213 Thornton Rd
Lithia Springs, GA
Lithia Springs, GA
Sleek bodies and big fenders of this 1946 Ford Coupe were just begging for the full custom treatment. With room for a small block V8 under the hood, lots of creature comforts inside (including A/C), and a well-done two-tone that stands out in a crowd, this cool coupe offers the best of everything.
The teal and white are a great package to look both distinctive and vintage. It's done correctly with the full-length trim providing a clear dividing line. And the hint of pearl in the white gives this a true custom flair. This has a really nice brightwork package that shows off plenty of detail - from the red inserts in the grille, to the Ford logo in the rear bumper. But it's the sporty upgrades that you'll really like. They include the clear headlights, tinted windows, sport mirrors, and lowered suspension on 16-inch American Racing Torq Thrust alloys.
The two-tone teal and white continue inside. The seats, carpeting, dash, door panels, and even the trunk make for a well-coordinated full custom package. You'll love details like how the seats have an intricate pattern and covered in a supple leather. There's individual bolstering in the front and rear, and everyone gets and armrest, so this custom is quite comfortable. In fact, speaking of comfort, there are some great features, like cold-blowing air conditioning, power windows, and an AM/FM/CD stereo mounted in the overhead console. The dash is nicely done with a wood trim that matches the grip on the billet steering wheel. And there are more nice driving features like a tilt steering column and a full set of Haneline gauges with large speedo and tach.
The engine bay is ready to show off right now with clean inner walls that funnel your attention to all the polished components in the middle. So you may even ask people to put on their sunglasses before you open the hood at the car shows. And beyond the style is plenty of substance. This is a 350 cubic-inch V8 that includes an upgraded intake and a four-barrel carburetor. It fires up nicely as the V8 makes a subtly sweet note from the dual exhaust. It's the kind of tune that will let you really enjoy the drive. Plus, there are nice cruising features, like the three-speed automatic transmission, upgraded front suspension, power steering, and power brakes with discs up front.
This is the well-coordinated classic that was made to enjoy the drive. Call today!!!
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