BUICK NAILHEAD V8, UNIQUE HEADERS THAT DOUBLE AS RUNNING BOARDS, SWEET PICKUP!
You're looking at one of the coolest presentations around. This 1929 Ford Pickup is a complete custom build that has great custom rod touches like the block that matches the interior and the headers that double for running boards. So while the big 364 V8 and slick paint will draw you in, it's this thoughtful complete package that makes it so desirable.
This truck has a mean stance that really embodies the custom hot rod spirit. The steel body was expertly merged with cool elements like the motorcycle front fenders and fiberglass hood. It's all been sprayed with a glossy shade of midnight black. It's the kind of investment that you just know it has all the right luster to reflect the Saturday night neon lights. But the real desire is in the details. The front end deletes the bumper for a lower, meaner stance; the bed is made of shining bright metal; and the running board are really just a cool extension of the headers – which you know will get everyone talking at the car shows.
A bold outside deserves an even bolder inside, and so the exterior black is now joined by an electric green. This custom setup is expertly crafted so that the custom seat, door panel, and headliner are all part of a coherent two-tone package that could win awards all on its own. And while the Model A-based pickup are known for offering the bare necessities, you'll enjoy upgraded features like the Grant GT sports steering wheel, AM/FM/cassette stereo, Lokar shifter, and full set of classic-style AutoMeter gauges.
We know you've been staring at that motor, and so will everyone else. It's a 364 cubic-inch Buick Nailhead V8. It's a fully built performer that includes dual Carter AFB four-barrel carburetors, Offenhauser intake, and those amazing custom headers. Of course, we love how those form the straight pipes that double as running boards as the rumbling exhaust exits right where you can hear it best. But that's far from the only showpiece on this V8. Those shining valve covers proudly show off the Buick hot rod heritage, and the green block is a great coordinating piece with the interior. This one is built to be strong on the road with a four-link mono-leaf front suspension and a trailing arm rear. The TH400 three-speed automatic transmission is not only stout enough to handle all the power, but also it can settle into easy cruising behavior. The same goes for the modern grip of the Goodyear Eagle tires mounted on the staggered set of iconic American Racing Torq Thrust wheels.
It takes time, money, and planning to produce a creation like this... Or you can save money and skip to the front of the line right now with a custom that surpasses your imagination. And with only 2,690 miles on the whole build, it's barely broken in. A deal like this won't last long in our showroom, so call now!
- AM/FM Radio
- Cassette Player
- Vinyl Interior
- Transmission Spec
- Front Brakes
- Rear Brakes
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