614 E. Auto Center Dr.
This 1949 Ford Club coupe is a well-cared coupe with a vintage look, vintage feel, and a flathead V8 under the hood. So if you love pure nostalgia, you're going to love this iconic and authentic Ford.
The green is just the right color for this coupe. It's a perfect suit for a distinct authentic 1940s machine. The later application shows off the post-WWII sleek curves, while also remaining nothing too ornamental to keep you from enjoying this one out on the road. That's what makes for a great cruiser. Plus, the chrome especially is nice on this package with the bumpers, grille, bezels, and full-length trim all shining brightly. So you can just imagine a sunny Sunday drive with these whitewalls rolling down the road. The destination doesn't even matter, because the journey is the fun part of a car like this.
More of that classic cruiser spirit continues inside. After all, everything from the wide bench seats to the artful steering wheel give you that great nostalgic feeling. The upgrades are subtle, but they make the right difference. The cloth on the seats is newer for added comfort. And that retro-style radio is an AM/FM unit to give you proper driving tunes.
The correct presentation continues under the hood with the 239 cubic-inch flathead V8. The blue motor looks good under all those dark components. And while people will marvel at the correctness of the details - right down to the decals - there are the right upgrades here. This is now running a 12-volt system and that made it easier to add features like the Powermaster starter and electric fan. The engine fires up nicely, accelerates smoothly, and gives you a crisp action with the column-shifted three-speed manual transmission.
We have three decades documenting thousands $$$$ invested in maintaining this coupe. It shows a long history of care, and that's exactly what you want on a classic. So if you love a genuine classic that is an all-around solid buy, call today!
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