800 Derita Road, Ste. A
You instantly notice a car like this 1937 Ford Slantback. It's the kind of full custom build that goes well beyond the vivid paintwork. As you dig into the details, it reveals a color-matched custom frame/suspension, a feature-filled interior, and a V8 that rumbles with a sweet tune. So you really start to see how this is an all-around awesome cruiser.
This is a full metal car, even the fenders. So you know you're starting with the right base for a quality build. It was completed before coming east from California in 2013. The uniform gaps, shining chrome bumpers, and way doors close and open swiftly prove this has been a cherished classic. The red is a modern application with a glossy finish that lets the sunlight roll over the classic curvaceous steel. Plus, they took time to paint the custom multi-colored graphics along the profile. They are part of the hot rod details that make this a terrific street machine. That's why you also have sport mirrors, updated headlights, a frenched license plate, and polished wheels with a 16/17-inch front/rear stagger add to the stance and radiance. You will find a few imperfections when you look up close. They are the kinds of things you understand that come with a car that has been driven but enjoyed responsibly. And that's exactly how to view this coupe. It's not a trailer queen. It has been given a ton of upgrades so that you can enjoy the drive and capture everyone's attention/admiration at the stoplights.
The tan interior makes for a stellar color combo against the red exterior. And there's a terrific quality here with details like supple leather upholstery, custom door panels, and a fully finished trunk. And in fact, the whole inside is a carefully crafted custom for comfortable driving with features like cruise control, an AM/FM/CD stereo w/CD changer, power windows, and provisions for modern R134a air conditioning (it will need servicing and/or parts to blow cold.) Part of this custom's true cruiser attitude is also because there's a great driver's setup with front bucket seats. Yours power adjusts, and there's an armrest console in-between. There's also a chrome steering wheel on a tilt column, a custom floor shifter, and a full VDO gauge package.
The engine bay is made to be shown off. You have the smooth red firewall that funnels your attention to all the show-ready shine of the motor. But what we really love is the substance within the style. This is a hardy 350 cubic-inch V8 that has been enhanced with a Holley four-barrel carburetor, Edelbrock performer intake, and headers that add extra power while also adding to the sweet sound of the dual exhaust and Flowmaster mufflers. The Mustang II-style independent end, Ford 9-inch rear, three-speed automatic transmission, power steering, power brakes, and front discs are all part of this solid cruising package that can take you near or far with ease.
The sale comes complete with service manuals and a car cover. It's hard not to get excited when a cruiser-ready classic has all the best upgrades. So don't miss this fabulous Ford. Call now!
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