614 E. Auto Center Dr.
This 1929 Ford Roadster Pickup has a terrific classic hot rod style with its V8 power and cool custom stance. But as you dig deeper, you'll also discover terrific details that give it true distinction.
This has that instant look of a cool and custom classic Ford roadster. The exposed wheels, louvered hood, bright windshield frame, and aggressive stance are what make these legends. But this also has a style all its own, too. The paint has the appeal of a more modern battleship gray, and it also has plenty of shine thanks to a modern clearcoat. Plus, you have pinstriping finished in silver and burgundy. They coordinate nicely with everything from the pickup bed cover to the wheels. And speaking of the wheels, not only are the steelies nicely color-matched, but they also have pinstriping and the great classic two-piece trim design. So it's a detail plenty of people will love beyond the ultra-wide rear tire setup.
The pinstriping on the outside also nicely coordinates with the interior. And on a roadster, you really appreciate it when the colors create a uniform package inside and out like they do here. The two colors are nicely intertwined as you get gray on the carpeting and seat inserts, and the burgundy is seen on the textured door panels, seat, and carpet piping. The finishing touch of full coordination is a dash color-matched to the exterior. More than just look cool you have plenty of great classic-style speedy components, including a Schroeder four-spoke steering wheel, Stewart Warner gauges, and large Moon tach mounted on the steering column.
Under the hood of this Ford is true blue oval power. You have a 289 cubic-inch V8 that has the kind of tidy setup worth showing off. This V8 is done right with a dual air intake, Carter four-barrel carburetor, Weiand Colt 500 intake, electronic ignition, and fined valve covers. As you look at the undercarriage, you'll see a great color-matched presentation (even the brake assembly looks terrific!) Plus, you'll also see quality components, like a polished four-link front end, polished ladder bar rear, three-speed automatic transmission, and stout Ford 9-inch rear end.
This is a quality build with personal panache. That makes it one very cool custom, and it's ready to run right now. Call today!!!
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