Stk. 1870 1939 Ford Street Rod
Even Henry Ford himself could not have envisioned transforming a 39 Ford into such a masterpiece as this. Two years ago, this all steel Coupe was given a new frame-off lease on life. It features a Porsche Guards Red finish that is not only flawless in execution but visually arresting as well. Starting with a palette this inspiring, nothing was left to chance; as evidenced by the use of sparkling new exterior glass, glistening chromed bumpers, and its way out cool, frenched L.E.D. tail lights. The creativity employed in the cockpit is absolutely mind boggling with its extensive use of leather and ostrich leather trim, soft cut pile carpeting and the most spectacular indirect lighting treatments we have ever laid eyes on. Underneath the main dash and hidden under the graceful arcing armrests lie hi-tech, low consumption L.E.D. units that bathe not only the interior in a unique bluish-white, but also that of the ground when you open the doors for safe and easy entering or exiting of the car. You can even activate them remotely via the main key fob to really score extra oohs and aahs when desired. The original steel dash is handsomely stocked with a gorgeous leather billet wheel with a custom brushed aluminum tilt-steering column and crisp, legible VDO gauges in Parchment surrounded by an elegant chromed bezel that echoes that of the Vintage air control panel. In keeping with this theme of simplicity all, other controls for lighting, wipers, hood release etc. were mounted under the dash. Under that custom louvered hood, lies a stout and billet laden 350 Bowtie with just the right amount of attitude to make a true believer out of anyone within earshot of its almost musical Flowmaster exhaust. Add to that a four-speed 700R4 automatic and classic 8" Ford rear end and you have the perfect recipe for easy cruising. If by now you are not thoroughly impressed at the level of craftsmanship in this ride, wait until you get a gander at the undercarriage. Featuring a Fatman Mustang II front end with manual rack and pinion steering, adjustable front coil-over springs, and rear leaf springs all hung off a fully powder-coated X-frame. Last but not least are the 17" Billet Specialty wheels shod with sticky BF Goodrich 225/45 front and 245/45 rear rubber that not only makes this truly a thing of beauty; but one that corners on rails too. Call 800-650-1055 or visit our website at www.autobarnclassiccars.com for more information. ALL VEHICLES SOLD "AS IS"