614 E. Auto Center Dr.
You'll like this 1929 Ford Cabriolet for all the ways it's distinctly different. So look over the fuel-injected power, plush interior, sports car suspension, steel body, and all the other features of this unique hot rod.
This car has a distinctive look. It starts with a steel body featuring classic elements like the cowl and upright windshield. Of course, this one also instantly signals it's more than just vintage. You see it everywhere from the bright blue paint to those fiberglass fenders that help contain the massive rear rubber. The overall look is quite sporty with the forward-leaning stance, shaved trim, and rear bumper delete (so you can see the extended fenders and dual exhaust tips.) But this one also has some thoughtful details, too, like the bright luggage rack on the back and a full folding soft top.
Inside, the gray look nice against the exterior blue, so this one is great to enjoy with the top down. There are thoughtful details, like how the seating has individual backs for better bolstering and independent incline adjustments. And you'll love the feel of the ultraleather upholstery. Plus, we like how the wood trim coordinates on the dash, steering wheel, and around the convertible top. It's easy to get comfortable behind the wheel thanks to the tilt steering column, Lokar floor shifter, and full set of crisp Classic Instruments gauges. There's even an upgraded driving music with the AM/FM/CD stereo with USB input to plug in your phone. In general, this one is for those who are looking to occasionally enjoy a more buttoned-up feeling than other street machines out there. The full convertible top combines with proper roll-up side glass to seal you in nicely. And the heater has real vents so that you can get comfortable even on late-night cruise-ins.
The motor has plenty of shine on the headers, pulleys, alternator, Edelbrock valve covers, matching air topper, and more. So it has the right kind of hot rod flair. But as people get closer, they'll discover a 4.6-liter engine that has the all-around driving advantage of fuel injection. The undercarriage photos show there were more thoughtful upgrades to make this a nice driver. That's why you have a Mustang II-style independent front end and a four-link rear featuring Bilstein adjustable coilovers. Add in a three-speed automatic transmission and front disc brakes, and this is truly fine driver.
This custom has the unmistakable look of a hot rod Ford, but you also know its distinction is in the details. So if you love a custom that was really built for cruising, call today!
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