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This 1950 Ford Tudor sedan has a true vintage style mixes in nice upgrades like sleek metallic paint and a V8 upgrade. That's why you have the right recipe for a cool-cruising classic.
The bullet-nosed Fords have a terrific sense of style. They were the first real post-war design, and they gave us added brightwork on the grille, wraparound bumpers, Ford family crest wheel covers, and full-length custom trim. It makes for the kind of bright style that's as optimistic as the 1950s. The blue paint gets this Ford noticed. It has a nice metallic glow that loves to radiate on your sunny Sunday drives. The custom cruiser attitude continues with the right classic detail upgrades. You have headlight eyelids, side vent shades, blue-dot tail lights, and bright dual exhaust tips. The overall impression is not a classic that gets too fancy to drive or too hot-rodded for pleasant company. It's just distinctive and fun.
The two-door sedan has always been a great way to get a touch of coupe style and more room for passengers inside. And you can tell the dash, door panels, and headliner have all been updated to ensure it's more inviting for everyone. We especially like how the upholstery has been upgraded to a comfortable cloth. The art deco dash and dual-spoke steering wheel have a great classic look and feel. While it's all quite authentic, there have also been the right updates. This includes the auxiliary gauge trio that lets you keep a real eye on what's going on under the hood of this cruiser.
Under the hood is a nice upgrade. While this came from the era of the mighty Ford flathead V8, we're quite happy to see the upgrade to a 302 cubic-inch small block. After all, you still get classic Ford V8 power, but this motor is known for being particularly hardy. So you're just a shadetree Saturday away from making it extra smooth or upgrading into serious power. And no matter your plans for this Ford, your ultimate goal will be about enjoying this for a true cruiser. That's because it has nice upgrades like a three-speed automatic transmission, power brakes, front discs, and a full dual exhaust with a terrific tune.
This is an iconic Ford that keeps a truly classic style while being more vibrant and powerful. So you know it's irresistible at an affordable price like this. Call now!
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