This 1931 Ford 5-Window coupe has the classic details you love, like Henry Ford steel and a rumble seat. But it's not just the vintage style that has your attention. Slick paint, proper V8 power, upgraded suspension, a terrific stance, and an A/C interior make this an all-around awesome upgraded classic.
This is an all-steel body coupe. And when you have a car pressed when Henry Ford was in the head office, you take some extra care to appreciate the history. You see it in the classic details like the quail hood ornament, windshield overhang, bumpers, cowl lights, and taillights. There's even a correct luggage rack mounted out back. But there's much more going on with this one. It's a Model A for more modern times, and this announces it with a vibrant shade of Burnt Orange that has a nice metallic glow. The fenders are made from fiberglass, and that's so you can get the swoopy design while also fitting those massive rear tires that give you such a sporty stance. And everything from the updated grille to the dual exhaust tips gives it the right kind of custom style.
The tan interior looks tasteful against the orange interior. This is a comprehensive package that has a tuck and roll style seat, matching door panels, a custom headliner, and a stylish color-matched dash. This is a comfortable setup with features like well-integrated vents for the cold-blowing air conditioning and an AM/FM/CD stereo in the headliner. The steering wheel has the classic dual-spoke design, but it's a more modern unit mounted on a tilt column. You also have a Lokar floor shifter and a dash dominated by a full set of AutoMeter gauges. And unlike most rods, this Model A still has a fully operational rumble seat. It comes complete with passenger-side steps and grab bars so that it makes it easy for friends and family to hop in.
Stylish and powerful - it's always nice to see a tidy Chevy small block under the hood. The clean setup makes it easy to spot the big air grabber, finned valve covers, and all the other polished components. You can also see good features like MSD plug wires, MSD distributor, and electric fan. The 350 cubic-inch V8 inhales deeply with a Weber four-barrel carburetor, and it exhales with added power as headers feed the dual exhaust. This one is sitting on a strong TCI chassis, and it takes full advantage of that with suspension upgrades like a tubular A-arm front end, triangulated four-link rear, and coilovers all-around. Plus, you also have a three-speed automatic transmission, front disc brakes, and rack & pinion steering.
Solid, comfortable, powerful, and fun, this Ford coupe gets everything right. If you're looking for a true classic Ford that also loves extra flair, call today!