This is a beautiful looking, handling and finished “rare” 1947 Ford Tudor Sedan. (Owner’s Note: The car looks “good” in the photos, but is amazingly “EXCELLENT” when personally viewed!!) Exterior color is Black Jade Pearl Metallic accented by flawless SS trim. The all-metal body, panels and seam alignments are spot on. The interior is custom beige leather seats and panels, featuring a front 60/40 split bench seat, a full length back seat, Mercedes carpet and mats and a custom-made, leather-covered dashboard. VDO gauges, custom Billet Specialties tilt steering wheel, Lokar shifter, Alpine sound unit and system, pw controlling driver and passenger custom door glass, vents for Vintage Air A/C, billett knobs for A/C control/lights/intermittent ws wipers/door handles, etc. finish off the interior. Engine power comes from a small block 406 c.i. V8. The tranny is a perfectly geared 350TH 3-speed automatic for good acceleration and great cruising. Front end is Mustang II with stabilizer bars, ps, pb and brand new front discs and rotors. Rear brakes are drum. The front windshield is split-butted glass for better vision. Headlights are frenched-in with halogen high intensity bulbs. Custom rear taillights with interior back-deck “third” brakelight finish out the see and be seen exterior lighting function of the car. Overall the car is finished impeccably and has a very appealing stance. It’s rolling on new Michelin tires on custom Billet Specialties rims. Battery is a new yellow top Optima mounted in the custom carpet and leathered trunk in its own custom billet holder. The car’s appearance in past shows has resulted in it being a magazine featured car and it has a 10 Best Pick honor from Good Guys. It is a wonderful and special car because it looks great; it drives great; it can easily accommodate 4 adults (or kids or grandkid)s; has a great usable trunk for those “extras”; it is quiet, smooth … AND … there is simply not another one like it around!!
Location: Austin, Texas, United States
See listing: 1947 Ford Tudor Sedan (from December 12, 2015)