614 E. Auto Center Dr.
This 1929 Ford Pickup Roadster has fuel-injected V8 power, a supple leather interior, a mean matte black style, and an even meaner exhaust growl. So dig into the pics and details, because this is one complete build from every angle.
This truck has a cool attitude that combines the original hot rod spirit with modern touches. It starts with the paint. The hot rod era got us hooked on matte black, but the way this one has such a smooth and even finish you just know it\'s a modern application that went down with care. This one doesn\'t use superfluous chrome and has a blackout grille and windshield frame. The result is a meaner look, that draws added attention to the polished performance pieces, like the dual exhaust tips and slotted mags that are staggered front/rear for a terrific stance. It\'s the dark heart pirate of the streets, and the removable custom wooden bed rails like to really showcase that. There\'s even a leather-strap treasure chest that gives you good storage to keep the wood bed looking clean.
There was nearly $2k recently spent on the soft top. The tan canvas has tight stitching and nice details to add some extra style. And if you like the black and tan combo it shows off, then you\'ll love the tan leather interior. It\'s nicely detailed to be a driver with good bolstering on the seats, full carpeting, and well-finished door panels. You even have good driving music with an AM/FM stereo with CD changer and remote, but it\'s thoughtfully hidden under the seat to keep the dash uncluttered. Instead, the dash keeps a classic style with reproduction Moon readouts with the large speedo in the center. The banjo-style steering wheel, tilt column, side-mounted tach, and Lokar floor shifter round out a package that takes the classic hot rod feel and upgrades it for modern comfort.
You\'ll love lifting up the piano-hinge style hood at the car shows to showcase the tidy V8. This is a 307 cubic-inch small block with upgraded to tuned port fuel injection. You\'ll spot all the right features, like shorty headers and an aluminum radiator with dual electric fans. We also have over $1,000 in recent receipts for a tune-up and components. So it remains a strong runner. And the sweet exhaust note from the dual exhaust is going to make you want to take this out every sunny day. And you can drive it any time with ease thanks to a solid setup. You have a four-link drop axle front end and a four-link rear with coilovers. There\'s also a three-speed automatic transmission, power brakes, and front discs.
The sale comes complete with a front bra, car cover, and build receipts. It all goes to prove this is a cool roadster that\'s a thoughtful total build. Call today!!!
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