|Transmission||3 Speed Automatic|
|Axle Specification||Ford 9"|
|Front Wheel Specification||15"|
|Rear Wheel Specification||15"|
|Front Tire Specification||215/75R15|
|Rear Tire Specification||215/75R15|
|Front Brakes Specification||Drum|
|Rear Brakes Specification||Drum|
|Defrost||AM Radio||Cloth Interior||Power Steering||Seatbelts|
|Build Receipts||Dealer Invoice||Dyno Sheet||Factory Buildsheet||Galen Govier Documentation|
You're looking at a cool 1950 Ford Custom Deluxe coupe dressed in black with plenty of chrome and upgrades. It's a custom car that falls somewhere in between the V8 bad boy and the family weekend cruiser, which means it's welcomed everywhere.
Today we would call any two-door car like this a coupe, but Ford called it a sedan in 1950. 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 there's plenty of chrome on the bumpers and on the highly stylized grille. In the middle of that bullet nose there's an “8” just so everyone knew back then that you were piloting the big motor, and today that holds even more true (more on that in a moment.) Because this is the upper-level Custom Deluxe model, there's plenty of great chrome around the windows and running down the side of the car. The final touches of brightwork come from the hot rod style upgrades like the Crager five spoke wheels and dual exhaust tips.
Inside, your passengers will appreciate the sedan-sized ... Please ask for the full description.
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- AM Radio
- Cloth Interior
- Power Steering
- Exterior Color
- Interior Color
- Rear End
- Ford 9"
- Front Brakes
- Rear Brakes
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