Beautiful body-off restoration!Desirable Ford Custom Deluxe Woody Wagon239 flathead V8 engine with tasteful upgradesGorgeous color combinationStunning finished woodworkOptions include:Cabin heaterRear mounted spareDual outside mirrorsDash clockFord AM radio15
Duals, Continental kit, aluminum heads, electric fuel pump, aluminum radiator, fan, FM radio conversion, skirts, sun visor, decent chrome and interior. Edelbrock heads and carburetor, new shocks and front end suspension.
Beautiful black 1950 Ford Custom Deluxe 2 door Tudor sedan. 239 CID/ 100 HP flat head V-8. 2 barrel carburetor. 3 speed manual transmission on the column. Everything is stock and everything is in working order. Comes with outside windshield visor and rear skirts (not installed). Interior is black with white door panels. All window glass is good and operational. Car had a complete restoration done about 15 years ago. Motor runs great. The only mechanical repair to be done, that I can think of, is a new seal has to put in the bottom of the steering gear box.
Classic 1950 Ford Custom "Shoebox"This 1950 Black Beauty has been professionally restored over the past year and a half, including a meticulous rebuild of the performance flathead 239 V8 (bored .060 over), with Holley 4 barrel carb, aluminum finned Offenhauser milled heads (only 4,000 since rebuild). Approximately $50,000 has been invested into this classic Shoebox so it is completely turn key and ready for you to enjoy. The body is very straight with a beautiful glossy black paint job and the restored interior (including newer upholstered seats, headliner & door panels) is also in superb condition. All gauges are in excellent condition. Chrome is shiny and bright, as are the blue dot tail lights. Beautiful original dash and factory gauges. Headers and glass packs (with stainless tips) sound amazing. Original radio (not working) and magic air heater (rebuilt). The car has a clean title and is registered in California.In addition to the above restoration, this 1950 Ford Custom has been upgraded over the past year as follows (have receipts to verify):- Rebuilt 239 V8 performance with Holley 4 barrel carb, aluminum finned Offenhauser milled heads (only 4,000 miles since rebuild) at a cost of $4,000 (*engine rebuilt 3 years ago)- New front disc brakes- Rebuilt rear brakes- Brand new 12 volt wiring throughout- New battery- Two new water pumps- 5 new radial tires (with two brand new mag wheels)- New electric fan & anti-theft kill switch- New fuel pump- New locks- New seat belts- Two new horns- New turn signals- New clock- Rebuilt heater- Rebuilt starter- Rebuilt radiator- New alternatorPRICE: $32,900 O.B.O.The car is located in Dana Point, Orange County, California.Contact Jay via text, phone, or email.*Car is sold As-Is.
This is a very well sorted 1950 Ford Custom DeLuxe Convertible that has successfully toured many times with a perfect record of dependability. The owner has a collection of 65 cars and has enjoyed this Convertible for the past six years. We love the newly repainted dark blue livery with tan vinyl interior. The correct tan canvas top is also new, along with the boot cover. The carpet has a small area by the drivers seat that shows wear and should be replaced or otherwise covered with a floor mat. To make the car more bullet-proof, this car was fitted with a custom after-market radiator and has new upgraded dual water pumps. (the original radiator will be included in the sale) It also has a complement of modern gauges for more accurate touring information. Our featured convertible came with a 239 CID Ford Flathead V8 with the three-speed overdrive manual transmission. The exhaust has been modified to sound similar to glass packs. So the wonderful rumble of the V-8 is heard from the exhaust. And it sounds very cool!! Overall, the cosmetics are very good. The car can proudly be displayed at local car shows, but it is by no means a trailer queen. This Ford is all about driving it and enjoying the smooth, powerful V-8! BACKGROUND ON THE 50 FORDS: In 1950, you could order your new shoebox Ford in Coupe, Sedan, Convertible or Wagon body styles. The 1949 1951 Shoe-box Fords are frequently credited with reviving the struggling Ford Motor Company of the time. Under the leadership of the then 32-year-old Henry Ford II, grandson of the founder, the company massively reinvigorated their passenger car line-up. Externally, the visual differences noted for the 1950 model year included the new rectangular parking lamps up front being moved below the grill bar and encased in bright metal housings. The block lettering found on the hood of the 49s was replaced in 1950, with a stylized Ford crest with red, white and blue cloisonn. The hood ornament was also altered to illustrate a more swept back design. The rear of the car received a similar badge as found on the hood, along with a body-colored deck handle and licence plate lamp assembly changed from the chrome of the 49s. Ford featured glass tail lights for the last time in 1950. External trunk hinges were also phased out after 1950 leading to the 1951 model having the trunk hinges moved internally. Other specific changes for the 1950 model included the gas cap being moved behind a filler door for the first time and the external door handle mechanisms were switched from a lever style to a push button. Internally, some changes noted in the 1950 model was that the speedometer needle was switched to plastic from the metal of the 1949 model. The radio speaker was switched out from chrome that blinded drivers when driving into the sun in the 49s to match the rest of the dash and avoid any further safety concerns. Drive a 50 Ford today see, hear and feel the difference at Classic Promenade. Contact Harry Clark at 1-602-245-7200 or email us at email@example.com for more details; as the slogan said: there could be a Ford in your future with a future built in!
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