4610 Pet Lane
This 1935 Ford 5-window coupe has received the right investment and care to deliver a sleek black period-correct V8 classic. There is a clean and correct look everywhere right down to the rumble seat. So it's a coupe that really gives that nostalgic feeling from every angle.
Sure, you could get other colors from Ford than black in this era, but when the steel was formed when Henry Ford was still alive, these just seem to look right in black. Especially when you have a quality application like this one. The deep luster loves to really show off those classic creased fenders and long/sporty silhouette. Plus, they took the time to get the details right. The door lines up nicely when closed, the weather-stripping feels fresh, the glass is clear, and the bumpers and trim shine beautifully. And those green wire wheels with Classic Coker whitewalls (including the full-size spare on the rear) look so distinctive, which is no small feat on a coupe that overall shines with quality and distinction.
When you open the doors, there is quite an authentic and attractive presentation. The ginger fabric interior looks handsome, and the pattern on the doors is done to match. You get a classic banjo-style steering wheel, and that gives an easy view of the cool vintage gauges. In fact, the whole dash has a great classic style. The windshield tilts forward, and the rear window rolls down. That may be great for ventilation, but it's also great for another reason. This has the iconic rumble seat in the back. It's nicely detailed with everything from step plates on the passenger side to being upholstered in smooth/durable vinyl for proper outdoor use.
You'll happily open up the butterfly hood at the car shows to let everyone see the engine bay. This 221 cubic-inch flathead motor is the iconic V8 that earned Ford its powerful reputation in this era. This one is ready to be displayed with an ultra-tidy and honest presentation that will let Ford fans point out the details like the Stromberg carb and casting on the head. But you can also see the right upgrades for a coupe that wants to be driven. Good wires, hoses, and belt show good fundamentals, and this is now on a 12-volt system with an alternator. The V8 fires up easily, and the three-speed manual transmission gives you good control.
This is an authentic classic where even just a drive out with friends will make you feel like you're leading the parade. So if you want a true vintage rumble seat coupe, you know you can't let this one slip away. Call today!!!
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