Streetside Classics - Nashville
6000 Reliance Dr
This 1933 Ford pickup offers the unique feeling of an old-style hot rod, right down to the custom pinstriping and flathead V8 power. But there are also some more modern upgrades that really make this stand out as a very cool custom machine.
This truck has a mean stance that combines the original hot rod spirit with a bit more modern touches. After all, this is the iconic shape of the post-Model A pickup but with extra flair in the fenders and some nice metallic in the burgundy paint. And what you'll really love is watching people admire the real hand-painted pinstriping all around the truck. There's even more of this craftsman-style appeal is seen everywhere from the inches chopped out of the cab to the glossy oak lumber in the truck bed. There are also nice details, like the classic pop-out windshield, front overhang, and blue-dot taillights. And you'll love all the shine from the brightwork in the waterfall grille, headlight surrounds, artful bumpers, and American Racing Hopster polished alloys.
Inside, the custom feeling continues. The door panels, headliner, carpeting, and seat all have a nice tan that goes timelessly with the exterior burgundy. You get a nicely contoured bench seat with an ostrich-texture insert and Ford V8 logo boldly done in red. You see the same logo etched into the banjo-style steering wheel on the tilt column. And the dash has a clean look dominated by crisp Omega Kustom gauges.
Under the hood is the unmistakable look of classic Ford Flathead V8 power. It has a great vintage appeal, right down to the carb on top and sweet rhythm of the dual exhaust. This is what you want for a classic-style machine. But for those of us who like modern usefulness, you'll be happy to see the right upgraded components, like an alternator and an aluminum radiator w/electric fan. The same driving appeal goes for upgrades like the three-speed automatic transmission, front disc brakes, and power steering. Plus, with hairpins up front and ladder bars in the rear, you really have a great hot rod setup.
This classic pickup has a horn that has the classic "ahooga" sound, and at the same time, it has all the right modern upgrades for enjoying on the road. That makes for a total package you need to get your hands on right now. Call today!!!
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