800 Derita Road, Ste. A
This hot rod 1929 Ford Woody Wagon is a fresh build, and you just know this has the classic surf wagon hot rod style that's ready to hit the beach. But even if you don't feel like catching any waves, the slick metallic red paint, real wood, leather-lined A/C interior, four-wheel disc brakes, and shining 350 V8 will still make you the king of the cruise-in.
The reason why you instantly gravitate towards this surf wagon is because of how fresh everything is. With barely 350 miles on the whole build, deep red metallic paint has the kind of slick appearance that makes it look almost wet in the sunshine. It has been formed into the iconic Model A shape, and there are even terrific classic details, like the correct grille Moto-Meter radiator cap, and a tan vinyl roof. But you know it's a complete custom setup with the way the extra wide fenders that hold the modern 17-inch Ridler alloys. The full package makes for quite an attractive hot rod setup, but really, there's one part that particularly elevates this from a cool cruiser to an award-worthy creation. That's real birdseye maple wood used for the body. It has the right look that it came out of a woodworking master's shop. And on top they laid the right amount of gloss to smooth the joints and match the luster of the red paint. So it's a custom car with a thoughtful and uniform feel.
Open the suicide doors, and the feeling of custom and craftsman continues. There's plenty of natural wood for accenting, and now its joined by a tasteful tan on the custom door panels, taut headliner, and supple leather seats. Speaking of the seats, we love how you get classic hot rod style benches, but with a custom contouring for true comfort. In fact, the front has individual bucket-style seatbacks. You get the best in well-integrated upgrades, like an AM/FM stereo mounted in the headliner, power windows, and cold-blowing air conditioning. You'll slip behind a classic banjo-style steering wheel, and it's mounted on a polished tilt column. And the dash looks great with the full gauge package set in a sporty machine-turned panel.
The V8 has a huge amount of shine to make sure even the engine bay is an award-worthy presentation. And when you look beyond the flash, you'll see the substance of a 350 cubic-inch small block. It inhales deeply with a Holley four-barbell carburetor, and the shorty headers help add power and bass to the dual exhaust. This fresh setup also has the right supporting components, like upgraded pulleys and an electric fan. Because this is meant to be your favorite cruiser, they gave it the right suspension with upgraded independent A-arm setup up front and a four-link rear. The GM's 4-speed automatic transmission does a nice job of smoothly getting power to the strong Currie 9-inch rear end. And modern performance tires and four-wheel power disc brakes gives you superior all-around handling.
This Ford is fresh, sleek, comfortable, and truly a craftsman build. So it makes for the ideal custom for those who love to drive their classic and have all eyes on them everywhere they arrive. Call now!
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