1949 - 1950 - 1951 Fords, Hot Rod Potential

Check out the project material here thats just rusting away, This guy has 4 1949-1951 Fords. Check out the stainless fins on the rear one of them.

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May 22, 2011

Looks like a J.C.Whitney add on .

Mar 26, 2011

With those fins it looks like a baby cadillac wanta-be.

Mar 7, 2009

Wicked fins?

Aug 26, 2008

This is a two door sedan in front.I like the coupes a lot better.These look like a four door that they did not cut out the rear door on.49 has FORD in scrip on front and back.50 and 51 have badges like this one.49 and 50 have a single bullet grill that I like lots better than the 51 double bullet.

Apr 3, 2008

Yes, it is. Quite the oddball.

Jan 27, 2008

in what part of the country are these fords

Jan 27, 2008

is that a 52 dodge or plymouth hardtop out in front of the ford?

Jan 5, 2008

i would really like to get a real picture of the car behind the ford sedan.might be another very interesting project?even though i would trade my favorite dodge for the 51 coupe.

Oct 16, 2007

these are the REAL shoeboxes!I love em'!

May 6, 2007

chrome looks not bad

Jan 17, 2007

Man what a pair! I too would love to have these...Other than the Model A the 49 to 51 is a favorite!

Jan 17, 2007

The old boy is selling these. Contact me.

Jan 10, 2007

some people get all the luck.

Dec 31, 2006

Yes, both of those are FORDS. Very tasty projects. I'll love to get my hands on that coupe!

Dec 17, 2006

are you sure its a ford!? look like a merc

Nov 11, 2006

i agree with hal698 about the rust

Oct 28, 2006

nice coupe!..

Oct 18, 2006

Most of the cars this guy has are pretty darn clean. They have very little cancer, but quite a bit of surface rust.

Oct 17, 2006

Yes, these are Rusty Rides, but most of it looks like surface rust. It is almost impossible to find a car this old without rust. There are lots of people who say once the rust gets it forget it. That is wrong. All metal will rust. They can be bead blasted and primered and be the same as they were when new. There are also lots of metal replacement parts available for the lower portions of these cars, and a lot of them are not that hard to make. If you want the easy way out, pay top dollar for one restored to someone elses taste.