1937 Ford Slantback Streetrod
When you're a professional building one for yourself, this is the level of excellence you get. This 1937 Ford Slantback is an awesome two-tone street machine with a custom A/C interior, V8 power, and an overall level of quality you'll love. The two-tone silver and burgundy are the perfect night and day contrast that unite through a modern clear coat to give them an even shine as the sunlight rolls over both colors. Plus, the red pinstripe that separates the two really heightens the aggressive streak. The grilles are painted to match the body; sport side mirrors were added; and the Ford V8 badge is painted on. So the whole car has a super smooth attitude that really makes this classic look great in modern times. But like any good classic American there's plenty of room for some nice bright work on places like the bumpers and 15-inch polished alloys. As mentioned earlier, this is a professional build that was under the care of a shop owner for a dozen years. That's why it has a well-executed feeling in everything from the brighter LED taillights to the way the doors close with authority. And speaking of those doors, they are done in a very cool way with remote poppers, or they will also pop open with just touch of the door handle. Inside you'll find a tasteful custom interior that combines two tones of gray to nicely coordinate with the exterior silver. It's all part of a custom setup that includes the seats, door panels, dash, carpeting, and even the trunk. There's plenty of room for everyone in the comfortable gray leather upholstery. You'll especially enjoy it up front where there are well-bolstered bucket seats that include large headrests. This classic also has plenty of modern conveniences such as power windows, an AM/FM/CD stereo, tilt wheel, and ice-cold air conditioning. The Lecarra steering wheel feels great in your hands, and it gives you a clear view to the full upgraded gauge package. The engine bay is exactly what you want in a car that was built to show off. The smooth burgundy firewall is a great backdrop for plenty of polished components like the valve covers, air topper, compressor, and much more. 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, Edelbrock intake, and headers to add an extra wallop of power. You can hear the power of this motor every time you fire it up and let the Flowmaster dual exhaust produce its fierce rumble. But this one is built for far more than brute force. It's mated to a three-speed automatic transmission and a rear end that is built to be good on the highway. Plus, you have an upgraded independent front suspension, power steering, and front disc brakes. You're looking at a striking total package with less than 3,600 miles on the whole build. You really can't ask for a more impressive custom car, especially when done by a professional. Call now!