614 E. Auto Center Dr.
This 1940 Ford Super Deluxe has a triple-deuce V8 and a cool street machine style. But this is not just a hot rod. The leather-lined A/C interior, overdrive transmission, upgraded suspension, and other additions are all there to make this a solid all-around cruiser.
The '40 Fords make great custom machines. There is a sporty teardrop shape to the headlight bezels, and a two-door sedan like this has a sleek teardrop profile, too. So it makes for a great foundation for a full custom build. This has terrific details, like clear headlights w/led indicators, bright chrome bumpers, polished American Racing Torq Thrust wheels, and a lowered stance. It's finished off in a dark blue that has a timeless appeal. A good professional detail will get it to a car show ready look, but it already has the right kind of look now. There's a good shine to show off all the sheetmetal curves, but it's in a driver-quality package. And as you dig deeper into this custom, you'll see it really was made to hit the road.
Once you open the door, it's hard to believe this car is from 1940. The tan leather bucket seats are true modern pieces with nice bolstering for all-day comfort. They have a wide headrest and integrated shoulder belts. Yours even power adjusts to the ideal driving position. The tan leather coordinates with the rear seats, custom door panels, painted dash, and fully finished trunk for a great uniform look. There are some nice comfort upgrades like an AM/FM stereo w/Bluetooth, power windows, and cold-blowing air conditioning. And your gauges are now a full Dakota Digital upgrade. But they did leave the stock dual spoke steering wheel in place just so that you can feel that this is still a true vintage machine.
The engine bay is filled with V8 power. While the 350 cubic-inch motor is a nice upgrade, what people will really want to know more about is the triple set of dual-barrel Holley carburetors on top. It gives this classic Ford an iconic triple-deuce setup. And not only does this motor inhale deeper, but it also exhales with added power and authority as Sanderson Headers feed the rumbling Flowmaster dual exhaust. The full package is far more thoughtful than just a pure hot rod experience, and you'll see that with extras like the serpentine belt system and Walker radiator. The 700R4 four-speed automatic transmission is a stout unit feeding the strong Ford 9-inch rear, and it's also a nice upgrade for highway-friendly overdrive. When you look underneath, you'll spot a TCI frame and an upgraded suspension with tubular A-arms up front, a four-link rear, and adjustable coilovers at all corners. Add in power steering, wide BF Goodrich T/As, and four wheel power disc brakes, and soon you realize this is a great classic to enjoy near or far.
This is an all-around upgraded build of an iconic Ford. But you're not the only one who wants this kind of distinction, so hurry up and call today!
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