1950 Ford Coupe Project Car Hot Rods Restoration Classic Vintage Rare Solid body

1950 Ford Other

Technical specifications of Ford Other 1950

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Item location: Sturgis, South Dakota, United States
Make: Ford
Model: Other
Type: Coupe
Trim: 2 door
Year: 1950
VIN: B0SP144785
Transmission: 3 Speed
Drive type: RWD
Vehicle Title: Clear
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Car description

This Rare 1950 Ford Coupe is an ideal project for the mechanically inclined. One could devote some tender love and care to restore. revamp. or even trick out. This Ford Coupe would make such a choice hot rod. To cruise down the boulevard in or maybe the main drag. One could create quite the automotive treasure for themselves with this little 1950 Ford coupe. This rare diamond in the rough is perfect for the right person to decide to take home. Like a blank canvas on could truly create an automotive work of art. Is this little Ford coupe for you? After World War II. Ford was striving for their All American quality automobile to shine first. Ford did so by offering the two trim levels as their standard and custom. Both were offered with the L-head or optionally with the V-8. Six-cylinder Standards included Tudor and Ford or sedans. along with business and club coupes. while customs eliminated the business coupe but added a two-door convertible. as well as a two-door wood-bodied wagon. These fine sleek sheet metal cars were to be part of the first after World war ll. shown by any of the big three car companies. It was from a styling standpoint. the new Ford’s adopted slab sides. wrap round bumpers. minimal trim. and bullet-adorned grille set it apart from most other cars on the road. Despite a relatively hastened period of design and development. along with teething issues associated with such an abbreviated process. the new Fords were a hit. with 1. 1 million units sold. They were a hit. For the 1950"s. Ford had worked out many of the noise and handling issues found in the first-year cars. Their trims were renamed Deluxe and Custom Deluxe. The club coupe was dropped from the deluxe series. and the convertible was now offered only in V-8 Custom Deluxe special edition. New to the lineup was the Crestliner. a Custom Deluxe Tudor that added special elements above and beyond the regular model. including two-tone paint and a unique canvas-covered roof. The 1950 Ford Coupe was indeed like all American base ball and American apple pie. One of Fords contributions to American automotive history.

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