Distinct, custom, and an attention-grabbing presence: that's what attracted you to this 1947 Ford Sedan Deluxe. But when you check out the powerful V8, leather upholstery, cold-blowing A/C, upgraded suspension, and other thoughtful details, you'll see this eye-catching Ford makes for an all-around solid cruiser.
The color is called Flare Red, and you really understand why. The copper-like tones look like the top of a blazing flame. And there's plenty of metallic to make sure it has a .....
flash and sparkle in the sunlight. While that's impressive, what we like best about the finish is that it's still a cruiser quality that buffs nicely for the shows but won't make you upset if it sees rain. And the overall luster really knows how to show off the iconic curves of the distinct humpback two-door sedan. And because this is a classic, the brightwork in the bumpers and grille make sure to shine with pride. But the crystal clear headlights, blue-dot tail lights, tinted windows, louvered hood, 15-inch Centerline wheels, and sporty stance all join the upgraded color that signal a custom and more powerful machine within.
The moment you open the door, you can see that the old 1930s-style interior has been replaced with a custom and comfy setup. That means two late-model leather bucket seats up front with proper bolstering for all-day comfort. Yours even power adjusts to the ideal driving position. The rear bench and door panels have been done to match, and the tan also sets the tone for the carpeting, headliner, and trunk. That makes for the kind of quality that you'll happily share with plenty of friends. And sharing experience is what this one seems to be all about. Nothing gets too fancy to make you worry about dusty shoes hopping inside, and instead, you'll keep everyone happy with comfortable upgrades like a Pioneer AM/FM/CD/iPod stereo, power windows, cup holders, and cold-blowing air conditioning. This one is built to be a great driver, and that's why you have a Lecarra steering wheel mounted on a tilt column, Lokar floor shifter, billet pedals, VDO gauges in the dash, and a tach prominently mounted on the top center of the dash.
The engine bay was given extra attention during the initial restoration. So it has nice details like the smooth color-matched inner walls and added polish to the engine components. At the center is a 350 cubic inch V8. It has all the right features you want, including a four-barrel carburetor, an Edelbrock Performer RPM intake, HEI electronic ignition, an electric fan, and a glasspack-style dual exhaust. It makes for a solid runner with a sweet rumble. And because this is a good all-around driver, you have features like rack & pinion power steering, a three-speed automatic transmission, power brakes, front discs, and Heidts independent front suspension.
You're looking at a vintage custom Ford that's a great anytime-driving classic. So when you find something this special, you know you need to hurry to get it in your garage. Call today!!!