614 E. Auto Center Dr.
This 1931 Ford Model A pickup has V8 power, four-wheel disc brakes, and plenty of custom elements from multiple generations. So dig into the pics and details, because this is one complete build from every angle.
Quality leaves a lasting impression, and so the yellow on this pickup continues to look vibrant today. And while this kind of hue is often used for an over-the-top kind of look on many cars, it's actually part of a well-coordinated look. There's a ton of burgundy/brown pinstriping all over the truck that harmonizes with the yellow, and it also goes with the vinyl roof. It makes for a distinct package, especially up-close. And there are more great details, like the genuine wire wheel, bright grille, and the real lumber in the truck bed that includes a storage box.
The pinstripe is also a preview of the interior color. In fact, this soft velour is a complete package on the seats, doors, and headliner. This is a retro-cool kind of look, and so you'll especially like how this has one of the early style rotary-dial car phones still on display. And while this is a special kind of classic, there are also the right useful feature for everyday driving. You have a wood-rimmed sports steering wheel, proper auxiliary readouts in the classic Ford dash layout, and a cool digital tachometer. There's even a floor shifter for the three-speed automatic transmission.
This Ford pickup has proper blue oval power with a 289 cubic-inch V8. You even have the right pieces - everything from an electric fan to a Holley four-barrel carburetor. As you look underneath the truck, you're going to spot a bold red custom chassis that matches the V8's block color. Plus, you'll see upgrades like the four-link front end, independent rear, and four-wheel disc brakes.
This is the pickup with a distinct look, V8 power, and cool upgrades. So if you're looking for something truly classic and unique, call today!
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