1950 Ford Custom for sale 101085487
1950 Ford Custom
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1950 Ford Custom


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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!!!

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Vehicle Specifications

  • VIN
  • Classic Car ID
  • Stock Number
  • Category
    American Classics
  • Body Style
  • New/Used
  • Mileage
    79,245 miles
  • Engine
    239 Flathead V8
  • Drivetrain
  • Transmission
    3 Speed Manual
  • Exterior Color
  • Custom Color

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