4610 Pet Lane
Authentic, custom, radical, and amazing from every angle this 1930 Ford coupe has been specially built with a performance V8, real Ford steel body, the best amenities, and every inch proving that this is one thoughtful total build.
This is the one to drive when you want attention on the custom car scene. You can see there was obviously no expense spared taking a genuine Ford coupe steel body and transforming it into the cleanest and meanest custom on the streets. The wide fenders conceal 18-inch chrome wheels, and they flow seamlessly into the tapering body to create a modern aggression with timeless appeal. The paint you can't take your eyes off of is a professional application of black metallic that has enough luster to make it look miles deep. The silver gray metallic upper portion has been applied with equal care, so that the light flows seamlessly between the two colors. And the red pinstripe dividing line with an integrated wood-like texture (even in the door jamb) really tells you they paid attention to details. In fact, as this custom build draws everyone in, they'll really start to notice impressive pieces, like the turn signals in the side mirrors, Integrated sun shade, and the smooth fit of all the panels. Even the hood and trunk are on electrically operated hinges to make sure you can always do an award-worthy reveal at the car shows.
Inside is a full custom creation. It's almost like the black and gray of the exterior combine to create the comfortable tweed on the seats and custom door panels. There's even black and gray on the dash to make sure this looks like a thoughtful build inside and out. The seat has plenty of bolstering and individual backs, so that swoopy design is also all-day comfortable. Speaking of comfort, this custom has plenty of it with power windows, power locks, keyless entry, an AM/FM stereo w/CD changer, and ice-cold air conditioning. And of course, this was built for driving. You get a tall Lokar shifter, removable banjo-style steering wheel on a tilt column, and the dash is dominated by a full AutoMeter Cobalt gauge package.
A motor like this deserves to be on display for the world to see. We dare you to find another component that can be polished, and so you can see there was a nice investment in an award-worthy presentation. And when you look beyond the style, there's a ton of substance. This is a 355 cubic-inch V8 that has been upgraded with an Edelbrock four-barrel carburetor, Edelbrock hi-rise intake, performance dual breather, and shorty headers feeding an X-pipe dual exhaust. And as you look closer, you'll also see all the right supporting components, like March pulleys, MSD ignition, trans cooler, and steel-braided hoses. Also, don't forget to check out the undercarriage photos. The tubular A-arm front suspension and four-link rear are by TCI (nearly a $10k investment alone!) You'll also spot the adjustable coilovers and four-wheel disc brakes. If this sounds like a great package for anytime driving, then you'll also love the 700R4 four-speed transmission by Champion Racing Transmission. That means it's not only build for performance driving, but also overdrive cruising.
The sale comes complete with build receipts, title documentation, service manuals, and restoration photos. There was over $85k invested in this custom machine, and so you know this is one amazing deal. Call today!!!
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