4610 Pet Lane
This 1931 Ford 5-Window Coupe is a steel-bodied classic build that showcases slick paint, a custom/comfy interior, an upgraded suspension, and proper V8 power. And of course, there's nothing cooler than a classic Ford cruiser with a rumble seat in the back.
The light blue paint has a hint of metallic, and you can really tell they took extra time and money to lay this down. So the terrific luster has an extra radiance as the sunlight loves to show off flowing fender lines and the straight body of this steel body car. This is a thoughtful build, and you see it in the details, like how the darker blue striping with light blue inlay was a package that was added before the final clearcoats, and so you have a uniform and protected total color theme. This has all the best classic brightwork pieces, like the bright chrome bumpers, grille guard, headlight bezels, and step plates to get into the rumble seat. Plus, there are spotty additions that shine bright, too, like the dual exhaust tips, and 15-inch wheels with larger rear tires for a great stance.
The two-tone gray of the interior goes well with the silvery blue exterior, and you know that because the color returns on places like the dash and steering column. There are the right classic touches, like the tuck and roll pattern to the upholstery and a stoplight view on the dash. But you can also tell that there have been plenty of investments in modern comfort. The LED lighting, full carpeting, and AM/FM/CD stereo w/Bluetooth mounted in the headliner make for a more comfortable cruiser. The driver even gets useful upgrades like a banjo-style steering wheel on a tilt column, a Lokar floor shifter, and crisp Classic Instruments gauges. But what makes this one truly distinguishable is the rumble seat in the rear, and you can even roll down the back window so that everyone stays in contact.
The engine bay shows off more attention to detail. It's easy keeping this on display with thoughtful features like the smooth firewall, color-matched engine block, and plenty of polished components. This 305 cubic-inch V8. It has been upgraded with an Edelbrock four-barrel carburetor, an Edelbrock intake, and headers feeding the rumbling dual exhaust. There's even an aluminum radiator with an electric fan to help keep the full package running cool. As you look at the undercarriage photos, you see the clean look of a well-done build. You'll also spot great driving features like a Mustang II-style front end, ladder bars in the rear, and adjustable coilovers all-around. Plus, you have rack & pinion steering, a three-speed automatic transmission, and front disc brakes. So this is built for plenty of fun driving all weekend long.
A terrific shine, a comfy interior, and proper V8 power are all part of a stylish total package. So if you want a thoughtfully finished rumble seat coupe, you know this is the one. Call today!!!
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