This 1939 Ford Tudor Humpback will impress you with its fuel-injected V8, metallic paint, quality feel, custom A/C interior, and so much more
So as you dig into the details, you’ll really start to see the difference that comes from taking extra time to get a thoughtful build.
The Mystic Teal paint is a wonderful color set apart with its quality application and a nice metallic glow. The deep gloss really shows off the iconic curves of the swoopy fenders and alligator hood every time the sunshine finds the body. And speaking of the body, you know they did plenty of work here. It has inches chopped out of the roofline and everything has a sleeker style thanks to deleted bumpers, a color-matched grille, shaved handles, and frenched license plate. And because there’s less brightwork on the body, it helps the remaining polished pieces stand out more. So you take note of the Boyd Coddington wheels and the aggressive stance of the extra meaty rear rubber. As you get drawn in for a closer look, you’ll really tell there’s an overall level of care in the details with good rubber seals, clean glass, and overall quality fit and finish of the steel body. The result is a classic that’s attractive for far more than just its power.
The gray tweed interior has a timeless appeal, especially when it’s part of a loaded and custom package like this. The dual bucket seats are modern units with good bolstering and large headrests. The matching rear seats, headliner, and custom door panels give this a nice uniform style. There are even cool details, like the red streak in the doors and the dash done in an exterior-matching teal. You’ve got the best in cruiser features like a custom console with cup holders, a Kenwood AM/FM/CD player with Bluetooth, Pioneer speakers, cruise control, and cold-blowing air conditioning. Not only is all of this comfortable, but also it’s built to be a solid driver. That’s why you have a grippy Grant sports steering wheel, a tilt column, and a full set of Omega Kustom Instruments gauges.
This may be a classic Ford, but it has the heart of a Chevy. The 350 cubic-inch V8 is built with good components, like an Edelbrock EPS intake, an aluminum radiator w/electric fan, and an MSD ignition. Plus, it’s topped with a FiTech Go EFI electronic fuel injection for the best in power and consistency. It makes for a strong package that loves being a true cruiser. That’s why you have great driver features, like the upgraded independent front end, power steering, front discs, and the three-speed automatic transmission.
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