614 E. Auto Center Dr.
This 1930 Ford Model A pickup roadster is one of those rods that just gets better and better the more you check out. After all, you have a sleek style on the outside, leather seats inside, and proper V8 power under the hood. But the best angle might just be from below - there you see all the polished pieces, four-wheel disc brakes, and even the full-independent suspension.
This has the look of a high-quality build. The modern metallic orange paint radiates the sunlight so that it really highlights every one of the classic Ford curves. And those fenders and running boards are made of metal to be durably smooth. The silhouette is unmistakably classic Ford, and there's even rear wood in the truck bed, but the full package is all about a custom that loves to cruise the blacktop. We especially like how this one celebrates its vintage street machine style with Ansen Sprint style polished wheels with extra-large rear ones for a sporty stance. And everything from the bumper delete to the hand-painted pinstriping give this the proper hot rod flair.
A roadster keeps you open to the world, and this one does it with pride. Not only does the black look great against the exterior orange, but it also feels great because of its supple leather. And there are terrific details, like the premium diamond-stitch pattern on the seats and door panels that are done in orange to coordinate with the exterior. You also have well-integrated upgrades, like the cup holders between the seats and an AM/FM radio and CD changer mounted discreetly under the seats. You have a classic-style sports steering wheel, but it's now on a tilt column. The dash looks great done in metallic orange, and the Classic Instruments gauges look crisp and clean as they dominate the dash.
Under the hood is a well-done 350 cubic-inch V8. This small block was built with an Edelbrock air grabber, matching valve covers, an MSD pro billet distributor, new wires, March brackets, a Milodon oil pan, and more. The V8 inhales deeply with a Weber four-barrel carburetor, and it exhales with added power and authority as headers feed the dual exhaust. You're going to want to check out the full package underneath this pickup because there's a love of unique details to love. You have tubular A-arms up front and a Jag-style rear end. So this 1930s-style machine has a fully interdependent suspension! There are also adjustable coilovers behind every wheel, a three-speed automatic transmission, and four-wheel disc brakes. So this one is absolutely made to be a terrific cruiser.
So check out every angle to make sure you properly fall in love/lust with this comprehensive build. But if you look too long, someone else will take it home. Call today!!!
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