614 E. Auto Center Dr.
You're going to want to look at every photo we have of this 1939 Ford coupe/roadster. From the streamlined body, to the luxurious interior, to the fuel-injected V8 no detail was too small (that's why it even looks so glossy and tidy in the undercarriage pictures.) We know you'd expect to pay well into six-figures for something so thoroughly built, and that's why this stunner is also a stunning deal.
Everyone sees you coming in this bold creation. It retains the slick Art Deco look of the original style, but now sporting a serious attitude that flaunts its high-end appearance. The Sunset Pearl against the super-slick Coast to Coast body will make everyone want to touch your hot rod to make sure it isn't still wet. This great paint even applies to the removable hard top. This has had proper care over its entire low-mileage life, and it has all the right touches to impress. You especially see this in the front end where the ultra-smooth presentation and custom mirror-like grille dominate your gaze. But as you look closer, you also see they kept terrific vintage details, like the original hook-like crease below the hood and the teardrops in the headlights. Of course, shaved door handles, sport mirrors, and everything streamlined give this one an unparalleled look of custom-created cool. And it wouldn't be a hot rod without an aggressive stance. This crucial finishing touch is courtesy of alloys from Boyd Coddington (the once-king of custom street machines) finished in a staggered 16/17 inch front/rear size to give this a terrific profile.
Suicide doors are always a great way to show style, and they reveal more great investment inside. You have a tan leather interior with nicely bolstered buckets that offer all-day comfort. The door panels have been sculpted to flow right into the dash for a custom swooping appearance. And because this is such a futuristic presentation, the blue glow of the Dakota Digital gauges is the perfect complement. The driver gets a three-spoke steering wheel that helps set off the chrome and leather theme of the interior. As with any good custom build, there are plenty of modern conveniences for you and your passenger. This includes ice-cold R134a air conditioning, power windows, and a Blaupunkt AM/FM/CD stereo with aux input to accommodate the most modern music players. You get a cool Billet Specialties steering wheel mounted on a polished tilt column. And the B&M QuickSilver shifter is there to remind you that this custom was made for driving.
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 with Ramjet fuel-injection. It's presented in a show-stopping appearance with all that chrome and polished aluminum set within the smooth color-matched engine bay. The stainless dual exhaust will make everyone take notice with its rumble. But don't just listen to the sound; admire its full path in the undercarriage photos. There you'll see the painted underside and plenty of polished components. But as beautiful as this looks, it was also built for long Sunday drives. So you have a four-speed automatic transmission with highway-friendly overdrive. This one also features a tubular A-arm front suspension and a four-link rear w/adjustable coilovers. Plus, there's power steering, four-wheel disc brakes, and modern Nitto Extreme Performance tires.
We know you've drooled over the pro-built rods in magazines. And while it takes years to get one of these custom creations correct, you can skip ahead to the fun part with the low-mileage build. But the only way this can be in your garage tomorrow is if you call today!
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