4610 Pet Lane
This 1935 Ford Sedan is a full custom that has a sleek look, unique color combo, loaded interior, powerful V8, an overdrive transmission, and more. It all makes for a long list of features where you have a thoughtful build made to enjoy to the fullest.
This is a classic American style with an all-steel body, but you can't help but feel a touch of European flair. After all, you have an elegant style with the full blue body and darker blue fixed canvas roof. It has the same kind of color combo you would find on a new Bentley. But this one makes sure you know it's really a street machine. There is a sleek style with deleted bumpers, a lowered roofline, deleted trim, and details like the license plate and quad exhaust tips integrated into the rear. And of course, on a classic American like this, there's room for brightwork. It's here to draw attention to classic pieces like the waterfall grille and headlight bezels, as well as show off upgrades like 15-inch wheels. And the longer you look at the full package, the more you see how much time they spent making everything look unique.
Remote door poppers on a key fob are always fun, and it's your gateway to even more cool blue inside. The exterior light hue returns on the dash and steering column, and the darker blue is used for the main color. Plus, there's even a textured blue fabric insert on the seats and doors for added comfort and style. In fact, comfort and style seem to be the interior's central theme. You have nice upgrades like power windows, an armrest center console, and provisions for air conditioning (it will need servicing to bow cold again.) It's set up to be a great cruiser with a banjo-style steering wheel on a tilt column, Lokar-style floor shifter, and a dash dominated by a full Stewart gauge package with large speedo and tach.
The smooth light blue firewall, tidiness of the motor, and chrome components give the engine bay a nice style. And more than just look good, this has a strong 350 cubic-inch V8 heart. It features a Holley four-barrel carburetor, upgraded intake, and shorty headers that feed the dual exhaust. You have a well-done suspension with a Mustang II-style front end and drilled & slotted power front disc brakes. Plus, there's power steering, wide modern tires, and a four-speed automatic transmission with highway-ready overdrive.
This is the cool custom classic that's built to turn heads on trips near or far. That makes for an irresistible custom cruiser. Call today!
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