614 E. Auto Center Dr.
You want this 1929 Ford Model A Roadster because it just has a superior kind of style. That means a steel body with super-slick modern paint, a leather interior, and a V8 with so much polish that people have to put on sunglasses just to view it.
The Root Beer Brown Metallic paint sets the tone perfectly for this roadster. It was borrowed for the Lexus palette to give you a modern and premium presentation over this tight-fitting steel body. There's a nice dark color that looks great on a street machine, and then a deep modern shine radiates whenever the sun finds this classic silhouette. And speaking of shine, the details really stand out against this paint. You see it in the waterfall grille, headlight surrounds, billet side mirrors, one-piece windshield frame, door hinges, and even the suspension bars on display. And the two-piece wheel trim brings together the brown paint and polish while also showing off the aggressively wide rear tires and forward stance. You'll love the full detailed package that includes the little things, like the center-exit exhaust, teardrop taillights, and a lift-off soft top that has a glass back window. Plus, there's a full pinstripe package that's done in beige. Not only does it harmonize with the exterior brown, but it also thoughtfully coordinates with the interior.
A good roadster has a terrific presentation inside that it loves to share with the world. This one starts with a creamy soft leather seat that has individual bolstering for bucket-like comfort. Not only were the side panels done to match, but they have a cool stitch pattern that flows through the doors. The carpet is a higher traffic area, and so it's one in black. This is thoughtfully integrated with other black details, like the seatbelts, door tops, and dash. The driver takes priority in a custom like this, and so you have a wood and chrome sports steering wheel on a tilt column, a Lokar floor shifter, and a dash dominated by a full set of AutoMeter gauges.
The motor has the kind of shine that instantly lets you know there was plenty invested in quality. And you'll even spot cool details, like how the block is painted in the car's distinctive brown. So it's a great one to keep on display. But more than just style, this 350 cubic-inch V8 has a ton of substance. It's built with aluminum heads, an Edelbrock four-barrel carburetor, Edelbrock Performer EPS intake, and shorty headers feeding a sweet-sounding Flowmaster dual exhaust. The undercarriage photos show a fresh look that also showcases some great features. You have a strong fully boxed frame, four-link front end, four-link rear w/adjustable coilovers, and a strong Ford 9-inch diff. Plus, the three-speed automatic transmission, power brakes, and front disc brakes ensure it also has all the makings for a nice all-around cruiser.
This build looks sleek, feels great, and sounds awesome. So if you want one roadster that's built to drive and turn heads doing it, call today!
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