This is how to instantly stand out in a crowd in all the right ways. After all, the custom full green body will really get people paying attention. But this 1951 Ford Custom has an awesome interior, strong custom frame, and serious big block power to make sure there's substance behind the style.
This Ford has a unique and recognizable style from the moment it comes into view. It looks good in a radiant Electric Green Metallic paint. And since this is borrowed from a more modern Ford color palette, you get to tell people this all-steel body still keeps its family lineage. It's a sleek finish that gets even smoother with all the custom details. You have the color-matched custom grille, '39 bumpers, and recessed door handles. There's also an added power dome in the hood, deleted trim, and they frenched the headlights, tail lights, antenna, and license plate. And of course, when you want to talk about a sleeker profile, nothing does it better than chopping inches out of the roofline. The stance is also awesome. This is lowered so that the larger Boss wheels fill the wheel well even better, and the extra meaty rear set is tubbed so that it contains all that rubber. It's a real street machine custom that's built to be driven, and if you feel like showing it off, there's so much cool stuff that you're just a professional detail away from being award-worthy upon arrival.
The custom presentation continues when you open the door. The green exterior is used on the dash, but the main color theme is black and gray two-tone. It looks good on the tweed upholstery, matching door panels, and plush carpeting. This even has the kind of enhanced comfort you'd find on a true cruiser with an AM/FM/CD stereo with USB input, power windows, and provisions for R134a air conditioning (it needs a recharge to blow cold again.) But most of all, you can tell this one was made for driving. You have high-back front bucket seats, an upgraded sports steering wheel on a tilt column, a Hurst Quarter Stick shifter, and a full set of AutoMeter Pro-Comp gauges.
The engine bay has a shining and tidy package of serious power. This is a 460 cubic-inch V8, and while a big block is already a big upgrade, this one goes further. It has a Holley four-barrel carburetor, Edelbrock intake, and headers feeding the dual exhaust and Flowmaster mufflers. There are also nice supporting components, like the electric cooling fans and an Optima battery mounted in the trunk for better weight distribution. As you look underneath, you can see the strong custom frame that's great to have on a powerful classic like this. And they gave you the right components for both power driving and good cruising, like the versatile C6 three-speed automatic transmission, a stout 9-inch rear, power brakes, front discs, and grippy ZR-rated tires.
Style, comfort, and plenty of power come together on a very custom Ford Custom. Call today!!!