A great vintage presentation mixed with subtle upgrades makes this 1950 Ford two-door sedan instantly attractive. So when you can get original-style flathead V8 power for such a nice price, it's worth paying attention.
Everyone loves the sleek look of Ford's first post-war design. It was fairly groundbreaking when it first appeared, which is why it remains an icon today. And this one looks great in the details – from the Ford family crest badges, to the full-length trim, to the exposed polished trunk hinges. And we all love the bullet-nose chrome front end that also told people there was mighty eight-cylinders under the hood. There have been the right investments in the car, so the glass is clear and the doors close with confidence. Even the blue paint is a good pairing with a nice shine that adds to the nostalgia. And you'll even love the showing off the total wheel package. There's color-matched steelies behind the two-piece trim, and it has everything from newer whitewalls to rear fender skirts.
Inside you can instantly tell they invested correctly in this classic. The custom two-tone white and blue on the seats and door panels is part of an upgrade in 2017. It's striking, and yet, it doesn't look out of place on a 1950s machine. And since there's plenty of room for family and friends, you get to share this cool look with everybody. There are even nice upgrades, like seatbelts and an AM/FM/CD radio. But the driver is the one who really gets to enjoy this the most. The classic and artful steering wheel feels great in your hands, and you know this was meant for cruising, because the upgraded VDO gauge package really keeps you in-tune with what's going on under the hood.
The 239 cubic-inch flathead V8 looks nice showcased in glowing bronze. Plus, the engine bay is nicely detailed, including the correct oil-bath air cleaner. It received a comprehensive servicing within the last couple of years – including hoses, belts, mounts, fluid flush, and rebuilding the carburetor. You'll also spot plenty of upgraded here, including the alternator and a compressor (in case you want to upgrade to A/C later.) We all know the flathead V8 is a great engine for enjoying classic motoring. The glasspack-style dual exhaust gives you a little extra rumble, and the three-speed manual transmission lets you control that soundtrack with a cool classic column-shifted feeling.
The sale come complete with restoration photos, owner's manual, and plenty of receipts documenting solid investments. This is a great deal on a cool classic. So don't miss out, call today!