Streetside Classics - Nashville
6000 Reliance Dr
This 1950 Ford Custom Tudoor sedan has a sleek look, period-correct upgrades, and a comfy interior. It's the right mix of investments and originality, and so you know this the right deal at the right price.
Everyone loves the sleek look of Ford's first post-war design. It was fairly groundbreaking when it first appeared, which is why it remains an icon today. So if you're a fan of this history, then this two-door sedan's appearance will be particularly rewarding. The black paint is shines like your nostalgia, and the hint of red within the two-piece wheel trim and the whitewalls are truly vintage. Everything from the bullet-nose grille, to the trunk hinges, to the full-length Custom trim has a nice shining presentation. And of course, those wraparound chrome bumpers are eye-catching. You even have all the right period-correct cruiser pieces, like the windshield overhang, vent window breezies, and rear fender skirts.
The interior is exactly how you want it. Some items have an original look, like the steering wheel, big round speedometer, heater, and AM radio that's still on display. But then there are well-integrated upgrades, like the comfy velour fabric on the seats and side panels. And while the red inserts look bolder than anything stock, the overall pattern still pays tribute to the stock look.
The period-correct presentation continues under the hood where the 239 cubic-inch flathead V8 is showcased in glowing bronze. The engine bay is nicely detailed with the correct oil-bath air cleaner and the right stock parts. But more than just looking good, the flathead is a great engine for enjoying classic motoring. In fact, this was driven over two hours to get to our showroom. It's good driving nature also comes from a three-speed manual transmission with overdrive and the irresistible hum of the glasspack-style dual exhaust.
Nicely presented, correctly invested, and priced right - this '50 Ford is exactly what you want. So don't let it slip away, call today!!!
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