1946 Ford Super Deluxe Coupe
This California Ford is built right. There is no better way to describe this beautiful, reliable, proven hotrod. It is made for the person who wants to get the most enjoyment out of a car. Plenty of power. Plenty of comfort. And plenty admirers wherever it goes. It just HAS THE LOOK. Not only is it a great road car, it is a car that is a trophy magnet. The attention to detail this car exhibits is noteworthy.
This righteous fat fendered coupe is coated in shiny, dark metallic ENVY GREEN. It is appropriate that this smooth ride is green because it was professionally built in Southern California at a cost of over $125,000. That’s a lot of green! And, it isn’t just pretty outside – inside, the car features leather seats with suede insets, nicely detailed with unique stitched pinstriping. The theme is carried out in the trunk, and there’s ample room for passengers in the back seat, too. Mercedes square weave wool carpet and ample soundproofing add to the quiet ride. Equipped with Vintage air conditioning and heat, and a first class Kenwood audio system, this car is perfect for a Saturday night cruise or a week long road trip.
Dependable Chevy V8 power moves the coupe down the road assertively. The 350 CID ZZ4 pumps out 355 horsepower and is coupled to a 700R4 overdrive automatic transmission and 9 inch Ford PosiTraction rear end with 3.55:1 gears. That means this car can accelerate swiftly and cruise down the freeway at a gas sippin’ 1800 rpm. The engine sparkles like a diamond, sounds terrific, and runs cool, even on a hot day while the air conditioning is blowing arctic air out to for the passengers inside.
This Ford has a TCI chassis and rides on a Ride Tech air bagged suspension system, fully adjustable so you can put it down in the weeds at shows, or get it up over speed bumps when you have to. And, of course, it looks great with staggered steel belted radial tires on polished American Racing TorqThrust rims. The one piece windshield, side and rear glass are all like new, the chrome trim, bumpers, and badges are straight and true and the fitment of the doors, hood and trunk lids is impeccable.
Inside, the original jukebox dashboard has upgraded gauges – all instruments are electronic and new and the clock shows the correct time. A banjo wheel on a tilt steering column provides fingertip steering with a power rack and pinion setup, and power disk brakes up front and big drums rear stop the coupe on a dime. Independent front suspension, and four bar rear axle suspension mean this car handles any road with ease. Anyone who enjoys cruising more than anchoring in a parking lot will love this fantastic Ford coupe.
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