213 Thornton Rd
Lithia Springs, GA
Lithia Springs, GA
At first glance, you see the icon that Is the 1946 Ford Deluxe Convertible. But as you dig deeper, you'll discover awesome upgrades, including small block V8 power, an updated suspension, sleeker style, and cruiser-ready A/C interior. So take a long look at one of the coolest convertibles around.
The '46 Ford has an iconic shape, and this one show it off quite well. The Dark Blue Metallic paint is an upgrade later in life. It has been enjoyed, but responsibly, and it retains the kind of luster that loves to highlight the curves in the well-kept sheetmetal. Plus, the dark color is a nice background for all the chrome and stainless that makes this such a recognizable classic. After all, don't you just love how the full-length trim piece looks like an almost unbroken line from the hood to the trunk? But there's something more going on here. The paint is the kind of upgraded finish you give to a street machine, and this one has more of that attitude in the details. You see it in the lowered stance, extra meaty rear tires, large dual exhaust tips, blue dot taillights, and crystal clear headlights. There's even plenty of pinstriping for a custom total presentation.
There are two ways you can present this car to the world. The sharp-looking black convertible top harmonizes with the dark blue paint for a bit of shadowy style. Or you can take it down to show off the sophisticated contrast of the gray interior. It's stylish, fresh, and clean. There's even a matching soft boot cover to complete the package. There's plenty of room inside for family and friends, so you'll be glad there are also upgrades to keep them happy. This includes the AM/FM/CD stereo w/aux input, cup holders, power windows, and cold-blowing air conditioning. It's also built to be a great driver with a sports steering wheel, tilt column, and well-integrated set of AutoMeter auxiliary readouts.
One look at the engine bay, and you know this has been given a nice upgrade, too. Ford flathead power has been swapped for a Chevy small block. This 350 cubic-inch motor is great for upgrading, and it already has a four-barrel carburetor on top. Plus, there are the right supporting components, like an aluminum radiator, separate trans cooler, and an Optima red top battery cleanly mounted in the trunk. As you look underneath the car, you see an upgraded independent front end and trailing arm rear. Plus, power steering, power brakes, front discs, and a three-speed automatic transmission are all great cruising features.
This is an iconic style Ford upgraded for even more substance. So it makes for a great drop-top classic you need to get your hands on right now. Call today!!!
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