213 Thornton Rd
Lithia Springs, GA
Lithia Springs, GA
This 1928 Ford Model Tudor sedan takes the classic Henry Ford steel body and gives it a full upgrade to a street machine style. So you'll love the V8 power, A/C interior, and thoughtfully done custom green package that makes all of this a detailed build over every inch (even the undercarriage.)
This build is about 30 years old, but you would not know that from the first impression. That's because it was built as a labor of love, and then also sold to someone who respected it just as much (he kept it for over 20 years.) That's why this one continues to look so smooth today. This custom build started with Henry Ford steel, and then added a ton of sleekness. That means a custom hood, shaved door handles, and a chopped top. Of course, those classic skinny tires would never do on a car like this so fiberglass running boards were added to allow for wide modern rubber and this awesomely aggressive stance. The paint is a quality Sikkens application that was so comprehensively done that you'll even enjoy putting a mirror under this Ford. But possibly our favorite part of the paint is the clearcoat they put on top. It has a golden pearl tone that adds an extra dimension to the finish every time the sunshine finds this car. And because this is a detail-oriented build, you'll appreciate the little things. It's in the full pinstriping that also spells out the car's year on the rear. The custom rear panel not only has a frenched license plate but also flush-mounted tail lights for added sleekness. And the sunshade has a modern smooth look against the roof, and at the same time, it pays tribute to the nearly century-old style that this car still represents.
The full tweed interior is both stylish and comfy. There are desirable upgrades like the power windows and cold-blowing air conditioning. Little items like the AM/FM/cassette radio in mounted in the overhead console are indicators of the build's age. But it will be easy to update to a modern Bluetooth radio if you really want. After all, the true appeal here is a classic with an upgraded driver's attitude. That's why you get the high-back front bucket seats, sports steering wheel, tilt steering column, floor shifter, and a dash dominated by bright digital gauges.
We love it when a classic Ford gets upgraded with blue oval power under the hood. The 302 cubic-inch V8 was decades away when this Model T was first built, but today it properly fills the engine bay with plenty of added flair. It looks like they couldn't stuff any more power in here, and that seems about right. This V8 was built correctly with upgrades like a Holley double pumper four-barrel carburetor, Mallory distributor, and shorty headers feeding the dual exhaust. As you look underneath, it's a clean presentation with a polished four-link front end and a triangulated four-link rear with adjustable coilovers. Plus, the C4 three-speed automatic transmission, power brakes, and front discs make for an all-around solid cruiser.
Complete with title documentation. This is a true steel body custom with the power and poise upgrades you crave. So hurry up and grab this deal. Call today!!!
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