Everyone knows the late-60s muscle cars, but the horsepower wars started far earlier using full-sized hammers like this 1964 Ford Custom 2-door sedan. Stuffed full of Fords nastiest 427 and fitted with a bunch of upgrades to make it easy to drive today, its got an industrial-strength look that still resonates today. If you wanted a performance car, you bought a Custom and stripped it down. The Custom was the bottom-of-the-line, so it was already no frills, but the smartest guys specd a 427 (known as a Q-code) and little else. Most were Wimbledon White, partly because thats how Ford painted them when they went racing and partly because it was the most visible background for sponsorship decals at the drag strip. Regardless, thats how this car was originally born and it cackles and snarls just as youd expect. The long bodywork is straight and clean, and while the paint isnt show-quality, it has a bare-knuckles look thats still intimidating. Somewhere along the line this one grew a teardrop hood like the Thunderbolts (which were one size smaller, on the Fairlane platform) and the center headlights were converted to air intakes, both modifications that probably could have happened when it was fairly new. Panel gaps are good and it doesnt look like this car was actually used for racing. Even the chrome shines up nicely and gives the Custom a bit of an upscale look, just for fun. The blue vinyl interior is bargain basement, but thats purely intentional. Bench seats, a manual shifter sticking out of the transmission tunnel, and a tach stuck to the top of the dash make it seem very much like 1964 all over again. Youll note this car has both clock and radio delete, and theres a heater only because it was standard equipment. The big steering wheel looks great with its built-in horn ring, making it feel at least a little civilized, and the beautiful silver-faced gauges have a fairly contemporary look. That Hurst shifter is now linked to a modern 5-speed gearbox, so its a lot happier on highway cruises, but the original Toploader 4-speed is available (call for details). The back seat is still plenty spacious, so bring some friends, because, quite honestly, the dual-quad 427 wont even notice the extra weight. Theres also a huge trunk thats been stripped of everything but the mats in the interest of drag strip functionality. But the real story is all happening underneath, where that Q-code 427 is dressed for combat. With Holman Moody tinwork, 427 emblems and a lot of period-correct details, it looks the way it might have before its first race in 1964. Dual quads are always impressive, but this one runs very well and they dont get at all fussy, although youd better be sure its aimed where you want it to go before you crack open the secondaries. With less than 500 miles on the build, its very fresh and hasnt been raced, so no worries about getting someone elses tired, yet expensive, hi-po motor. The 5-speed transforms the big block into something that can be easily used on the street and it bellows through a set of gorgeous long-tube headers and a stainless exhaust system. A Ford 9-inch out back doesnt seem to mind the torque ripping through it and it sits right, especially on those skinny 215/75/15 blackwalls that emulate the original bias-plys that it might have worn originally. Most folks wont get this car, but if youre one of those Ford guys who love the early muscle, this car hits all the right notes. Call today!
Its probably fair to call this 1958 Ford 300 2-door sedan a bit of a sleeper. Its certainly attractive in a 1950s way, offering lots of chrome and two-tone paint, but underneath theres a big old horsepower factory in the form of a stroked 390 cubic inch V8 backed by a 4-speed manual. If you like your fun to be low-profile, this Ford might be a great choice. The 300 was the basic everymans car that delivered a good balance of value, performance, and style. The 58 Fords were extensively redesigned with the quad headlights being the most notable change. Ford never really got crazy with the tail fins, but there are little points out back to let everyone know that this is a product of its age, and a faux hood scoop is a neat touch. The two-tone Colonial White and Azure Blue is a fantastic choice and the way the trim is designed on the 58 Fords, it has a natural break point that highlights the stainless side trim. Its an older paint job, just right for casual cruise nights and it shines up pretty well even after several years. The chrome is a combination of original and freshened pieces, with the big grille showing light signs of age but everything else looking pretty darned nice. Dual antennas, fender-mounted mirrors, and those jet-age taillights all make this Ford look fast without being over-done. The interior was recently trimmed and looks very much the way a 50s cruiser should. The factory bench seat wears a new seat cover that matches the exterior color combination rather well, and with dark blue carpets, it looks and feels elegant inside. The factory steering wheel, arched instrument panel, and door hardware stick with the OEM theme, but details like the floor-mounted shifter, Stewart Warner auxiliary gauges, and vintage Rotunda tach on the dash add a performance vibe. Custom pedals dont hurt, either. The original AM radio is still in the dash but theres a Pioneer AM/FM/CD stereo head unit with remote cleverly stashed in the glove box and the speakers were carefully installed where they wouldnt be easily seen. The back seat offers full-sized comfort and the giant trunk was made for road trips. Tip the hood forward and youll find what appears to be a vintage 390 cubic inch V8, but with a 428 crank inside, it makes a rather impressive 410 cubic inches. Topped by a vintage Tri-Power setup, an oval air cleaner, and cool Mercury valve covers, it aims for a period performance look. Youll also find a modern power steering system, a big aluminum radiator with electric fan, modern alternator, and an electronic ignition system to make sure it runs like it should. The engine bay sticks mostly to an OEM look, with obviously upgrades like the dual master cylinder for safety. Underneath, you can see that there was real money spent on this build, because the red oxide primer on the floors really makes the rest of the chassis pop. There are long-tube headers with cut-outs leading to a custom Flowmaster dual exhaust system, the aforementioned 4-speed manual gearbox, and a robust Ford 9-inch rear hanging on a set of ladder bars. Add in two fat sway bars, front disc brakes and staggered 215/70/15 front and 295/50/15 rear BFG radials and you get a vintage Ford that drives like something much more recent. An unusual car that gets everything right, plus a period performance vibe. We like this car and it runs even better than it looks. Call today!
Check out this very sharp 1950 Ford Custom. This is a very nice car. It is powered by Chevy with the engine being a 350 and the transmission being a 350 turbo. It runs and drives good. The transmission looks new by looking at the pan. It has headers with dual exhaust and sounds good. The engine is pretty stock. It has an Aluminum Radiator to keep it running cool. The carb is an Eldebrock 4 barrel. It has Vintage AC that works good and blows cold. The black paint is slick with only a couple very small scratches from it being driven. The body is straight down the sides and very solid. It has power rack & pinion steering so it handles the road good. It has power disc brakes on front. The chrome bumpers, grille and trim all looks great. The interior is done in Red leather including seats, headliner and door panels. The carpet is also Red. It has tilt steering as well as telescopic steering. The speedo works as does the gas gauge. It has Bosch oil pressure and temp gauges mounted under the dash. The windows are electric and are a little slow going up they do work. The emergency brake works as does the horn and wipers. All the lights work even the tag light. The trunk is done to match the interior and is electric. To set the car off is the American Racing wheels with 215/60R15 tires that are in good condition with plenty of tread left on them. The floor pans and trunk are in good condition. Turn key car ready to go.
1948 Ford Woodie. Paint is Sikens Blade Green, tan leather seating and vinyl padded top from Labaro Bonney. 6 disc changer and AM/FM radio. Tilt steering wheel from 87 Astro Van, with modified 48 Ford steering wheel. Motor is an LT1 350ci with fuel injection, backed by a 4L60 4-speed automatic and finally driving a 1959 Thunderbird rear end. Brakes are 9.5 power disc in the front and 10.5 in the rear. Vintique wheels, hubcaps, and trim rings with wide whitewall radials, roll the Woodie down the road. This was a Frame off restoration of a rust free California 1948 Woodie. Have all specifics on wood restoration and re-finishing, inside and out. All you need is the surf board and you are ready for the beach! Shown by Appointment only. Please call to schedule your appointment today.
We are pleased to present this 1950 Ford Deluxe Custom Coupe. When a custom car builder builds a car from himself the end results are usually pretty stunning. That is the case with this Ultra Orange Pearl two tone head turner. Completed 12 years ago and stored the last 7 years, the paint is suffering from some cracking, however everything is straight and neatly done from the custom grill and head lights to the chopped top and custom made removable rear side windows to the Caddy styled tail lights. The custom look extends to the interior with both front and back bucket seats with a center console color matched to the exterior. It has power front windows and a custom dash but most of the gauges are non-functioning. We have our mechanics looking into the issue. The 307ci Oldsmobile V8 engine paired with a 3 speed auto transmission and front disc brakes make for a nice and safe driving experience. This car is ready for car shows! This vehicle qualifies for an optional 90 day ASC drivetrain warranty. We can arrange shipping to your location. If you have any questions, please call or text Savannah Classic Cars at 912-235-2347.
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This 1951 Ford Custom two-door sedan is that perfect mix of vintage appeal with extra flair added in. So if you love flathead V8 power and a head-turning personality, then this is the obtainable classic you need to read all about. For the brief three years this design was available, the 1951 version is the final and often most sough-after. Thats because of the bright work. Up front they doubled that amount of bullet-nosed boldness, and the cool wraparound taillight/tailfin was even longer. Speaking of wraparound, the bright side trim still retained the full-length sweeping effect, but now it followed the bodywork all the way around the rear. And this one has all the best classic style, right down to the factory wheel covers and whitewall tires. But what really attracts you to this is the paint. The satin red is a new and professional application, and in fact, the workshop shop owner is the one who had this vehicle. The matte finish gives this 51 Ford a hot-rod style attitude without being too outlandish - exactly why you want in an approachable classic. The exterior is fresh without losing its vintage appeal, and that same attitude is carried over into the interior. You can tell there was a nice investment in the tan seats, carpeting, and dash. Even the trunk has been thoughtfully updated. These two-door sedans have a nice profile on the outside while still offering a large back seat and rear vent windows, so it makes for a fine classic to invite others along for the ride. The big steering wheel feels great in your hands, and beyond that everything looks correct from the large speedometer to the AM radio thats still on display. The glowing golden block of the 239 cubic-inch flathead is something we all love to see at car shows. Youll get an extra kick out of telling people that the date code on the block is period-correct. Plus, everything looks accurate from the dual 90-degree radiator hoses to the big oil bath air cleaner. The correct single exhaust gives a nice hum, and the column-mounted three-speed manual transmission adds to the era 50s-style fun. All the right upgrades without jeopardizing the old-school fun. This 51 has a lot to offer for such an obtainable price. So dont miss out, call today!
This 1951 Ford Custom two-door sedan hits that perfect balance of a cherished classic with its pastel/chrome exterior, and its also the bad boy with a tuned V8 lurking in the engine bay. This makes for a total package that is as easy to love as a comfortable cruiser or your incognito hot rod. Today we would call any two-door car like this a coupe, but Ford called it a sedan in 1951. You can instantly see why in its profile with the large rear roll down windows. The benefit of a bodystyle like this not only gives the rear passengers more room, but you also get to educate a few people at the car shows as they search for the rear door handle. Like any good 1950s car, theres plenty of chrome on the bumpers and on the highly stylized grille. And this one really has extra elegance in its details. Those dual bullet-nose elements leading the way, fender skirts, taillights that integrate into bright trim, and full-length side trim that seamlessly wraps around the rear its all part of a stunning package. You can see it all so well because of a quality respray of Sea Island Green that happened later in life. The car was also lowered 2 so you have a tasteful, custom look, that adds to the overall presentation. The interior was given a nice restoration that looks terrific while still respecting the Fords vintage roots. For example, the seats were reupholstered, but they follow a correct stripe and button-top pattern. These seats coordinate with the door panels and dash to create a great uniform total feeling. The atmosphere is absolutely like an authentic time capsule, but if you look closely, you can spot some worthwhile upgrades. For example, the steering wheel was upgraded to a Limeworks Cresliner, at the tune of $1000 (the original comes with the sale) and the radio is an AM/FM unit for better cruising tunes. Under the hood is a terrific presentation. After all, if youre a Ford fan, its hard to beat the dual pipes diving into the famous flathead V8. But you can also tell from this show-worthy presentation that there have been some nice investments here. It now includes an Isky cam, Offenhauser finned heads (originals included), Fenton Headers an alternator (8 volts), electronic ignition, electric fuel pump, and much more (call for all the details.) Plus, its topped with a Holley four-barrel carburetor. So you have extra power that also helps give the dual exhaust a sweet tone. You are in complete control of it all thanks to the column-shifted three-speed manual transmission with overdrive. And all of this completed in 2012, verified by receipts. This classic has a full history that includes a long-term first owner and his son performing a quality restoration. The sale also comes with title documentation, owners manual, build receipts, maintenance records, a new car cover, and a bunch of original components. Its a distinct and iconic Ford with a story to tell. So dont miss your chance at this exceptional classic, call today!
Steel body Flathead V-8 engine Tri-Power setup Dual exhaust 3-speed transmission Column-mounted shifter Yellow with Black folding top Red leather interior Fender skirts Chrome bumpers Painted steel wheels Chrome Deluxe hubcaps and trim rings Wide Whitewall tires
Stk#052 1937 Ford Wild Rod Pickup Painted Yellow BC/CC with a chopped top this pickup has a power hood, power bedcover, dual California mirrors, smooth running boards, and chrome KMC Rims with Yokohama AB Sport tires. There is a stainless grill, stainless head lights, and stainless exhaust tips coming through the running boards. Flush mount windshield, remote suicide doors with air ride. There is a recessed license plate in the bed along with custom tail lights. Jump terminals located on the frame. Kill switch. This is a really good looking pickup. You are sure to be noticed cruising in this Wild Rod. The interior is Tan & white leather with bucket seats. Custom door panels are tan & white. There is a custom console with B&M shifter in it. Tan carpet, custom floor mats, a Viper dash with Autometer gauges with white face, Eclipse AM/FM/CD player with Vintage Heat and A/C. All the knobs and switches are hidden as well as the key switch. Ididit tilt chrome column with Billet column drop. Polished Grant steering wheel with half wrapped leather to match the interior. Billet gas pedal with Lokar linkage, Billet brake pedal pad. White headliner, dash and top half of doors are painted yellow to match car. Interior looks good! The engine is a 350 with small cam and gear drive. 350 Auto transmission, serpentine belt system, polished A/C and alternator brackets, Billet pulleys, chrome A/C compressor and alternator, HPC headers, chrome water pump. Chrome Coolflex hose top, chrome coil, GM aluminum intake, Holley 4 barrel carb. Edelbrock air cleaner and valve covers grooved and polished. Lokar linkage, Mallory unilite distributor, yellow plug wires, Billet Chevy logo wire holders, chrome steering linkage, chrome transmission stick & tube. There is a custom aluminum radiator, electric fan, Mustang II type front end with rack and a 9 Ford rear end. This pickup will surely make you smile! Showstopper!
A cool 1950 Ford Custom Coupe with every period-correct accessory you can imagine is already a bold standout. But as you dig deeper, youll see that this one was invested in correctly, too, so that youll confidently show off this attention-grabbing classic everywhere. The light blue fits into this cars era perfectly. Not only is a great 50s style color, but it was also given a professional respray a while back. So the result is a classic coupe that doesnt look like it has brand new color, which gives it that perfect balance of looking like a pristine original while still having an undeniable attraction every time the sunlight highlights its luster. The Club Coupe body is one of the most sought-after designs from the period. More expensive and sleeker than the two-door sedan, these are far rarer and much more desirable. Plus, the Custom Deluxe had extra trim all around the car. So iconic elements like the bullet-nose grille and full-length trim are joined by extra brightwork on the front and rear fenders. Plus, this one really turns the shine up a notch with great period-correct upgrades like the dual spotlights (for display), headlight eyelids, curb feelers, and tall bumper overriders. Theres even extra trim around the sunshade. But even with all these cool-cruising upgrades, dont forget to spot all the correct details, including the classic Ford badging, rear fender skirts, color-matched wheels, and iconic whitewalls. Inside, everything is quite correct, and it looks like there have been investments to keep it that way. For example, the gray and beige striped pattern on the cloth seating is exactly what youd expect in a 1950s machine. But this combines with the carpeting, door panels, and headliner to deliver a feeling thats far fresher than the factory. The Custom Deluxe lines correct two-spoke steering wheel with bright trim is pure 1950s cool. And beyond that, the dash looks like a time capsule. In fact, youll love all the period-correct details like the working heater and courtesy lights. Even the truck is ready to show off with the factory jack and full-size whitewall spare. Under the hood is the unmistakable appearance of Fords iconic 239 flathead V8. The bronze block and oil bath air cleaner are great classic elements we all love to see. But as you dig deeper, there are also all the right signs that this is a great cruiser. The upgrade to an alternator, fresh belts, good hoses, upgraded MSD wires all tell you this is ready for the road. The motors top end was rebuilt in 2006, it was converted to 12-volt electrics, and a new aluminum radiator was added in 2013. So yes, this has been maintained exactly how you would want your classic to be. And the result is an iconic V8 that fires up with gusto (the low mileage on the odometer is even believed to be actual!) Plus, the stainless dual exhaust is also newer to give you a clean rumble from the V8. You have complete control over this motor and its soundtrack thanks to the classic column-shifted three-speed manual transmission. This one feels solid because they invested correctly to keep it solid. The sale even comes with the owners manual, title documentation, and maintenance records. So its a great all-around classic coupe. A Ford like this is always in demand, so dont let it slip away. Call today!!!
If youre a fan of the cars that got Detroit humming after WWII, then you already know this convertible. The 1950 Ford Custom was part of that great style revolution that brought a new era of sleekness into design. So to find a turn-key ready V8 droptop that represents this era so well is a true gem. This Ford gets it right. After all, a convertible always looks terrific in a high-gloss red. Like any good 1950s car, theres plenty of chrome on the bumpers and on the highly stylized grille. In the middle of that bullet nose theres an 8 just so everyone knew back then that you were piloting the big motor. Whitewalls, fender skirts, and complete trim sweeping down the profile make us instantly nostalgic. And on the rear, theres even the addition of a continental kit for true distinction. And as you look at all the details from the special hood ornament to the dual spotlights you just know someone took the time to get this convertible right. We love the black convertible top with the red trim. Not only does this newer piece look premium, but with the flip of a switch, it powers down to reveal a two-tone black and red interior waiting underneath. These two colors are perfectly intertwined. You see in places like the red piping on the black seatbacks and the dual patterns in the door panels. This one feels so authentic, right down to the stylized Ford steering wheel. And just like the exterior, the details are nice, too, with a working clock and the AM radio is still cranking out tunes! Theres an addition of two auxiliary readouts, and since they are Stewart Warner units, even this helpful upgrade feels period correct. Its the kind of overall appearance that youll love showing off. 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 matching the block. And the radiator hoses are so crisp, they look like they are diving into the motor. But more than just looking good, the glasspack-style dual exhaust gives this famous V8 a little extra bass during your Sunday drives. And the three-speed manual transmission w/overdrive lets you control that soundtrack while also giving it a powerful feeling around town if you so desire. Complete with owners manual, this is the classic that youll love to drive and love to show off. Since not too many cars do it as well as this one, you might want to hurry up and grab it before someone else does. Call today!!!
1950 Ford Custom Orginal Flat Head V8 3 Speed TrasmissionDuel Exhaust with Glass PacksNice Metalic Red PaintMild Custom touches including Fenders Skirts, Search Lights, Shaved Trunk and Caddy Hubcaps with 4 Whitewall2 Tone Gray and Red Interior with Red PipingFinance available up to 7 yearsCall Austin 863-226-8590
SOLD.....Body-Steel 41 Ford Convertible deluxe,chopped 41/2 inches, window post laid back. Front fenders lengthened and molded into one piece,Grill-Handmade, Door corners rounded. Custom made running boards molded in, rear fenders lengthened and molded to gravel pan. Front section of rear fenders rolled under at bottom, handmade scoops and scoop teeth ,grill bars handmade. Hood lengthened 2 inches, 69 Cadillac hood top skin,hood corners rounded. Headlights moved out 2 inches and frenched,Bodywork by Squeeg Jerger and Kenney Gartman Paint-PPG Candy Golden Fire Urethane 3 stage, paint by Doug Jerger Engine 428c.i. Ford Cobra Jet FE block, blueprinted, stock crank, TRW forged pistons, stock rods, 9-0-1 Compression, Crane cam, lifters, valve springs, stock rocker arms, FE heads, ported and polished by M>A>C>H> Development. Dyno’d at 440 h.p. Original 3-2 Ford 406 intake manifold with 3 Holley 2-barrel carbs, handmade aluminum air cleaner. MSD ignition, Sanderson headers. Engine built by M.A.C.H. Stock Ford C-6 automatic transmission. Chassis/Suspension Stock frame rear C’d 6 inches, Mustang ll cross member Power steering, Gabrial shocks Tubular A-arms narrowed 1 inch Ford 9 inch narrowed 3. gears, Gabrial shocks Air bags in rear by Air Ride Technologies Brakes-Front disc w/ 11 inch rotors and calipers Rear drum ECI power master cylinder Wheels and Tires-Custom made 15inch wheels 57 Cadillac wheel covers Diamond Back Classic Whitewalls 225/70/15 Interior-Naugahyde vinyl upholstery, cut pile Wilton wool carpet Handmade wrap around rear seat Stock dash, gauges restored and converted to 12 volt Center dash grille modified for A/C duct 61 Cadillac steering wheel Lokar shifter and pedals A/C by Vintage Air,Custom Auto Sound 6 CD changer , 2 Orion 100 watt amps trunk mounted Price: $99,900.
View over 100 pictures and BID ONLINE for this vehicle at Bid.WheelerAuctionGroup.com Seller Description: Rare shoe box drop top - ready to cruise! Dual carbs, sweet rumbling dual exhaust, radial tires, newer top, rebuilt engine, 12 volt conversion, collector owned for many years. Runs and drives well, ready for cruise night! Vehicle is located in Wisconsin, USA. Bidder/Buyer is responsible for pickup and/or shipping charges from this location to wherever they want it shipped to.
Gateway Classic Cars of Louisville is proud to present this 1951 Ford Custom . The Stock 239 Cubic inch Flat head V8 of this beauty has been rebuilt and currently has 30000 miles on it. This just goes to show, that this Ford a is a solid dependable driver. Headers with Smithy mufflers have been added to give the Flat head V8 a nice throaty sound. An electric fuel has been added for easier starts. A 12-volt conversion has been done and a one wire alternator is now used to keep up with the electrical requirements. A Jamco suspension has been added with custom coil springs up front and leaf springs in the rear. A one-inch sway bay has been added to reduced body roll in the curves. To give the 51 Ford Custom nice 50 s theme, a sweet Flame paint job has been added to the front of the car along with 108 louvers in the hood. Options for this 1951 Ford Custom include; Steel wheels with hub caps wrapped in wide white wall Coker Radial tires and cloth interior. This 1951 Ford Custom is for sale in our Louisville Showroom and can be seen in greater detail including 100+ HD pictures and an HD Video at www.gatewayclassiccars.com. For additional information please call our knowledgeable staff at (812)294-1555 or email us at Louisville@GatewayClassicCars.com. If you would like to see it in person, come to our Louisville Showroom located at 13576 Blue Lick Rd., Memphis, IN 47143. http://www.gatewayclassiccars.com/LOU/1774/1951-Ford-Custom
For sale in our Fort Lauderdale showroom is this beautiful 1951 Ford Custom Deluxe convertible. This super nice example of a 51 Ford Custom Deluxe convertible underwent a frame-off restoration in the mid 2000 s. The original bulletproof Flathead 8 cylinder engine and the Ford-O-Matic transmission were rebuilt at this time. The car was then purchased by the Rogers Museum in Las Vegas, where the cosmetic restoration was completed. This Ford received a new coat of paint, the interior and chrome were restored. The car was displayed there until it closed in 2015. Today we are proud to feature this beautiful piece of automobile history in our Ft Lauderdale showroom in south Florida. It is just a dream to cruise in this 51 Ford through town. Rain or shine, with the new convertible top you won t get wet. You will see a lot of upgoing thumbs and smiling people wherever you will drive by. A lot of memories were already written in this car and now it s time for you to write your own in this beauty. This is a gorgeous Ford Custom Deluxe convertible that is ready for the next owner. To see 100+ HD pictures and a video of this 1951 Ford Custom Deluxe convertible, please visit gatewayclassiccars.com. For more information or to schedule an appointment to view this car in person, please call the Fort Lauderdale showroom at (954) 227-4202 or email us directly at fortlauderdale@GatewayClassicCars.com See more ta: http://www.gatewayclassiccars.com/FTL/688/1951-Ford-Custom-Deluxe
Gateway Classic Cars of Louisville is proud to present this awesome 1950 Ford Custom. The Ford custom club coupe debuted in 1948 at the Waldorf-Astoria Hotel in New York City as a 49 model. The new integrated steel construction was advertised a lifeguard body with even the woody wagon was steel. The styling for the 50 model is very similar with the classic bullet in the chrome grill. This 50 is a remarkable example of what these cars were right off the assembly line. Owned by the same person for 35 years before being bought by the current owner this Custom Deluxe was used only as a show car. The black paint is slick and shows off the remarkable body lines that these beauties are known for. The chrome trim is in just as good of condition giving the car a remarkable finished look. The Ford crest is displayed proudly in the middle of the hood which was the first of its kind but would live on for decades to come. The dog dish hubcaps really put the exclamation point on the exterior while tying it all together the original flathead engine is still resting between the frame rails and with the addition of an electric fuel pump she will start right up every time. With the cooling system completely gone through including the addition of an aluminum radiator this flathead is ready for cruising stop light to stop light without a hiccup. The interior has been taken great care of and is as comfortable as your favorite lazy boy. You will however have the pleasure of shifting through the gears via the 3 on the tree set up. If you have been looking for a very original Ford that has not been all cut up or full of bad repairs this all steel beauty is the car for you. Options on this 1950 Ford Custom include, Cloth Interior, Custom Wheels with Hubcaps and Radial Tires.This 1950 Ford Custom is for sale in our Louisville Showroom and can be seen in greater detail including 100+ HD pictures and an HD Video at www.gatewayclassiccars.com. For additional information please call our knowledgeable staff at (812)294-1555 or email us at Louisville@GatewayClassicCars.com. If you would like to see it in person, come to our Louisville Showroom located at 13576 Blue Lick Rd., Memphis, IN 47143. http://www.gatewayclassiccars.com/LOU/1625/1950-Ford-Custom
¾” Isky cam20 on crank / 10 on cylinder 3:55 Ring and pinion 51 Mercury engine with 4” stroke Adjustable lifters Aluminum radiator Auto meter gages Electric trunk and windows Front axle 4” drop Mustang steering box New upholstery Offenhauser heads Remote door locks Tilt steering Tinted windows (tempered) Two carb Edelbrock intake
Custom Built 1934 Ford Roadster Original 1934 Ford frame fully boxed. Engine is 1955 Super Red Ram Hemi 270 cubic inch bored 60 over with Hot Heads components, Holley 600 CFM carburetor 700 R4 automatic transmission with B&M Megashifter and Roadrunner Converter. Custom-made headers. Mustang II independent front suspension, four-wheel power disc brakes, QA1 coilover shocks front and rear, 9-inch Ford rear end with 355 posi, strange axles, and 4 link. Body by Minotti Reasonable offers considered
One-of-a- Kind Vintage Custom COE. Build sheet $300,000. 454 Big Block Chevy Engine. Allison Transmission. New GM 5 Ton Chassi. Hidden 5th wheel hitch. Air Ride Assist. VIN#C5R1LB17735