1949 Ford Tudor Custom Coupe
1949 Ford Custom Tudor CoupeCustom Stretched and LowTudor Cruise You gotta tip your hat when you come across a well built and intriguing car such as this 1949 Ford.From that unmistakable bullet nose to that well thought out low hung and swept rear with a continental kit, this Ford offers a lot to look at and admire.Starting out as a pencil from behind the ear to paper design, this car was chopped, frenched, shaved, stretched, and given a transplant of a true contender.The driveline born and raised on a respected 5.0L Ford Mustang GT with low miles honored by reincarnating itself under the stylish sheet metal of this Ford. Yes it's a 5.0L that is now carbureted and it has a 5-Speed Manual Transmission attached to it. I'd say that is a winning combination!Well suited for a formal more so than the typical street run or cruise night the Tudor has,,,,,, Pushbutton Door PoppersElectric Cooling FansPlexi-Glass Side WindowsContinental KitRear Quarter SkirtsFrenched Headlights and AntennaShaved DoorsCustom TaillightsCustom Black InteriorAM/FM/CD StereoAlloy WheelsDual ExhaustDual Sport MirrorsSport Steering WheelTinted WindowsThe 1949 Tudor Coupe was an American automobile produced by Ford. It was the first all-new automobile design introduced by the Big Three after World War II, civilian production having been suspended during the war.. Popularly called the "Shoebox Ford" for its slab-sided, "ponton" design, The 1949 Ford is credited both with saving Ford and ushering in modern streamlined car design with changes such as integrated fenders and more . The design would continue through the 1951 model year. Ford completely redesigned its namesake car save for its drive-train, this was an all-new car in every way, with a modern ladder frame now supporting a coil spring suspension in front and longitudinal semi-elliptical springs in back. The engine was moved . The 1949 and 1950 styling was similar, with a single central "bullet" in the frowning chrome grille.