The two-tone exterior, loaded comfortable interior, an upgraded suspension, and strong V8 power are all about making this 1947 Ford Custom Coupe an all-around true cruiser.
This car needs a nickname like Smooth Operator. The full package just seems to enjoy looking sleek. The badging and trim are deleted on the body so that you get a good look at that two-tone. After all, the best customs are usually red or black, but this one gives you both in a high-gloss presentation. The rear continues the smoother attitude with the frenched license plate, frenched antenna, and custom inset tail lights. This one puts a bright face forward with the mirror-like grille slats and upgraded LED halo headlights. And the only thing brighter than the lights might just be the shine from the upgraded Boss 18-inch polished alloys. We particularly love the silver and red pinstriping because it not only provides a clear dividing line for much of the two-tone, but it also highlights the good fit of the body panels. So it represents the stylish and quality feel of the whole car. There are about 20k miles on this build, and it's a car made for driving. So as you look over all the details, you'll see a car that has the right finish to give you carefree cruising all weekend...and turn plenty of heads while doing it.
Tan looks great against both black and red, and so the interior has quite a tasteful style. Nice upholstery, plush carpeting, custom door panels, and full finished trunk are all part of the uniform tan style. This also has the right comfort upgrades like an AM/FM/CD stereo, power windows, tinted windows, cup holders, and provisions for air conditioning (it will need servicing to blow cold again.) The front seats are all about a modern experience with comfy bolstering, wide headrests, a center console, and shoulder seatbelts. Your seat even power adjusts to the ideal position. In fact, this feels very driver-oriented with the upgraded banjo-style sports steering wheel on a tilt column, and the dash has been upgraded with a full set of vintage-style VDO gauges.
The engine bay has a clean look and plenty of polish. But it's the substance behind the shine that makes this so nice. You have a 350 cubic-inch V8 that inhales deeper with an Edelbrock four-barrel carburetor. It exhales with added power and rumble as shorty headers feed the dual exhaust. As you look underneath, you'll spot an upgraded Mustang II-style independent front end and newer bushings. Plus, a three-speed automatic transmission, power steering, power brakes, and front discs are all part of this solid cruising package.
This one is the right mix of a stunner and a driver. So if you love to fully enjoy your classics, don't miss this custom Ford. Call today!!!