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1950 Ford Chopped Shoebox 302 with Overdrive

Condition: Used
Make: Ford
Model: Other
Type: Sedan
Year: 1950
Mileage: 160
VIN: BOSP148890
Color: Black
Engine: 302
Cylinders: 8
Fuel: Gasoline
Transmission: Automatic
Drive type: RWD
Interior color: Black
Vehicle Title: Clear
Item location: Providence Forge, Virginia, United States

Description of 1950 Ford Other

Lifelong California car before I bought it and had it shipped to Virginia 2+ years ago (have copies of previous titles as proof). The following is a list of things that have been replaced over that stretch and have kept all receipts in the build.
Motor: Professionally rebuilt small block V8 302 Ford from Stuart Matthews Engineering New custom ground Comp Cam, has a little lope New Powder Coated Weiand Stealth intake manifold Rebuilt Holley 600 carburetor New HEI distributer New Ford 9mm plug wires New FlowKooler water pump Refurbished Cal Custom finned valve covers New air filter, modified one of the hubcaps New mini starter off Ebay New 140amp Summit Alternator New Odyssey battery New oil filter relocation kit New BBK Shorty Headers, exhaust and Brockman Mellowtone Mufflers (sounds awesome) New CVF Racing pulleys, set up for future AC New Flex-a-lite Lowboy electric fan with thermostat New American Eagle Radiator New gas tank from Tanks Inc Driveline Factory new 4R70W Ford Overdrive Transmission placed into a Windsor case Powertrain Control Solutions Simple Shift Controller and Throttle Position Sensor Transmission is fully shift adjustable with dials under dash New Driveshaft and U joints Lokar Nostalgia shifter
Suspension New Dropped spindles and uprights New Aerostar Coils New Control arm shaft and bushing kits New Front and rear oversized sway bars New Posies Super Slide rear springs Custom machined blocks for springs for correct driveline angle New front shocks New Monroe rear shocks with Airlift on board compressor New centerlink, tie rods, and pitman arm
Interior New Keep It Clean 12 circuit wiring fuseblock, originally had 6v system Headlights are on separate relays New Turn Signal switch and floor hi beam dimmer New Speedhut GPS speedometer and Clock New Stewart Warner Volt and Oil Pressure gauges The seats and console are from a 64 T-Bird New seat adjustable seat sliders Floorboard was coated in POR-15 before sound deadening mat was applied New carpet New Escutcheons and all knobs are Crestliner style New custom made ABS door panels, extra roll of material comes with it
Brakes New ECI front disc brakes brakes calipers and master cylinder New check valves and adjustable proportioning valve mounted under frame New brake light switch
Tires and rims New Cragar series 69 deluxe rims with new center caps and bullet lug nuts New Diamondback 2 3"wide whitewall tires Odds and ends Frame is in excellent condition and was coated in POR-15 as well as the floorboard. The rear valence was replaced as well as a patch under the right taillight,(normal spots for these cars) New outside door handles, mirrors, and dummy spots. The chrome is in excellent condition, but rear bumper is starting to show signs of flaking. The rear door handles have been shaved.
What it needs The window surrounds of the doors all need a little cleaning up and straightening. The drip rail should either be removed or straightened. It will need windows (all flat glass). I have all the regulators, cranks and knobs. Two of the garnish moldings will need to be finished. It has a battery drain over three weeks that i have not tracked it down yet, I have just been using the battery disconnect switch. There is some evidence of filler where the chop was done, but not bad, just needs to be cleaned up a bit. There is no rust on the car, the body is in good shape, but its not a show car, but could be with a little body work. If you live locally and would like to see it, just send me an email and we can get together. If you have any questions at all please ask. Thanks Deposit Non refundable $1000 due within 48 hours of action ending, full payment due within 7 days