Streetside Classics - Nashville
6000 Reliance Dr
This is the best of everything you want in hot rodding. A steel-bodied 1931 Ford 5-window coupe that includes super-slick paint, a leather-lined A/C interior, overdrive transmission, and a shining crate V8.
You know this one is a serious hot rod from the moment you lay eyes on it. Fit and finish is great on this steel-bodied car. The blue paint provides a super-slick shine that highlights the curves of the body and immediately commands attention. So while most hot rods need a ton of brightwork, this one is already bold enough. That's why the polished elements are just nice accenting on places like the waterfall grille, big headlight pods, and windshield trim. In fact, the largest brightwork you'll find is on the Billet Specialties wheels. After all, they want to draw attention to the ultra-wide rear ones and showcase where the power meets the pavement.
Door poppers are always an attention getter, and so are suicide doors. So plenty of people will be drawn to take a look inside. That's why you have a bright and stylish interior. The bench seat has custom contouring and it's finished in a supple leather. The door panels, headliner, and even the trunk have been done to match. This was also built with comfort in mind with features like power windows, an AM/FM digital tuner with iPod input, and cold-blowing R134a air conditioning. And the comfortable and stylish feeling extends to the driving experience, too. You have Billet Specialties steering wheel with the same design as the exterior alloys, and it's mounted on a tilt column. Plus, there's a Lokar floor shifter and a dash dominated by crisp VDO gauges.
They invested nicely in making sure this motor had plenty of polished components and an overall tidy setup. All this shine looks like it's radiating power from within the engine bay, and that's for a good reason. You're looking at a 350 cubic-inch crate V8. It's built with an Edelbrock four-barrel carburetor, Edelbrock aluminum performer intake, and shorty headers feeding a glasspack dual exhaust. There are even nice supporting components, like an electric choke and an electric fan. The 700R4 four-speed automatic transmission means better gearing and highway-friendly overdrive. Also, take some time to look at the undercarriage photos. You'll see a clean presentation shows off upgrades like the polished four-link front suspension, front disc brakes, and a four-link rear w/adjustable coilovers.
Complete with restoration photos and service manuals, this is the slick coupe that has an award-worthy look and comfortable upgrades to make it easy to drive to all the shows. So it makes for a total package you're going to really love showing off near or far. The car is titled as a 1932 so all registration paperwork will show it as a '32. Call today!!!
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