This 1950 Ford sedan has a true street machine level of flair with a ton of custom elements, a terrific color coordination, and a great cruiser attitude. So something that's both absolutely vintage and thoughtfully planned, dig into the details here. The '50 Ford is pure Americana. So when it came time to customize this one, it's great that they truly made it a red-blooded American. The paint is obviously an upgrade later in life that has a good shine in the sunlight, and the right condition so that you'll never be nervous about taking this one out on every sunny Sunday. The stance is lowered and all the trim is shaved, right down to the door panels, so that there is a smoother and sleeker look. The custom grille is a focal point of the car, and it also helps kick off the white secondary color that coordinates with the bumpers and whitewall tires. Against the red paint it give this the overall timeless attraction like a Coca-Cola bottle. And this one was built to be a true custom cruiser. That's why you have a ton of time and money spent making this distinct. The street machine style is in the frenched headlights, frenched dual aerials, blue dot taillights, rear fender skirts, and dual spotlights. The lake pipes even really work! When you pop the remote door openers, it reveals the same red and white appeal inside. The upholstery is newer with a bright white and detailed red piping. Matching door panels, good carpeting, and a newer headliner get the fundamental right. We especially enjoy the details, like how all the knobs and pull-outs have a custom two-tone look to match the interior. And this even has comfort upgrades you don't find on many other 1950s Fords, like the power front seat and power front windows. Plus, the AM/FM digital tuner w/cassette gives you far better driving tunes than anything you got in the 1950s. Under the hood is exactly what you want to see. This has the classic Ford flathead V8 that's part of what made cars of this era a legend. But because this has a touch of street machine attitude, they also gave it the right period-correct upgrades, like an Offenhauser intake and dual carbs sitting on top. And because this classic also wants to still be a useful driver you have an alternator and 12-volt electrical system upgrade. You'll also love choosing between the hum of the Cherry Bomb dual exhaust or rumbling lake pipes. Plus, the column-shifted three-speed manual transmission gives you a the right classic car feel. This 1950 Ford is a thorough build of a classic cruiser. So if you're looking for authentic style, you know this one is your ride. Call today!