1938 Ford Sedan Streetrod
This classic 1938 Ford Tudor Sedan is a classic hot rod that you're going to love to show off. It's such a custom build that even the chassis has been two-toned in orange and cream. And just like the best hot rods out there, this stunner was crafted to be a powerful driver, too. This '38 Ford is one of the sleekest pre-war designs going, and this one decided to turn it up a notch. You can tell that immediately from its first impression. We all love the way the upper grille slats run along the hood like a bird spreading its wings. On this one, some brightwork is removed for a modern appearance that better showcases this feature. The custom running boards hug the body nicely, and the side mirrors are a modern wind-cheating design. It all ends in a beautifully rounded rear with an integrated third brake light and a frenched in license plate. This car gets away with such a sleek appearance because the two-tone orange and cream both have a smooth luster to make the light flow over each panel. Of course this is a true American hot rod, so it doesn't completely miss out on brightwork. You still get plenty of shine out of the bumpers, door handles, and exhaust tips. Plus, everyone will gravitate to the details in the 17-inch Billet Specialties alloys. Open the doors of this killer classic and you'll find a custom interior that combines the bold exterior orange paint with tasteful tan upholstery. The front buckets are far more modern than anything out of the '30s, so they have nice bolstering for all-day comfort. The door panels, headliner, shift boot, steering wheel wrap, and dash all match this color for a true uniform build. This classic has plenty of modern conveniences such as an AM/FM/CD stereo and A/C. Just like the best customs out there, the driver gets a cool steering wheel that nicely matches the pattern from the alloys, and adds cool etched flames in the center. But this intricate design doesn't get in the way of viewing the full set of VDO gauges. Grab your sunglasses before popping the hood. This V8 is show-ready with the air topper, valve covers, alternator, and so many more polished components. Underneath all the shiny elements is the stability of a small-block 350 cubic-inch V8. We don't mind a Ford running Chevy power when it's this legendary unit that's known for reliability, power, and a huge list of performance upgrades. In fact, this one already has a four-barrel carburetor and a custom dual exhaust with a throaty rumble. But more than just listen to the pipes roar; you should follow their path in the undercarriage photos. There you'll also see a great mix of orange, cream, and brightwork that perfectly matches the body color scheme. So when you realize the kind of planning it took to get this level of detail on a place hardly anyone ever sees, you fully understand the total quality of this build. But more than just look good, this was upgraded to be great on the road, too. The Mustang II-style independent front suspension with power steering, a three-speed automatic transmission, and front power disc brakes all come together to make a great anytime classic. This is the kind of complete build that will be having you carrying mirrors to the car show so that you can showcase every inch. But the only way to turn heads this weekend is if you call today!