- $22,995 Get Financing
- Seller: streetsidenc
- Phone: 866-542-8392
This handsome 1949 Ford Custom two-door sedan has an awesome mix of vintage style and upgrades. The exterior has a great classic appearance, right down to the whitewalls. And you even have the iconic flathead V8 under the hood. But the interior is a two-tone set up with the best luxuries, including A/C.
This has the true classic look you love. The bullet-nose grille, exposed polished trunk hinges, two-piece wheel covers, wraparound chrome bumpers, and full-length trim are all part of the stylish package that came on Ford's first post-war design. And you can really see it so well thanks to the paint. It's a glossy black that has a quality look, but it's nothing that you'll be too afraid to take out on the road. And the deeper you dig into this one, the more you see the driver-friendly package. Keen eyes will pick up on some added details. You have upgraded headlight bezels, side window rain guards, bright dual exhaust tips, and blue-dot taillights. It's nothing to take away from the vintage look, but it does signal that this one has received some individual attention.
The black and white theme of the interior has a classic appeal. And there are nice vintage details, like the artful Ford steering wheel and the AM radio that's still there for display. But you're never going to describe this interior as "stock." There was an investment here that starts with the seats. They are a detailed two-tone with tuck and roll inserts and contrast piping. The front ones are now ultra-comfy buckets that have plenty of bolstering and even power adjust. And you'll love the details everywhere from the newer carpeting to the jukebox embroidered on the rear seatback. The center console is a full custom setup that includes a large armrest, auxiliary gauges, and an AM/FM/CD stereo with USB input. And it leads to the vents for the cold-blowing R134a air conditioning.
The engine bay shows off a correct-style flathead V8. There are vintage details, including the oil-bath air cleaner. But what keeps this a strong running cruiser for modern times are the thoughtful upgrades. This includes a 12-volt electrical system, alternator, fresh wiring, good hoses, and an aluminum radiator. Its good driving nature also comes from a three-speed manual transmission with overdrive and the irresistible hum of the glasspack-style dual exhaust.
Nicely presented, correctly invested, comfortably upgraded, and priced right - this '49 Ford is exactly what you want. So don't let it slip away. Call now!