This incredible 1939 Ford 3-window coupe is the kind of rod most of us only dream of owning. A shining and performance-built small block, a custom A/C interior, and beautiful bright paint – this is an all-eyes-on-me street rod.
For this red devil, the details are what really count. The premium Pete and Jakes body is a stellar presentation that makes sure all the curves that Ford created decades ago are accented by great custom features like the chopped appearance, sport mirrors, and the flush taillights. The fiberglass body is beautifully finished, showing expert workmanship from every angle. The doors fit flush and handles have been removed so nothing gets in the way of the iconic crease that starts at the hood and continues until it creates the trunkline. There's no superfluous chrome, which gives it a modern appearance that makes you focus on the limited areas of brightwork like the iconic grille, teardrop headlights, and Billet Specialties alloys.
When you pop the remote door opener, you you'll discover an interior that's both custom and premium. It starts with the modern bucket seats that offer all day comfort. In fact, this one has all the best luxuries, including ice-cold modern R134a air conditioning, power seats, power windows, tilt wheel, and an AM/FM/CD stereo. You're going to love grabbing the Budnik steering wheel that nicely coordinates with the exterior alloys. And ahead of that it might look like there are not any instruments in the dash, but when you twist the key, that long dark panel begins to glow with all your digital gauges. It's the kind of reveal that will impress your passenger even if it's not his/her first time in this ride.
Grab your sunglasses before lifting the hood, because there was a nice investment in attention-grabbing polished components. And once you look beyond the flash, you'll see the substance of a performance-built small block V8. This 327 cubic-inch motor is bored .30 over (331ci total) and been given go-fast goodies such as 62cc heads, a Holley four-barrel carburetor, MSD ignition, and shorty headers that add power as they contribute to the rumble of the dual exhaust. Don't forget to check out the undercarriage photos, because with only 535 miles on the build, this one looks impressively clean. You can also spot nice upgrades like the Mustang II-style independent front suspension, tubular control arms, and front disc brakes. Add in power steering and the TH350 three-speed automatic transmission, and you've got a stellar rod that you can easily drive anywhere.
Impressively built with a long list of A-list hardware, this is a first-class rod that's poised to take home some seriously big trophies. It's everything you want and available today for far less than it would cost to build this top-quality coupe from scratch. Call today!!!