfy velour sunrise pattern within the black vinyl. And the rear seat and door panels were done to coordinate. It all has a clean and distinct style that makes it ideal for hopping in and going for a drive. There are even nice cruiser-level upgrades like cold-blowing air conditioning and an AM/FM/CD stereo with USB input. The driver is truly king with a grippy banjo-style steering wheel, a tilt column, and upgraded white-faced VDO gauges.
This motor was made to show off. You have the gloss-painted firewall, and there\'s a ton of plenty of shine from the polished air topper, alternator, valve covers, and more. While this is stylish, there\'s also plenty of substance behind it. This is a 350 cubic-inch motor that inhales deeply with a four-barrel carburetor, and it exhales through shorty headers feeding the rumbling dual exhaust. And more than just upgraded power, when you look at the undercarriage photos, you\'re going to see great enhancements like an upgraded independent front suspension, front disc brakes, and a rear sway bar. And while this one likes you to feel the road, the three-speed automatic transmission makes cruising easy.
There is a nice quality to this full build. It\'s not trying to be a World of Wheels showcase car, but rather the kind of custom classic that is easy to enjoy on the road. And it makes sure to give you all the right features so that you can cruise in comfort and distinction near or far. Call now!
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