Cruise-ins were made for this 1930 Ford Pickup. It has the right custom look on the outside, a comfortable leather A/C interior, and a nice small block under the hood that makes a sweet rumble without losing friends. It's a fresh turn-key smile machine just waiting for you.
This truck has a mean stance that combines the original hot rod spirit with a bit more modern touches. After all, this is the iconic shape of the Model A pickup, but it's a professional build with tighter body gaps thanks to a modern fiberglass cab. And the modern metallic orange paint radiates the sunlight so that it really highlights every one of the classic Ford curves. This same expert mix of vintage and modern is seen throughout the truck. So you have great classic details like the front bumper, headlight bar, waterfall grille, and windshield overhang. They blend nicely with upgrades like the custom rear bumper, dual exhaust tips, and polished American Racing Torq Thrust wheels with an aggressive 15/17 inch front/rear stance. You better believe people will remember this truck even time they see the tonneau cover electronically raise from its flush-fitted mounting.
Inside, this 1930s-style machine has been customized to be the most comfortable cruiser you will find anywhere. It starts with a custom bench seat that has terrific bolstering and finished in supple leather. This quality presentation continues on the side panels, headliner, and even the carpet piping for a full uniform look. You get a Billet Specialties steering wheel on a polished tilt column. And beyond that is a bright dash panel with a full set of Classic Instruments gauges. You get all the right extras, including cold R134a air conditioning and an AM/FM/CD stereo with Bluetooth that's mounted in a custom headliner console. And there's power windows for not only the sides, but also the rear glass, too – so you can really let the breezes run through the cab.
With the engine on display to the world, you want it to be as shiny as this one. The air topper, valve covers, alternator, compressor, tubing, pulleys, intake, and so much more are drawing attention, so you might win awards for the polished pieces alone. But look closely, and you'll also see nice performance substance behind the shine. This is a 350 cubic-inch crate motor that's been enhanced with an Edelbrock four-barrel carburetor, Edelbrock EPS intake, twin Holley air intake, and shorty headers. More than just the motor, it's worth looking at the undercarriage photos for all the upgrades under the skin. Up front is an independent suspension with tubular A-arms. In back is a four-link with adjustable coilovers as well as a stout Ford 9-inch rear. We know you spotted the glasspacks on the dual exhaust - they give this truck a muscular soundtrack. But more than just powerful, this one was built to be a true cruiser. That's why you have a four-speed automatic transmission with highway-friendly overdrive. The aluminum radiator with electric fan is there to make sure this V8 runs cool even if you're in traffic with the A/C pumping. Add in power steering, four-wheel disc brakes, and the modern grip of Michelin tires, and you have a terrific total driving package.
With barely 4,000 miles on this truck since it was built, you can tell this has been a cherished custom – we even have the build receipts to prove it! So if you're ready to enjoy a cut-above classic, call today!