1940 Ford Coupe Custom
This incredible 1940 Ford Business Coupe is the kind of rod most of us only dream of owning. A shining fuel-injected monster motor, performance frame/chassis, custom leather interior, and beautiful slick paint Ã¢â‚¬" this is an all-eyes-on-me street rod. The shape of the business coupes was irresistible to moonshiners back in the day, and today we just love them for their extra curves. That's amplified even further on a classic that was restored with precision to maximize this look. There was a big investment just in the Midnight Blue Metallic paint, and the result is a super-slippery finish that looks like it could glide through the midnight air. This is important, because the whole car was custom built to be a very sleek machine. You see it in the super-straight body that has a modern appearance where its only trim is a long strip running the length of the profile. And we love the expertly deleted bumpers that allow you to really see the depth of the grille and how far the fender extend in the rear. And the details were sweated, too, to keep a modern appearance with features like the flush-mounted headlights, shaved door handles, frenched license plate, and the dual exhaust tips fitted into the custom roll pan. And those large Colorado Custom alloys are true standouts to compete this unique total package. When you pop the remote door opener, you you'll discover an interior that's both custom and premium. It starts with custom leather seating. With the individual bolstering, well-contoured style, and an armrest, this supple setup is all-day comfortable. The color of the seats coordinate with the door panels, carpeting, headliner, and trunk for a very uniform presentation. But what will really wow people is the burled walnut wood-like appearance around the windows and dash. More than just look great, this coupe has the right comfort features like power windows, push-button start, power steering, an AM/FM/CD stereo (the hardware cleverly hidden in the trunk,) and provisions for air conditioning. You're going to love grabbing the Colorado Custom steering wheel that nicely coordinates with the exterior alloys. And ahead of that is a full set of Classic Instruments gauges so you can keep a full eye on what's going on under the hood. The engine bay is bright and brimming with horsepower, so you know you'll love showing it off. You're looking at a monster 502 cubic-inch V8. While that displacement is already enough for most of us, it's been enhanced further with a Lunati cam, aluminum heads, and a polished Hilborn electronic fuel injection controlled by a Fast XFI management program. The Sanderson headers add even more power as they also contribute to the thunder out the dual exhaust. And don't just listen to these pipes; follow their path in the undercarriage photos. There you'll see that the package of dark blue and polished components continues Ã¢â‚¬" so you'll be bringing mirrors to car show to put under this one. You'll also notice all the right upgrades. This is built on a strong Fat Man rectangular tube chassis. It has a tubular A-arm front suspension, and in the rear, is a four-link with stabilizer bar. Plus, behind each wheel is an adjustable coilover and SSBC disc brakes. If this seems like a terrific machine for both cruising and power driving, then you'll love the stout TH400 three-speed automatic transmission that also has a Gear Vendors overdrive. 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 it's available right now. Call today!!!