Fat-fendered Fords like this 1946 Ford Coupe make for some great streetrods. With room for a potent V8 under the hood, lots of creature comforts inside (including leather and A/C), and slick paint with an aggressive stance, this cool coupe has all the best custom flair and comfort.
The paint obviously sets this machine apart, but first take a moment to look at all the custom work done before the first drop was sprayed on. The bumpers and trim were expertly deleted for a smooth style. Then the headlights, taillights, and license plate were frenched for an even more integrated look. Even the dividing line for the two-piece windshield was minimized for the cleanest look possible. While the body is free from brightwork, the polished dual exhaust tips and 17-inch alloys on a lowered stance makes sure the shine also shows aggression. Then with a smooth and custom body, the exceptional two-tone was added. The modern green and champagne used the sheetmetal's natural lines to divide the two colors. Plus, they both have a terrific metallic glow that unifies the two hues. And because this is such a hot machine, custom painted flames run down both sides for an award-worthy total look.
Inside, you know this is has been fully customized once you take one look at the seats. After all, the level of custom contouring in the supple leather were decades away when this Ford first came into this world. In fact, a modern Cadillac donated these comfy seats, and they have fold-down armrests front and rear so that everyone can get individualized comfort. Yours even power adjusts to the ideal position. The exterior two-tone returns on the dash for a well-coordinated and smooth package. From the driver's seat, you can see a lot of investment whent into custom work. It starts with the sports steering wheel, and beyond that is a crisp Daytona Instrument full gauge package. Also within your reach is the AM/FM/CD player, power windows, and provisions for modern R134a air conditioning.
Under the hood is small block power that showcases plenty of shine on the polished valve covers, matching air topper, alternator, and more. And beyond the style, this 350 cubic-inch V8 has the substance of an Edelbrock four-barrel carburetor, aluminum intake, and a sweet-sounding dual exhaust. This is all part of a total package built to balance power and comfort. For example, you'll spot a nice aluminum radiator to help keep the motor running cool. Plus, the three-speed transmission is built to handle the torque that this coupe is putting on the road, and at the same time, it's also good for automatic cruising. There's also front disc brakes, modern performance tires, rear sway bar, and an upgraded Mustang II-style independent front suspension.
Lots of recent investments in a slick presentation, and obviously built to drive, this cool custom Ford coupe is an easy way to get the best of everything. Call today!!!