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$37,995
1955 Ford Other Ford Models

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Its really a shame that SUVs and minivans have taken the place of the traditional station wagon, because everyone should have childhood memories of cruising the countryside in a wood-sided hauler like this 1955 Ford Ranch Wagon. With a smooth-running V8, A/C, and a 5-speed manual gearbox, nobodys going to complain about the journey or be in a hurry to reach their destination. The car was repainted recently in its original code KE Buckskin Tan and White combination, and it looks just fantastic. The paint is in excellent condition showing minimal signs of use and only very minor signs of age, which is inevitable no matter what kind of car youre driving, and we love the subtle period look. Without the wood of the Country Squire to get in the way, this 2-door wagon looks incredibly clean and sleek, but also very appropriate. Of course, with Ford, it was all about Jet-Age style, so you also get Ford details like the round taillights (which are actually a combination of 55 and 56 parts), that wonderful mesh grille, and a sleek aircraft-inspired hood ornament. We also really dig the Ranch Wagon script on the front fenders and the flip-down license plate bracket that still shows your plate even when the tailgate is down. The attractive two-tone interior is a fantastic complement to the tan and white bodywork and makes the handsome wagon feel very upscale, which is entirely the point. Fords corporate dash should look familiar, with a hooded speedometer with a Plexiglas window in back to light it from behind, a tach on the steering column, auxiliary gauges under the dash and a big 2-spoke steering wheel that makes the wagon easy to maneuver. Three round pods in the center of the dash house the heater controls, a block-off plate for the radio, and the clock, respectively, and there are A/C vents discreetly tucked under the dash. And yes, that shifter manages a 5-speed manual gearbox, which makes this wagon a ton of fun to drive and an easy cruiser on the highway. The cargo bay is outfitted with heavy-duty carpeted mats and the seat folds down, allowing this wagon to swallow a shocking amount of cargo, so its a hobby car that doesnt mind doing a little work on the weekends. Fords Y-block V8 was a familiar sight throughout the late 50s, a smooth powerplant with enough power to make the wagon feel peppy around town. This is a 312 cubic inch version built by noted Y-block expert John Mummert, so it runs superbly. Not radical, it nonetheless delivers modern performance without looking out of place. Theres a custom intake manifold by Mummert and an Edelbrock 4-barrel carb on top, Pertronix ignition system, and a giant aluminum radiator up front. The chrome air cleaner looks suitably old school and the polished Thunderbird valve covers are exactly the right touch. The 5-speed shifts easily and has nice clutch take-up, and with overdrive, its effortless on the highway. Dual exhaust has been fitted, so it has a nice V8 burble that sounds great but never gets annoying and the undercarriage has been fortified with front disc brakes, rack-and-pinion steering, and an aluminum driveshaft. It has all been rebuilt, so its reliable and it sits on fresh Coker wide whitewall radials with factory hubcaps. Nicely finished and ready to enjoy, this is the ultimate vintage family hauler, and from personal experience, a cheerful wagon like this is a great way to see the world. Call today!... Read more

Lithia Springs, GA 30122 (19 miles away)

$36,995
1933 Ford Other Ford Models

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This absolutely astounding 1933 Ford roadster invites all kinds of speculation, but the biggest thought that hits everyone who sees it is that there are definitely new ways to make an old favorite look fresh. The body is by Factory 5, who have expanded their Cobra-building enterprise into hot rods with the same attention to detail and meticulous quality controls. With traditional roadster proportions and a wicked stance, this gorgeous Ford definitely has the right hot rod look, but adding those flowing fenders gives it an entirely different profile that changes the game. Expertly finished to an excellent standard, it wears two-tone green paint that seems to glow from within and gives the car a very expensive, upscale vibe. Fit and finish are quite good, particularly the suicide doors that fit flush and the trick tilting hood that flips forward on hidden hinges. The classic pointed 33 Ford grille shell was raked back a few degrees to make it even longer, lower, and sleeker, and the fully enclosed bodywork adds a functional element that a lot of builders would overlook but which looks totally right. The headlights tuck in tight to the bodywork, there are faired-in LEDs out back, and as I said, the fenders make it look like nothing else on the road. Using Cobra-style buckets gives the interior a racy attitude that doesnt betray the roots of the hot rodder tradition. They also allow tall folks to get comfortable behind the wheel and with race-style belts, you definitely feel like youre driving something that can get you in trouble. Beautiful details like the custom 3-spoke steering wheel, the color-matched panel with white-faced Auto Meter gauges in it, and the 5-speed manual shifter sitting in a custom center console suggest that someone took their time to get the styling exactly right. Theres a custom AM/FM/CD stereo in the center stack, but if youre doing it right, youll never listen to it because youll be having too much fun. There is no top, but a good-sized trunk is included, and its finished with black carpets and an Optima battery As a Factory 5 project, this one uses tried-and-true Mustang 5.0 components, starting with a rebuilt 5.0 from a 1988 Ford Mustang GT. Rebuilt internally to stock Ford specs, it carries a Holley carburetor and aluminum intake manifold, along with an upgraded ignition system. Its a neat fit in there, but since its factory-engineered to fit, its worlds more competent than any home-built rod would be. The suspension uses wishbones, inboard coil-overs, and rack-and-pinion steering up front, while a familiar Ford 8.8-inch rear axle from a 1994 Mustang hangs on a 3-link setup, and with 2.73 gears inside, its a serious highway hauler. There are disc brakes at all four corners and the stainless exhaust system sounds spectacular with mufflers AND resonators. Staggered aluminum wheels with brushed centers look awesome and wear a set of big-n-little Michelin radials. Not only is this car beautifully built and finished, but its also fully engineered and shockingly fast. If you want a practical, useful rod that you can drive anywhere, there arent many that can compare to this. Call today!... Read more

Lithia Springs, GA 30122 (19 miles away)

$19,995
1923 Ford Other Ford Models

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T-buckets are all about wretched excess, and this traditional burgundy one pulls no punches. With stout small block power, a competent suspension, and a cool steamer trunk trailer, its over-the-top in every measurable way. This is the T-bucket to own if youre seeking the spotlight. Visibility is the T-buckets claim to fame, and with that in mind this vintage bucket got a glowing paint job that lives up to the standards set by similar machines from the 70s and youd have to be legally blind to miss it, even at night. Theres not a lot of surface area, but the bodywork that remains on the minimalist T is nicely prepped and finished and now showing some nice patina thats just right. The overall look suggests that just because it was originally designed to be inexpensive doesnt mean you have to build it on the cheap. Every square inch of visible bodywork has been painted, upholstered, or polished, including the mini bed out back, which wears its own pleated tonneau cover. The tall Model T windshield remains, including a set of wind wings, and the profile is traditional T-bucket in every sense of the word. The interior fits the template for the traditional T-Bucket, with a pleated black vinyl bench seat that wraps around the entire passenger compartment. The upright steering column is all part of the experience, and it uses a three spoke wheel thats easy to gra. A full array of vintage-looking gauges from Classic Instruments have been fitted into the dash, again offering just the right patina for a car straight out of the past. And you can forget Mexican blankets serving as low-buck upholstery, because this one is very nicely finished in black vinyl and a full set of carpets that make it feel a bit more civilized. There is no top, no windows, and no heat, but with that thumping small block V8, I dont think youll miss it. And since theres no trunk, someone built a neat little trailer from a steamer trunk and it suits the T just fine. For a T-bucket, this one has a powerplant thats part flash and part power, all built to be reliable. With an Edelbrock 4-barrel carburetor, Weiand intake manifold, and a Mallory ignition system, it breaks no new ground but in a car that weighs nothing, theres more than enough power on tap. It also runs great! And since its right out there in the wind for everyone to see, all the components were either polished or plated so they sparkle in the sunlight. They stuck a Boyce moto-meter atop the faux radiator shell, and you cant see it with the big air cleaner in the way, thats the T-bucket summed up in a single detail. A TH350 3-speed automatic transmission feeds power to a narrowed Ford 9-inch rear end, and 4-wheel disc brakes are probably a good idea in a car like this. And speaking of oversized, chrome steelies with baby moon hubcaps wear a traditional big-n-little set of tires, giving it a traditional look. Theres nothing more radical than the T-bucket, and this one shows a lot of care and thought in the build, and is a fast, fun little car as a result. Call today!... Read more

Lithia Springs, GA 30122 (19 miles away)

$32,995
1940 Ford Other Ford Models

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37,655

Some hot rods were built by guys who simply get it. Theyre more than just a bunch of parts from a catalog, theyre cars that respect the vintage iron and the period in which they were built. This attractive 1940 Ford tudor sedan is such a car. Sure, it packs a sweet-running 350 under the hood and an upscale paint job, but its built to cruise and does that very well indeed. Preserving the original designs integrity was obviously top on the builders list, and all the wonderful details that Ford added to the car remain beautifully intact. The 100% steel body has been restored to a good standard, and while it was finished a few years ago it still looks great. The paint is a handsome medium burgundy that looks pretty close to the old Ford Maroon that was so popular in 1940. It still shines under the lights and outside, yet its also subtle and restrained without any flashy graphics to get in the way. Panel fit is very good, and its awesome to see that they even kept the running boards in place. The Deluxe models used an updated version of 1939s pointed grille that has become one of the most enduring looks in hot rodding, and its hard to imagine anything more handsome on the front of this burgundy tudor. The chrome and stainless trim is in decent condition and there are roses etched into the rear glass, which is kind of a neat touch. The salute to detail continues inside with a neatly crafted interior that perfectly blends old and new in high fashion. The upholstery is simply gray fabric, stitched in patterns that resemble the original upholstery and the split front bench loos surprisingly modern. Subtlety is the key, but this is an interior that invites you in and convinces you to stay, and you could happily spend many thousands of miles behind the wheel. For the most part, the dash is original, although the original gauge insert has been modified and now houses a full set of vintage-looking Stewart Warner dials. They added a tilt steering column and an aftermarket A/C unit under the dash, and the original speaker grille has been smoothed to give the dash a nicely integrated look. The back seat is comfortable for two and makes this a very family-friendly hauler, and the trunk is trimmed to match and includes a remote-mounted battery. Built with reliability in mind, this Ford packs a 350 cubic inch Chevy V8, which shouldnt be a surprise. Its smooth, powerful, and easy to maintain, thanks to an Edelbrock 4-barrel carburetor and intake manifold, HEI electronic ignition and stock rams horn exhaust manifolds. There are chrome dress-up pieces that are in OK shape, but this one isnt necessarily for show, its meant to drive and it does that rather well. The front suspension appears to be fairly stock, using a transverse leaf spring and an I-beam axle, while out back theres a Ford 9-inch rear on leaf springs. A TH350 3-speed automatic transmission and a recent Flowmaster exhaust system are traditional hot rod additions, and with modern shocks all around, it rides rather well. Familiar Torque Thrust wheels are always a great choice and carry staggered 195/70/14 front and 225/70/15 rear blackwall radials for a bit of rake in the stance. This is one of those rods thats nicely finished and works great by virtue of being simple. If thats something you appreciate, this is your Ford. Call today!... Read more

Lithia Springs, GA 30122 (19 miles away)

$29,995
1934 Ford Other Ford Models

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This 1934 Ford coupe has a little something for everyone. Its a little bit familiar but isnt a slave to tradition, and packs a potent 350 cubic inch V8 that makes it more than just pretty. Neat tricks abound, making this the rod for people who appreciate innovation and craftsmanship as much as loud engines and horsepower. If you squint, you can see an early gasser profile in this sleek coupes DNA. Then again, the 34 is a totally fantastic design and they took advantage of its many unique features to create this awesome rod. Up front theres the traditional heart-shaped grille which is still one of the finest designs of the 30s, and its been raked back a bit to help with the sleek profile. Stripping it of its fenders and hood gives it a bare-knuckle look thats very appealing and with the bright turquoise paint and traditional pinstripe work, its anything but subtle. Fortunately, this high-impact rod has the build quality to back up the eyeball-searing paint, because it cackles and snarls and the nose-up profile screams, Lets race! The open engine bay shows off the hardware and when you look close youll find details like the trick gas tank thats integrated into the body lines, Pontiac taillights with blue-dot lenses, and a perfect chop. This rod does a lot of things exactly right. The interior is definitely primitive, with aluminum racing bucket seats wrapped in playful patio furniture pads with bright upholstery. Plain door panels continue the no-nonsense theme and the carpet adds to the fun. A full array of cream-colored Shark gauges fit in the dash and the red leather steering wheel just looks too cool in the turquoise passenger compartment. This car is obviously all about fun. Youll dig the 8-ball shifter, youll appreciate the tilt steering column, and theres enough room for even tall drivers. And yes, this is a practical rod, too, because theres a good-sized trunk out back thats nicely upholstered and includes the remote-mounted battery. The engine is a 350 cubic inch V8 crate motor thats a few years old. Being exposed like that means it has to look good as well as go like stink, so they dressed it up with finned valve covers, a checkerboard pattern on the firewall, and that trick air cleaner that looks like a vintage injection system. Horsepower is enhanced by a big Edelbrock 4-barrel carburetor and intake underneath that trick air cleaner and a pretty decent cam inside. An aluminum radiator keeps things nice and cool and with those headers and side pipes, it sounds like the 1950s all over again. The transmission is a TH350 3-speed automatic, so this 34 can cruise effortlessly at highway speeds and actually pulls down decent fuel economy while doing it. The chassis features a Vega steering box, front disc brakes on a Speedway dropped front axle, and a Ford 8-inch rear end on coil-overs and trailing arms. Slick sand cast aluminum wheels give it that old-school stance and are wrapped in 195R15 skinnies up front and fat 27.5x11x15 McCreary cheater slicks out back. This is another one of those cool rods that couldnt possibly be duplicated for the asking price. If you like the minimalist look, youll be delighted with the surprises inside. Call today!... Read more

Lithia Springs, GA 30122 (19 miles away)
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$23,995
1929 Ford Other Ford Models

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Looking like pure horsepower on wheels, this 1929 Ford 5-window coupe was inspired by the hot rods of the early 60s, with a few modern touches that make it a pleasure to drive. This is the kind of rod that will never go out of style, and every time you pull onto the show field, all eyes will be on you. The Model A was popular because it was light and because there were plenty of them around. Today, thats not really the case anymore, and finding a 5-window coupe this nice can be a challenge. With more than a few tricks learned from, say, a 1958 issue of Hot Rod Magazine, it has exactly the right look that youd expect from a hot Model A. The satin black paint, the raked stance, and the open hood all give it a race-ready look, not to mention those traditional wide whites. Workmanship is quite good, and it takes a sharp eye to find all the tweaks, ranging from the molded-in windshield visor to the shaved door handles to the traditional 39 Ford taillights. Up top theres a checkered insert on the roof, a neat detail that makes this rod stand apart without losing track of its roots. The traditional-looking red and white interior is likewise straight out of the 1950s. Pleated upholstery on a simple bench seat, matching door panels, and plain black carpets all give it a very finished look thats quite inviting. A white insert is used on the dashboard and theres a full complement of white faced VDO gauges keeping an eye on the gnarly small block up front. The shifter is a cool piece with a custom beer tap shift knob and the extended steering column and oversized steering wheel actually make for a very contemporary driving position. Plenty of sound deadening materials keeps it quiet and comfortable for cruising. In back, the trunk is filled with a fuel cell and remote battery, freeing up space in the engine bay and giving this car decent cruising range. This Ford is 100% Blue Oval thanks to a 302 cubic inch Ford up front thats so fresh it still has a transferable warranty. Its a neat fit in the coupes engine bay and is neatly dressed like a vintage V8. Underneath that big air scoop youll find an Edelbrock four-barrel carburetor flanked by chrome valve covers that add some sparkle. The engine itself is bright red so it really pops against the satin black paint, and check out that custom-made aluminum fan shroud that looks like a piece of art. Nice work there, guys! Its backed by a 3-speed automatic transmission and out back, a Ford 9-inch rear is held in position by a 4-link setup and coil-over shocks, while the front suspension is an I-beam axle with a transverse leaf spring and a 4-link setup. Disc brakes have been fitted at all four corners, and the big-n-little tire combination looks right with wide whites. Steel wheels with Ford hubcaps and trim rings are a traditional look and the Coker tires have plenty of life left in them. Traditional rods are red hot right now, and this satin black coupe is a nice alternative to the usual bright red, dont you think? Call today!... Read more

Lithia Springs, GA 30122 (19 miles away)

$15,995
1946 Ford Other Ford Models

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Clean, simple, and to the point, this 1946 Ford Tudor is a great example of how to have fun on a budget. No wild graphics, no over-styled interior, and no finicky hardware, just a nice old Ford with 350 V8 power, appealing colors, and an interior thats nicer than the average rod. Fat fendered Fords are red hot right now, probably because they offer full-sized comfort and a ton of style. The wide grille is simple yet instantly recognizable, and the body is a slightly larger variation of the timeless 1940s look. This one was built some years ago and enjoyed like it should be out on the road, so there are signs of age and use in the bright red paint. Nonetheless, it still looks appealing and workmanship is good, so the doors fit well, the fenders are snug to the body, and the hood, which is always problematic on these cars. All the original trim is there, with the bumpers having been painted to match, but on a car like this, a few shiny parts make for great contrast, so the grille, side trim, window moldings, and neat emblem under the left headlight are all intact and in good condition. Its not a show car, but if you are the kind of guy whod like a 70-year-old car to drive every day or an inexpensive way to get into the game, this is it. The interior features front buckets, custom door panels, and a full-width back seat so its a legitimate 5-passenger vehicle. The tan tweed fabric looks upscale and feels like a million bucks, and thanks to careful maintenance, the interior remains in very usable condition. The door panels are simple and not over-wrought and comfort was a priority so the armrests are actually in the right place. Even the window garnish moldings were painted to match and blend in, which softens the interior and creates a unique look. Power windows, A/C (needs to be charged), and a decent AM/FM/cassette stereo provide the expected levels of comfort, making this a rod you can drive every day or cross-country on the Power Tour. The original gauges are joined by a quartet of aftermarket dials in a custom panel underneath the dash and the shifter is neatly integrated into the floor so it doesnt look like an afterthought. The sizable trunk is upholstered in simple gray carpet and matching side panels, and comes complete with a space-saver spare tire, just in case. For reliability and performance, nothing beats a 350 cubic inch Chevy V8 topped by an Edelbrock intake and Holley 4-barrel carb. Chrome valve covers and a matching air cleaner give it a suitably hot rod look when you pop the hood, but it was clearly intended to be easy to service and drop-dead reliable on the road. A big aluminum radiator keeps it cool and the late-model Camaro subframe installation includes power steering and power front disc brakes, so handling is surprisingly modern. Its backed by a TH350 3-speed automatic transmission and a 10-bolt rear end with highway gears inside. A great-sounding dual exhaust system was recently installed and it rolls on familiar Rally wheels painted red and fitted with 205/70/15 front and 235/75/15 rear whitewall radials. Sometimes simple is better, and this Ford delivers an affordable way to get into the game for not a lot of cash. Call today!... Read more

Lithia Springs, GA 30122 (19 miles away)

$15,995
1926 Ford Other Ford Models

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12,280

Like it or not, the T-Bucket is back in a big way. Theres surely a reason why we cant keep them in stock, and when theyre as nice as this 1923 T, were quite certain one of you traditional hot rod guys will grab this one up in the next few weeks, too. The look is perhaps the most instantly-recognizable hot-rod of all time, equal parts cartoon and serious performance threat, and the abbreviated Model T roadster pickup body has a few styling cues to let you know its origins. Painted in bright red with cool vintage 70s airbrush work, this one stands out simply because it looks like it was there when it all started. The paint shines reasonably well and while its not show-quality, its quite presentable and does nothing to diminish the fun that the T-bucket represents. Its got a clean, simple, no-nonsense look, as if the essence of the minimalist T-bucket was bared down even farther, leaving just the basics. Youll note the front end was stretched a bit to handle the big block Chrysler V8 and theres a familiar Model T radiator shell out front. Out back, the abbreviated pickup bed has been finished with a pseudo tonneau cover, and the mural back there is a familiar glimpse into what makes this hobby so great. The interior is, of course, minimalist, but the black pleated vinyl is durable enough to survive out in the elements. I suppose its technically a bench, but it, too, is minimalist, and youll have to brace yourself to stay planted behind the Grant GT 4-spoke steering wheel. A full complement of instruments in the dashboard show you whats going on up front (well, the things you cant see, anyway), and a slightly raked column makes for a far more comfortable driving position than most T-buckets. Youll also spot a drivers door, which makes getting in a lot easier than most Ts and even the stripes wrap into the jambs, so this paint job wasnt a cheap one back in the day. There is no stareo to overcome the side pipes so youll have to get used to running alfresco and there is no top. Thats the T-bucket way. A 440 cubic inch Chrysler V8 provides motive power, and since its out in the open like that, the 440 is dressed up for show. Finned Mickey Thompson valve covers are a traditional touch matched by a towering scoop-style air cleaner and a block painted black to match the chassis, so it blends right in. Theres a mild cam inside, an Holley 4-barrel carburetor and Edelbrock intake, and those long-tube headers and side pipes that are part of the Ts DNA, so it runs well enough to need all that rubber out back. A quick-shifting TorqueFlite 3-speed automatic drives a narrowed Ford 9-inch rear end, which shrugs off the big blocks torque. The front suspension uses a dropped I-beam front axle and a leaf spring to hang it waaaay out there, giving the T a rather sleek look. Shiny Cragar mag wheels look vintage and wear traditional skinnies up front and giant track-style meats out back. Hot rodding has evolved, but the T-bucket remains a constant. Perhaps thats why people like them so much. At the very least, I can guarantee this one will always put a smile on your face. Call today!... Read more

Lithia Springs, GA 30122 (19 miles away)

$79,995
1940 Ford Other Ford Models

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This cool Vanilla 1940 Ford convertible coupe is a grown-up hot rod. No flames, no goofy body mods, no obnoxious exhaust, just a show-quality custom build that cost thousands more than the asking price and delivering a professional level of performance and appearance. This is an all-time favorite hot rod rendered in such a way to make it daily-driver friendly. Everybody loves the 1940 Ford, so much so that theyre still cranking out fiberglass replicas today. Fortunately, this one has a steel body, so it feels substantial, although it does use modern fiberglass rear fenders for an ultra-smooth and slightly wider look. The pointed hood and grille are icons in the hobby and despite the amazing build and flawless performance of this car, they decided to keep it low-key. The paint is called Cool Vanilla, and its a lovely off-white that accentuates the Fords generous curves without hiding anything. Thats good, because fit and finish are fantastic, with excellent gaps and a spectacular shine that will win trophies anywhere but Pebble Beach. They didnt shave or chop anything, and the original trim was restored and reinstalled, so it looks like a 1940 Ford in every way. Stock bumpers, chevron-style taillights, and custom clear headlights all give this Ford a very high-quality look and feel. The stunning green leather interior is a work of art. Subtle and sophisticated, it was custom crafted for a larger guy, so just about anyone can get comfortable behind the wheel. The leather hides are almost completely unmarked, and the supportive seats make this car all-day comfortable. Sculpted door panels integrate an original-style door handle, chrome garnish moldings, and power window controls and there are matching dark green carpets on the floor. The beautiful and simple dashboard arrays Auto Meter gauges across the center with a custom-made strip of chrome running through them, giving it a very 1940s look. Secondary controls for the Vintage Air A/C, ignition, and headlights are just below, along with vents for the A/C system. A chrome tilt column and leather-wrapped steering wheel add a bit of glitter to match the window frames, and theres a beautifully stitched custom green canvas convertible top thats fully functional. In addition to the nicely finished trunk, theres also a custom storage compartment behind the seats that gives the interior a very upscale look. Its very, very impressive. Under all that chrome, theres a 350 cubic inch Chevy V8, chosen specifically because of its low demands for the new owner. Plenty powerful, its a ZZ430 crate motor from GM Performance Parts, and moves the Ford with effortless ease. Just about everything you can see was polished or plated, and someone went to great lengths to hide all the wiring and plumbing. A serpentine belt drive system ensures reliability, and the smoothed firewall wraps around the engine to offer a very complete look. Backed by a TCI-built TH350 3-speed automatic transmission and a 9-inch Ford rear with 3.25 gears on a limited slip, its an effortless high-speed tourer that rides and handles like a modern car. The front suspension is tubular A-arms with coil-over shocks and rack-and-pinion steering, while the rear hangs on leaf springs, and theres a disc brake at each corner. The frame is heavily reinforced while the custom stainless exhaust system tucks up under the running boards for excellent ground clearance. Staggered Torque Thrust wheels with spinners carry 195/75/14 front and 245/70/16 rear blackwall radials that really fill the fenders nicely. This isnt your average hot rod, but if youre an adult who is tired of the same-old, same-old at rod shows, this stunning Ford is the antidote. Call today!... Read more

Lithia Springs, GA 30122 (19 miles away)

$29,995
1931 Ford Other Ford Models

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This nicely crafted 1930 Ford coupe has a great look thats almost timeless, offering clean lines, solid construction, and totally built for comfort. While its an older build, today it remains a fully-sorted rod thats ready to hit the road and look great doing it, with a perfect stance, interesting paint, and a comfortable interior that is perhaps the ideal combination of practicality and style. More stylish than a tudor sedan and more comfortable than a roadster, the coupe was Fords bread-and-butter car that seemed to do it all. Rendered in a very attractive shade of medium purple, it takes on a whole new dimension, and yes Ford fans, thats 100% Henry steel on the body. Fiberglass rear fenders were subtly tweaked to work with the fat tires and lowered stance, then covered with more of that bright paint that makes this Ford really stand out on the show field. Great attention to detail explains why this was a magazine cover car, and despite the flashy look, its subtle in its modifications, sporting only a relocated gas filler cap (dig the clean fuel filler door), filled roof, and deleted hood sides. Even the door handles survived the transformation intact, and all the stainless and chrome still looks great with a vintage shine, including the accessory grille guard up front. Its clean, simple, and the whole look works rather well. In 1930, the coupe was either a 2- or 4-passenger vehicle, with a bench seat up front and an optional rumble seat in back. The rumble seat is now a trunk, and the front seat is a plush bench thats a bit more comfortable than the original and adds a few precious inches of legroom. White upholstery is the right choice, since you dont want to compete with the paint, and the durable materials still look great even after a few years. The pleated vinyl on the seats and door panels has a 60s vibe, and its nicely done offering an inviting look that does seem right for the upright little coupe. The original Model A instrument panel has been replaced by an oak instrument panel with a full array of Classic Instruments gauges and a built-in glove box that wasnt possible when it was original (the gas tank was in the cowl). A tilt column and an overhead CD stereo system are great upgrades for cruising and the full-sized trunk means theres plenty of room for all your gear. This A has more than a few tricks up its sleeves, too. The engine is a 350 cubic inch Chevy V8 topped by an Edelbrock intake manifold and Holley carburetor, a combination that was perfected decades ago so you can hit the road without worries. Packaging is tight in the Model As engine bay, but thanks to careful fabrication, everything fits and stays cool thanks to a massive radiator and electric fans. A few chrome dress-up items, plus those aluminum valve covers, give it a clean under-hood look at shows and the wiring is all new. Its backed by a TH350 3-speed automatic transmission spinning a 9-inch rear end with 3.73 gears inside. Up front theres a dropped I-beam axle with rack-and-pinion steering, so effort is light. Mellow-sounding mufflers sound just about right and terminate in a pair of close-set tips just under the rear deck. Wheels are polished American Racing mags and wear staggered 215/70/15 front and 275/60/15 rear BFGoodrich radials. A classic rod with a few twists under its skin and a traditional vibe, whats not to love about this awesome Model A? Call today!... Read more

Lithia Springs, GA 30122 (19 miles away)
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$28,995
1929 Ford Other Ford Models

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Old school rods are red hot right now, and they dont come much more traditional than this 1929 Ford Model A roadster. A real steel body, a potent 289 cubic inch V8, and a way-out flame job, this 1960s style rod is not only cool to look at but also a total gas to drive. Red bodywork with flames give this neat 1929 Ford a very high-visibility look. The body itself is steel, no fiberglass here, and its all been nicely prepped and finished to look great on the road. The flames are done in the traditional style, licking out of the engine compartment and along the bodywork, and the fade is pretty cool. Up front theres a shiny 29 Ford grille shell thats chrome instead of the original nickel for easy maintenance, plus a set of large commercial-style headlights, and a V-shaped spreader bar. Details like the door handles, wind wings, and cowl lights have been deleted for a sleek look and 39 Ford taillights out back look as good here as they do anywhere else. The enclosed hood is nice, giving the car a finished, complete look thats still elemental, and the fact that the suspension is out in the open makes it part of the styling, not just for keeping the frame off the ground. Its a roadster, so accommodations are minimalist, but the pleated red upholstery is nicely finished and surprisingly roomy in the vintage roadster. Matching door panels and a full set of black carpets give it a polished feel from behind the wheel so you dont feel like youre driving an ancient race car. Theres also a fat wood-rimmed steering wheel has a vintage look and its on a tilt column so its easy to get comfortable. Instrumentation consists of a full set of white-faced Stewart Warner gauges that have an old time look directly out of the 60s. The skull shifter is another traditional nod to this roadsters past, and seat belts are just plain smart in an open car like this. Overhead you get a black canvas top with an opening rear window for ventilation and the rumble seat is now a trunk. The 289 cubic inch V8 makes for entertaining driving given the roadsters minimalist curb weight. Its as snappy here as it is in a Mustang GT, and its always nice to see a Ford engine in a Ford car. The engine is a little scruffy, but that means its been driven and properly sorted, and we kind of like the no-nonsense functional look. Theres a 4-barrel Edelbrock carburetor on top, a polished alternator, finned valve covers, and red plug wires to make it look like someone cared. Cast iron exhaust manifolds dump into a custom exhaust with rumbling mufflers to give it a great sound at idle and a full-throttle wail that definitely gets attention. Its backed by C4 3-speed automatic transmission and a 9-inch Ford rear end thats fitted with ladder bars and coil-overs. The front suspension uses a dropped I-beam axle and transverse leaf spring which always looks best on a hi-boy roadster like this. Vintage-looking aluminum wheels look period-perfect for a 60s style rod and carry a big-n-little tire combination that looks exactly right. There are a bunch of us who grew up with rods like this, and the combination of flyweight bodywork and a potent V8 makes it an absolute thrill to sit behind the wheel and crack the throttle. Call today!... Read more

Lithia Springs, GA 30122 (19 miles away)

$69,995
1932 Ford Other Ford Models

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4,178

At first glance, this looks like your typical old-school 32 Ford hi-boy roadster. But look a little closer and youll see that not only is it beautifully finished, but its got a lot of tricks up its sleeve that combine tradition and innovation in new ways to create something truly special. Would you be surprised to learn that theres over $200,000 wrapped up in the construction of this car? After you see it in person, you wont have any doubts. The paint is about a mile deep and this is no old-fashioned roadster body, but a recent creation that does away with factory imperfections and instead delivers laser-sharp reflections in the two-stage urethane paint. Dig the exacting gaps, the beautiful fit of the three-piece hood, and the just-right angle of the grille up front. Its only got 4178 miles since it was built, so there are almost no signs of use. The chopped windshield accentuates the wicked stance and yes, thats a proper 32 Ford grille shell up front but it, too, has been chopped and modified to give this car that perfect wedge profile. This is speed incarnate, a minimalist tribute to all-out performance, and it totally works. If you love details, this car will give you something to do for a week as you examine all the lovely custom touches. The black leather interior is pure hot rod tradition, starting with the pleated bench seat, which has been skillfully shaped to add space in the compact roadsters cockpit. The doors open suicide-style using billet latches, and theres more pleated leather on the door panels themselves. A big banjo-style steering wheel re-creates the era and looks great, and they wisely chose a polished steering column with an exposed shifter for the transmission, freeing up precious floor space for passengers and adding to the cool elemental look. Pretty cream-faced gauges are simple, clean, and elegant, set into a textured instrument panel thats a refreshing change from the usual billet piece. Theres a powerful AM/FM/CD stereo system hidden out of sight and accessed with a remote control, and in the finest roadster tradition, there is no heater. It does include a great-fitting black canvas top thats completely removable so the clean roadster lines are uninterrupted and it stows neatly in the carpeted trunk with a power actuator for the lid. The engine is an all-aluminum small block Chevy punched out to 401 cubic inches. Topped by aluminum heads, this flyweight powerplant delivers reality-altering acceleration and razor-sharp handling. It also looks incredible under the pointed hood, with a custom pinstriped air cleaner atop a Holley 4-barrel carburetor and a set of custom valve covers that tie in with the rest of the car. The engine block itself has a beautiful bronze tone to it, giving the engine bay an artistic look thats different from all the other rods out there sporting bright red or Chevy Orange motors. Its linked to a 700R4 4-speed automatic overdrive transmission and a very trick 9-inch rear end with a finned aluminum cover thats just gorgeous from behind. The frame is finished like the bodywork, theres a chrome I-beam axle up front, and 4-wheel disc brakes, with the fronts cleverly hidden inside period-looking drums. And one of the cars most remarkable features is the rolling stock: custom-made aluminum wheels designed to look like painted steelies with trim rings and hubcaps. With a modern set of 205/50/17 front and 295/40/20 rear BFGoodrich rubber, its got that big-n-little stance but modern handling. This is perhaps the most impressive hi-boy weve ever seen. The detailing is spectacular and the overall theme is going to blow everything else away wherever you show it. Call today!... Read more

Lithia Springs, GA 30122 (19 miles away)

$49,995
1929 Ford Other Ford Models

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2,063

The Model A comes in a dizzying array of shapes and styles, but none are as stylish and elegant as the phaeton. Fitted with an upgraded powertrain and finished like its late for a trophy ceremony, this is a fantastic little 1929 Ford with a ton of personality. In hot rods, it matters what theyre made of, and this phaeton is 100% steel, including the fenders. The Model A DNA is unmistakable and its worth noting that none of the trucks original features have been significantly modified. The curving fenders still wrap neatly around the tires, the hood is a stock-looking louvered 4-piece affair, there are no door handles (which was a 1928-only feature that looks good on this 1929), and the addition of a 1932 grille shell makes it look sleek. Luscious is the only way to describe the cranberry red paint, and while Henry Ford didnt like reds because they were expensive, someone obviously spent a good pile of cash here. Its an older build and shows some signs of use, but the assembly quality and attention to detail stand out, so you know that someone did things right when it was built. The grille, headlights, bumpers, and taillight stanchions are all bright chrome, the running boards are rubber-covered so theyre still useful, and the rear end is nicely finished with a chrome spreader bar and custom fuel tank. Simplicity was the phaetons strength. As one of the lowest-priced Fords, it was certainly basic, but the basic goodness of the Model A design makes it special. And with some user-friendly upgrades, this one is easy to drive and comfortable behind the wheel. Pleated tan leather upholstery looks period-correct and the simple door panels have a custom look, and youll note that the front seat has been subtly modified to increase legroom, although its at the expense of rear seat access. The Model As cowl/gas tank is gone, replaced by a dashboard with a custom insert and gold-toned VDO gauges to monitor the engines vitals. Tilt steering makes this one feel more modern than the original and with a smaller banjo-style steering wheel, theres considerably more room in the cab. Leather boots for the shifter and E-brake make it look finished and the tan canvas top folds like the original, offering decent weather protection and a sporting look when its down. A 350 cubic inch Chevrolet V8 provides motive force. Torquey, smooth, and utterly bulletproof, it delivers great performance thanks to the phaetons diminutive curb weight, and fits so neatly under the hood that youll almost forget that it was originally a 4-banger. A lot of polished aluminum, machined aluminum valve covers, a 4-barrel carburetor, and block-hugging exhaust manifolds make for a very handsome engine that will make folks do a double-take when they see it, and it runs superbly. Highway speeds are not a problem thanks to the TH400 3-speed automatic transmission and it rides better than any Model A youve ever driven, with A-arms and coil-overs up front and a 4-link on the 9-inch Ford rear end. Everything underneath is neatly finished in basic black and theres a rumbling dual exhaust system that gives the Chevy V8 a very impressive voice. Elegant chrome Torque Thrust wheels are a great choice on a vintage car like this and wear staggered 15-inch blackwall radials. Kind of an old-school build that recalls your childhood at the Auto-Rama, this neat Ford is a great choice for the guy who doesnt do things like everyone else. Call today!... Read more

Lithia Springs, GA 30122 (19 miles away)

$37,995
1932 Ford Other Ford Models

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3,879

This bright yellow 1932 Ford 3-window coupe isnt your garden-variety hot rod. No, it was built in 2002 by the legendary George Poteet and has an old-school look that is sure to generate a lot of attention every time you take it out. Better yet, if youre a Ford guy, youll be thrilled to learn theres a Blue Oval 289 under the louvered hood, making this the best kind of Henry Ford hot rod. The hi-boy stance and 3-window bodywork give this coupe a look thats straight out of the early 1960s. Its chopped, of course, and they did it right, not too much off the top, not too much of a rake, and that also makes it functional on the street. The bright yellow paint has a lot of pearl and metallic in it, so it has an AutoRama show car look thats pure nostalgia, and as a Poteet build, you know the finish quality is first rate. Just check out the door gaps, the tight fit of the 3-piece hood, and the crisp body lines, none of which come cheap or easy. A few subtle pinstriped flourishes highlight the trunk, along with a set of blue dot taillight lenses, just for effect. Theres also a cool power antenna on the rear deck, complete with Moon Eyes ball on top. Theres nothing on this Ford that doesnt scream, Traditional! The interior nails the 60s vibe with diamond-tufted upholstery thats funky today but all the rage back then. The split bench seat does a good impersonation of a pair of buckets and the patterned headliner is worth the price of admission all by itself. Even the header above the windshield is whimsically upholstered. Anything that wasnt covered in tan leather was painted to match the bodywork, including the dash, which is also highlighted by more custom pinstripes. Stewart-Warner gauges in the center of the dash are just what it might have used if it were actually built in the 1960s, and the secondary controls have been invisibly stashed underneath. The 3-spoke wheel has a dirt track racer look and youll dig how the tachometer was built right into the column support, so its right where it needs to be when you need it. Luxuries include a tilt steering column and AM/FM/cassette stereo, but this car doesnt need A/C to be cool and the workmanship will just blow you away. Its also equipped with a nicely finished trunk that includes a remote-mounted battery and a fuel cell, both tucked under carpeted covers for a finished look. Pop the Dzus fasteners on the hood and youll find that the Ford 289 cubic inch V8 looks hot rod perfect thanks to a pair of 4-barrel Edelbrocks on an aluminum intake. Theres a lot of chrome, but even more bright yellow paint, including the Thrust finned valve covers, the block itself, and even things like the vacuum advance on the distributor. Its properly tuned and the twin carbs acquit themselves well on the hot small block, giving it lightning-quick throttle response. The C4 3-speed automatic makes it easy to drive and theres a quick-change rear end out back that should be standard equipment on every 32 Ford hot rod. The frame was color-matched to the bodywork save for the chrome front suspension, which is a dropped I-beam on trailing arms. Front disc brakes, a burbling dual exhaust system, and a discreetly mounted transmission cooler all help if you want to drive it. Staggered chrome steelies with baby moon hubcaps are the right choice and they wear 195/60/14 front and 235/70/15 rear whitewall radials. With several awards under its belt, this is traditional hot rodding done right. A great pedigree, quality workmanship, and a look that will never go out of style make this 32 Ford the one to own. Call today!... Read more

Lithia Springs, GA 30122 (19 miles away)

$45,995
1932 Ford Other Ford Models

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For all-out attitude and a super-traditional look, its hard to beat this 32 Ford 3-window coupe. Stripped down to its bare essentials, it has the look of a pure street brawler, and if it could, it would probably have a pack of Lucky Strikes rolled up in its T-shirt sleeve. This looks like the car every hot-rodder of the 50s dreamed of building, but under the skin it packs 21st century technology that makes more sports car than vintage hot rod. The body is Gibbons fiberglass, not ancient steel patched back together, and until youve seen one of these high-quality reproductions, you cant imagine how well they fit together. Excellent gaps, a beautiful gel coat that has been properly prepped, and seamless finishing that makes it impossible to tell it apart from its steel counterparts. The unusual Niles Green paint is from the 1941 color chart and gives it a fantastic no nonsense look that is insanely appealing. A modest chop gives it a traditional look, and a three-piece hood with lots of louvers adds to the 50s vibe. Add in a nicely fitted top insert, the oversized commercial headlights, and 1950 Pontiac taillights, and it looks like this car might have been built in, say, 1954. No matter what youre driving, youre probably going to give this little Deuce coupe a lot of leeway on the road. In the 1950s, few hot-rodders could afford a fully finished interior, let alone the leather tuck-and-roll job inside this coupe, but this is no ordinary rod. The gorgeous green and white bench offers vastly more adjustability than the original piece, which means this car is all-day comfortable, even for taller drivers. Custom door panels were stitched up to match, and the dark green carpets are nicely bound and finished. Theres a full complement of Stewart Warner gauges keeping an eye on the engine, all framed by a gorgeous engine-turned panel. Custom eyeball vents for the Vintage Air A/C system, a Lokar shifter, and an overhead console with an AM/FM/CD stereo all add to the high-quality feel and make this car a pleasure to drive. This coupe also includes a neatly finished trunk with plenty of room for your gear. There was no messing around when it came time to make horsepower: thats a fresh Summit Racing 350 cubic inch Chevy V8 that was built to run. Dressed in its own coat of black paint, there are a few tricks like the finned valve covers, OEM Chevy air cleaner, and an HEI ignition system. A 4-barrel carburetor is set up properly, so the car fires up quickly and runs superbly out on the open road and thanks to a thumper cam, it sounds suitably nasty. Theres a big radiator up front and the owner reports that it doesnt get fussy, even on the hottest days with the A/C cranking. The transmission is a TH350 3-speed automatic feeding a GM 10-bolt with 3.08 gears inside, so its relaxed at 70 MPH. Front disc brakes give this Ford impressive stopping power, and with a monochromatic paint job that gives the chassis a highly detailed look, its a shame to take this little coupe off the lift. It achieves a traditional big-n-little look by using vintage artillery wheels with staggered Firestone bias-ply skinnies for a genuine old-school feel. Sure, you could build your own, but not for less than this, and you certainly cant duplicate this ones level of fit and finish for the price. Call today!... Read more

Lithia Springs, GA 30122 (19 miles away)
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$21,995
1954 Ford Other Ford Models

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Wagons have always been useful to car guys, and having one that can do double duty as your cruise night car as well as a grocery-getter is a lot of fun. This 1954 Ford Ranch Wagon delivers a vintage feel with a few upgrades to make it stand out, all without reducing its ability to carry some cargo. Bright red works well on a wagon, and Fords 2-door Ranch Wagon has a sporting look that we really like. Someone spent a lot of time and effort here and it shows, with shaved door handles and trim, nice gaps, and a minimum of fussiness that makes for a very clean car. You can still spot that Ford DNA everywhere you look, and the 1954 Fords were thoroughly modern in every way, so theres plenty of 50s flash still in place. Paint and bodywork were nicely done, although this was never intended to be a trophy car and has been driven and used as intended for the past few years. Nevertheless, the finish has a nice shine and you can tell they spent plenty of time getting the gaps just right because it looks great. The chrome and stainless trim that remains on the car is in good condition, although the rear bumper is showing some age. On the other hand, if youre using this wagon as a hauler, it probably wont matter and it does nothing to diminish the cars awesome look. The interior has had an equally substantial makeover, starting with a pair of bucket seats up front, both flanking a custom console and a 4-speed manual gearbox. All the sets are upholstered in red cloth and black vinyl, with pleated inserts that resemble the factory upholstery, and its all-day comfortable. Factory pieces like the steering wheel, instruments, and hardware make it feel right, but its obviously got some upgrades like the auxiliary gauges under the dash and the aforementioned 4-speed. An AM/FM/CD stereo has been built into the top of the center console, but thats one of only a few modern tech pieces in the entire car. It still acts and feels like a vintage 1954 Ford. Theres good space in the back seat and the cargo bay is massive, finished with some varnished plywood that is a practical choice for a car designed to move stuff. For vintage performance, you cant beat a Ford Y-block V8, with this one being a 292 cubic inch Thunderbird Special variant. Rebuilt a few years ago, it runs extremely well and doesnt deviate much from the original specifications. Theres and oil bath air cleaner up top, a 2-barrel carburetor for reasonable efficiency, and those block-hugging cast iron exhaust manifolds that control noise and heat pretty well. A big radiator up front keeps it cool and jaunty yellow paint makes it stand out in the engine bay. Turn the key and it starts easily and theres plenty of torque available at just about any speed, making it fun to drive. The T-10 4-speed manual transmission is a later addition that simply makes it more fun to drive, and with a 9-inch rear full of 3.31s on a limited slip, its a useful highway cruiser. A true dual exhaust system with glasspack-style mufflers gives it a vintage V8 soundtrack, and chrome smoothies with baby moons and staggered 215/70/14 front and 255/70/15 rear blackwall radials add a traditional look. Not radical, just fun, this Ford Ranch Wagon delivers all the things you like about the past with a few thoughtful upgrades to make it easier to live with today. A hobby car that does everything well. Call today!... Read more

Lithia Springs, GA 30122 (19 miles away)

$47,500
1932 Ford Other Ford Models

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3,120

1932 Ford Early Style Street Rod Roadster  All top line parts,  Brookville metal body,  SoCal rails,  Vega cross steer,  Buick aluminum finned brake drums,  47" Chassis Engineering dropped front axle,  350 Chevy engine,         Turbo 350 Trans,  9" Ford rear end,  Barry Grant Demon carb,  Coker wheels, tires hub caps & trim rings,  Sid Chavers Bop Top,  Low miles since built Call or Text Richard cell 706-974-9096 Home 706-265-2731 E-mail        jrichardparker@yahoo.com  Dawsonville, Ga. I do not do Facebook. ... Read more

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dawsonville, GA 30534 (39 miles away)

$29,500
1949 Ford Other Ford Models

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104,040

Here is a really nice 1949 Ford Custom Convertible. It has a smooth running Flathead engine with dual exhaust on it and it sounds great. The Flathead is connected to an automatic transmission with a Trans cooler that shifts out great. It has all been converted to 12 Volts. Very eye catching car with the Yellow paint and New Black Convertible Top. That along with the Wide White Wall tires and this car screams the late 40s and early 50s era. The body is super straight and solid. The interior looks great as well with the nice seats. The dash looks great with the nice chrome. It has the original steering wheel and the horn works. The gauges are original as well. Added was a blinker system that works. All the lights work. All the chrome on the car looks great. Got to love the grille on these 49 & 50 Fords. There is a spare tire in the truck. This is just a super nice Ford that is very sharp and runs great. Pics will tell you all you want to know.... Read more

Bremen, GA 30110 (46 miles away)

$16,500
1964 Ford Other Ford Models

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76,302

Talk about a cool looking truck that you can get in and drive and have fun with. This 1964 Ford Custom Cab truck is just that. It is a 1964 Ford Cab and bed sitting on a 1998 S-10 frame. This Ford truck was a long bed truck from factory but was cut down to a short bed to fit the S-10 frame. It is actually 3 inches shorter than a regular short bed. The guy who built this truck is one of the best as you cannot tell without me telling you that the bed was ever cut. It has the 4.3 Liter S-10 engine as well as the 700R4 overdrive transmission. This truck will get you good gas mileage. It drives great, looks cool with great natural Patina. The truck was lowered to fit down on the S-10 frame and has a great stance. The gas tank was relocated to under the bed. The body has a little rust at bottom of both doors but that is the look the builder wanted. It is not a rust bucket though. It was professionally built. The tilt steering column and steering wheel also came out of the S-10 truck. It has a New seat, New Headliner, All New Weather Stripping and New Rubber Mat on the floor. The speedometer works as does the heater. It has a compressor for A/C but needs everything else. Both door glass windows roll up and down good. This is a great running truck that is fun to drive and gets alot of attention.... Read more

Bremen, GA 30110 (46 miles away)

$18,500
1964 Ford Other Ford Models

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76,302

Talk about a cool looking truck that you can get in and drive and have fun with. This 1964 Ford Custom Cab truck is just that. It is a 1964 Ford Cab and bed sitting on a 1998 S-10 frame. This Ford truck was a long bed truck from factory but was cut down to a short bed to fit the S-10 frame. It is actually 3 inches shorter than a regular short bed. The guy who built this truck is one of the best as you cannot tell without me telling you that the bed was ever cut. It has the 4.3 Liter S-10 engine as well as the 700R4 overdrive transmission. This truck will get you good gas mileage. It drives great, looks cool with great natural Patina. The truck was lowered to fit down on the S-10 frame and has a great stance. The gas tank was relocated to under the bed. The body has a little rust at bottom of both doors but that is the look the builder wanted. It is not a rust bucket though. It was professionally built. The tilt steering column and steering wheel also came out of the S-10 truck. It has a New seat, New Headliner, All New Weather Stripping and New Rubber Mat on the floor. The speedometer works as does the heater. It has a compressor for A/C but needs everything else. Both door glass windows roll up and down good. This is a great running truck that is fun to drive and gets alot of attention.... Read more

Bremen, GA 30110 (46 miles away)
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$52,500
1934 Ford Other Ford Models

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36,500

A 1934 Ford is one of the most sought after classic cars on the market today and I have a nice one up for sale. This 1934 Ford 4 Door Sedan was built in 1983 by Old Time Rod Works but it has been garage keep and looks great to have been restored 34 years. We were told the engine was a 350 that came out of a early 70s Corvette but I have not run the numbers. It has Corvette Valve covers on it. I do know it runs out great. It has an Eldebrock Intake with a Quadrajet carb. It has 2 Electric Fans so you can run the working Vintage A/C system and the engine will not run hot. The transmission is a 700R4 and shifts out smooth and has a Transmission cooler mounted under the car. You can hit the hwy and run 75 all day long. The body is Steel but the fenders are fiberglass. The body is very solid and the paint, even after 34 years, still looks good. It has some small blemishes and is not perfect but it shows well. The interior is brand new done in real leather and it looks amazing. Both seats, all door panels and headliner are real leather. The front seat is power. Over $9000 was just spent on this interior. It has tilt steering. The front windshield still pushes out like it should. All the lights works and even the dash lights work so you can see at night. All the gauges work as do the wipers. It has an AM/FM Cassette player with a power antenna. All the glass looks good. There is a very small crack right at the bottom of the drivers windows but you can barely see it. The bumpers look good as does the Grille. It has a luggage rack on the back. The Red wire spoke wheels really set this 1934 Ford off. This is a beautiful car that runs, drives and feels like a streetrod should feel.... Read more

Bremen, GA 30110 (46 miles away)

$39,900
1932 Ford Other Ford Models

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How often do you see an ALL STEEL, UNCUT 1932 Ford Coupe!!! You read correctly..... ALL STEEL! The hood sides and running boards are aftermarket steel, but the rest of the car is original Henry Ford Steel. Top has not been chopped, body is not channeled, and the firewall is not recessed to fit the Chevrolet 350 under the hood. This car has proven its reliability on many long distance trips as it has a little over 14,000 miles on it since being built. It is running a 350 engine, TH350 automatic transmission, and a Ford 9 rear. Has a dropped straight axle/leaf spring/4 bar front suspension and a 4 bar/coilover rear suspension. The interior is finished out in beautiful tan leather making the ride that much more enjoyable. Front cowl vent and rear roll down glass is in working condition.... Read more

$60,000
1940 Ford Other Ford Models

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6,000

The Ford Woodie (or Woody) Wagon is an iconic American treasure. Since the initial debut of the Ford factory built wagon, Ford was the leader in the station wagon market and in 1940 Ford produced the only wagon on the market with a V-8 engine under the hood. The craftsmanship that went into building these wagons is legendary, and the outstanding styling of the 1940 models has kept this particular version of the woody at the top of the list for collectors for decades. Woodie wagons were never produced in great quantities and the attrition rates were high due to their utilitarian use. When they gained huge popularity in the 60s as surfer wagons, the trend for modifying them as hot rods was launched and today, most of them that have survived have been modified. This Ford Deluxe wagon is a custom built wagon that Ford Motor Company never built, but should have. It is a 2 door wagon. All original early Woodie wagons were 4 door cars. The last ford Woodies were 2 door wagons. There were only 8730 original 1940 Ford Woodies built. You are looking at one of the most beautiful, custom built, 1940 Ford 2 door Woodie Wagons you have ever laid your eyes on! This is a One of a kind car with a Hand Made, Maple Body, built by Jody at Cowboy Customs in South Carolina. Cowboy has built about half a dozen of his Custom wagons. The first one was a 34, then a 36, then a 37 then this 40 and a later 50 Ford and 50 Mercury like the 50 Mercury model that How Wheels built as a model. This Woodie is powered by a new 350 Chevy crate engine and a 700R4 automatic Overdrive Transmission! This beauty offers these power options. Power steering, power drivers seat, power disc brakes, power windows, and power door locks to keep the suicide doors secure when driving down the road. She has cold Air conditioning, tinted windows, a Kenwood Am/FM CD player, American Racing Wheels and BF Goodrich Tires!! It has been built about 4 years and has been driven only a little over 6,000 miles since it was built. I purchased this beauty from the builder. When he built the car, he finished it in Black and I am just not a black car fan, so I had him disassemble it and repaint it in a gorgeous red color. You can own this awesome One of a Kind beauty for only $60,000 which I feel is very fair for a nice custom built one of a kind vehicle like this one in the condition this gorgeous beauty is in. I have full documentation on the build with plenty of photos. If you do not particularly like this one, the builder can build you one to your specs. He has built a 34, a 36, a 37 and this 40 Ford Woodie. We are considering building a 1941 Lincoln Continental Woodie wagon in the near future. I might consider a possible trade, what do you have? What are you looking for? Lets talk!!! I sure would love to make this Classic yours. What can I do to make that happen? If this Classic is the vehicle of your dreams then the best time to buy it is BEFORE someone else does. NOW is the time. The customer who may have looked at it yesterday and said I will buy it tomorrow may buy it today while you are waiting to buy it tomorrow. Do not wait another minute. Give me a call right NOW so we can make this beauty yours. RIGHT NOW. You will be GLAD that you did!!! We specialize in Father and son restoration projects. We are located in the northwestern part of South Carolina 20 minutes south-east of Greenville. Drop by anytime and take a stroll through our Field of Dreams. You may just find that car of your dreams. I hope to see you soon. Give me a call on my toll-free number at 1-866-942-7716 so we can talk person to person about this car. If you happen to be out of our toll-free calling area call us on our regular number at 1-864-862-4423. We ship all over the world at your expense. We always have dozens and dozens of collector cars available for sale at all times. Visit Classic Cars of S.C. Inc. online at www.classiccarssouthcarolina.com to see more pictures of this vehicle or call us at 864-862-4423 today to schedule a look at this classic. We have shipped to just about every state in the US and 34 foreign countries. If you like you may text me at 1-864-313-2908. Visit Classic Cars of S.C. Inc. online at www.classiccarsofsc.com to see more pictures of this vehicle or call us at 864-862-4427 today to schedule your test drive.... Read more

Gary Court, SC 29645 (135 miles away)

$2,000
1941 Ford Other Ford Models

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You are looking at a 1941 Ford Convertible project. She is a great builder car and I also have a super solid 1941 Ford Coupe. This convertible is rough but for $6,500 more you can have both and really have something to work with! I feel that my price of $2,000 which I am sure YOU will feel is very fair for a project convertible like this one with the potential that this vehicle has. I might consider a possible trade, what do you have? What are you looking for? Lets talk!!! I sure would love to make this Classic yours. What can I do to make that happen? If this Classic is the vehicle of your dreams then the best time to buy it is BEFORE someone else does. NOW is the time. The customer who may have looked at it yesterday and said I will buy it tomorrow may come back today and buy it while you are waiting to buy it tomorrow. Do not wait another minute. Give me a call right NOW so we can make this beauty yours. RIGHT NOW. You will be GLAD that you did!!! We specialize in Father and son restoration projects. We are located in the northwestern part of South Carolina 20 minutes south-east of Greenville. Drop by anytime and take a stroll through our Field of Dreams. You may just find that car of your dreams. I hope to see you soon. Give me a call on my toll-free number at 1-866-942-7716 so we can talk person to person about this car. If you happen to be out of our toll-free calling area call us on our regular number at 1-864-862-4423. We ship all over the world at your expense. We always have dozens and dozens of collector cars available for sale at all times. Visit Classic Cars of S.C. Inc. online at www.classiccarssouthcarolina.com to see more pictures of this vehicle or call us at 864-862-4423 today to schedule a look at this classic. We have shipped to just about every state in the US and 34 foreign countries. If you like you may text me at 1-864-313-2908. Visit Classic Cars of S.C. Inc. online at www.classiccarsofsc.com to see more pictures of this vehicle or call us at 864-862-4427 today to schedule your test drive.... Read more

Gary Court, SC 29645 (135 miles away)

$1,500
1969 Ford Other Ford Models

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You are looking at a 1969 Ford Econoline 200 cargo Van. This will make a great work vehicle with automatic transmission and a 302. I also have another one...there have both been sitting and will need work. I feel that my price of $1,500 which I am sure YOU will feel is very fair for a Van like this one with the potential that this vehicle has. I might consider a possible trade, what do you have? What are you looking for? Lets talk!!! I sure would love to make this Classic yours. What can I do to make that happen? If this Classic is the vehicle of your dreams then the best time to buy it is BEFORE someone else does. NOW is the time. The customer who may have looked at it yesterday and said I will buy it tomorrow may come back today and buy it while you are waiting to buy it tomorrow. Do not wait another minute. Give me a call right NOW so we can make this beauty yours. RIGHT NOW. You will be GLAD that you did!!! We specialize in Father and son restoration projects. We are located in the northwestern part of South Carolina 20 minutes south-east of Greenville. Drop by anytime and take a stroll through our Field of Dreams. You may just find that car of your dreams. I hope to see you soon. Give me a call on my toll-free number at 1-866-942-7716 so we can talk person to person about this car. If you happen to be out of our toll-free calling area call us on our regular number at 1-864-862-4423. We ship all over the world at your expense. We always have dozens and dozens of collector cars available for sale at all times. Visit Classic Cars of S.C. Inc. online at www.classiccarssouthcarolina.com to see more pictures of this vehicle or call us at 864-862-4423 today to schedule a look at this classic. We have shipped to just about every state in the US and 34 foreign countries. If you like you may text me at 1-864-313-2908. Visit Classic Cars of S.C. Inc. online at www.classiccarsofsc.com to see more pictures of this vehicle or call us at 864-862-4427 today to schedule your test drive.... Read more

Gary Court, SC 29645 (135 miles away)
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