This 1940 Ford Cabriolet is a cool and complete build. So check out the awesome color combo, custom A/C interior, shining powerful V8, custom chassis, four-wheel disc brakes, and so much more that make a truly award-worthy package.
This is an all-steel body finished in a color called Cool Vanilla. That really sets the tone right for a custom and sophisticated machine like this. After all, it has hot rod appeal with plenty of sophistication in the mix. Those sleek rounded fenders .....
contain polished American Racing Torq Thrust wheels with a 14/16 inch front/rear setup for an aggressive stance. There are nice sporty details with the deleted vent windows and exhaust tips peeking out from the running boards. The body is free from some ornamentation for a proper custom look, but they didn't skip out on your favorite brightwork. In fact, you can tell there was a nice investment in the iconic grille, chrome bumpers, and teardrop headlight bezels. And the full-length trim looks great as it highlights the straightness of the body panels. And while you'll love most convertibles for their top-down look, the new dark green roof has a distinctly refined look against the creamy white paint.
That same cool deep green look is continued when you take the top down. In fact, you're going to instantly recognize that this is like no 1940s interior you've ever seen. This is a full custom setup by the hot rod master Paul Atkins. The sculpted seats, sleek door panels, and custom rear shelf will make you proud to take the top down and show off this very unique build. But beyond just looking great, you also get all the right features like an AM/FM stereo w/CD changer, power windows, and cold-blowing R134a air conditioning. And this one was certainly built for driving with a stylized steering wheel on a tilt column, and a dash dominated by crisp AutoMeter gauges.
Look under the hood and be amazed. The smooth firewall nicely presents a stellar motor. With the polished valve covers, air topper, brackets, piping, intake, pulleys, and more, we pretty much dare you to find another component that could be turned into brightwork. But when you look beyond the shine, you're going to see the substance of a powerful 350 cubic-inch V8. It has been enhanced with aluminum heads, an Edelbrock intake, and a four-barrel carburetor. And the Hooker shorty headers add power while also contributing to the rumble of the dual exhaust. A custom convertible like this is the kind of car you want to comfortably cruise everywhere. So don't forget to check out the undercarriage photos that show off a strong custom chassis with a tubular A-ram front end. And the three-speed automatic transmission, power steering, and four-wheel power disc brakes all make for one great driving package.
This is an awesome total package that gives you power, comfort, and distinction. So you know you don't want to let this '40 Ford Cab find a home in someone else's garage. Call today!!!