4610 Pet Lane
This radiant 1939 Ford Roadster is the kind of rod most of us only dream of owning. An extra sleek fiberglass body, removable hardtop, a supple custom interior, four-wheel disc brakes, and a hot small block under the hood make this an all-eyes-on-me kind of street rod.
The green paint has plenty of metallic element that radiate in the sunshine and lets the car get noticed. Of course, there's plenty more there to love than just the color. This custom car loves the look of sleekness as the fiberglass body fits together quite well. And there are well-integrated pieces with the sport mirrors, frenched license plate, and running board that flow right off the fenders. The doors fit flush and handles have been removed so nothing gets in the way of the iconic crease that starts at the hood and continues until it creates the trunk line. There's no superfluous chrome, which gives it a modern appearance that makes you focus on the limited areas of brightwork like the iconic grille, teardrop headlights, and Budnik alloys that are staggered at 19/20 inches for a sporty stance.
The roof has the well-formed look of a coupe, or you can remove it for a sleek roadster style. And no matter how you choose to motor, this one was made to keep you comfortable. The suicide doors look cool, and they make it easy to hop into the well-bolstered bucket seats. These have an intricate design finished in a supple Ultraleather. Even the door panels and custom center console have been done to match. There are provisions for nice features like power windows (the passenger side needs servicing) and an AM/FM touchscreen infotainment system w/Bluetooth (it likely just needs to be fully hooked up.) But what really impresses is how this has been built to be a true cruiser. The Colorado Custom sports steering wheel is on a tilt column, and the smooth dash is dominated by AutoMeter Pro-Comp Ultra-Lite gauges.
The whole point of this car is to look stunning, but like any good enthusiast build, this one was also created to be fun to drive. That's why you have a powerful 350 cubic-inch V8. And the polished valve covers and air grabber remind you that this Chevy motor is the "Heartbeat" of this smooth engine bay. It's built right with an Edelbrock four-barrel carburetor, Edelbrock intake, and shorty headers feeding the dual exhaust. The undercarriage photos show off a color-matched presentation that also has upgrades like a Mustang II tubular A-arm front end, a four-link rear, and adjustable coilovers all-around. And it's a true cruiser with power steering, a three-speed automatic transmission, modern Michelin tires, and Wilwood four-wheel power disc brakes.
This is everything you want, and it's available today for far less than it would cost to build a quality coupe/roadster from scratch. Call today!!!
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