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1950 Ford Custom Convertible Street Rod Unique Looks Beautiful Car

1950 Ford Custom Convertible

Make: Ford
Model: Custom
Type: Convertible
Trim: Convertible
Year: 1950
Mileage: 50,653
VIN: 123
Color: Burgundy
Engine: Flathead V-8 Engine
Cylinders: 8
Fuel: Gasoline
Transmission: Manual
Drive type: RWD
Interior color: Red
Drive side: Left-hand drive
Vehicle Title: Clear
Item location: Bee Spring, Kentucky, United States
Convertible, Leather Seats

Description for Ford Custom 1950

Owned by one family since new, this 1950 Ford Custom Convertible was originally sold by Berl Berry Motors in San Francisco.
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It was purchased new by Robert Fischbeck of Piedmont, California, who possessed the car for the rest of his life and passed it on to his family upon his death.
Sale of the convertible includes a copy of the original bill of sale dated March 31, 1951- WOW!
A California car that still has its black and yellow license plates, the Custom was the subject of a professional restoration by Nick Alexander of Huntington Beach, California.
Owned by one family since newSold new at Berl Berry Motors in San Francisco, CaliforniaPurchased new by Robert Fischbeck of Piedmont, California who keptthe car for the rest of his life
Upon his death, it was passed on to his familyDocumented with a copy of the original bill of saleCalifornia car with Black plates
Professional restoration by Nick Alexander of Huntington Beach,CaliforniaOriginal 1952 California Certificate of ownership includedRestoration receipts included
Flathead V-8 engineDowndraft carburetor3-speed manual transmission with overdrive
Push-button 8-tube AM radioMagic-Aire heater, dash clockFront and rear bumper guards
Color-keyed steel wheelsChrome hubcaps and trim ringsGoodyear wide whitewall tires
Black and Red seats and door panelsRed painted dash, Black carpetLeather interior
Looking classic 1950s, the dark red paint is contrasted by a black convertible top with red piping and the wheels are color-keyed steel with chrome hubcaps and trim rings, all wrapped in Goodyear wide whitewall tires.
Inside, the two-tone interior continues the theme with red and black seats along with a red-painted dash with black carpet and door panels.
The flathead V-8 is topped by a downdraft carburetor and oil-bath air cleaner.
Options include the 3-speed manual transmission with overdrive, pushbutton eight-tube AM radio, Magic Aire heater, dash clock and front and rear bumper guards.
While the 1950 Ford appeared identical to the 1949 models, Ford promoted them as having "50 improvements for '50"
Those updates fixed some of the problems from 1949 and included pushbutton door handles, repositioned parking lights, newly designed hood ornaments, a recessed gas filler neck, non-sag front-seat springs and a three-blade cooling fan.
Overall, the 1950 Ford was tighter and quieter through the turns and on rough roads.
The Custom model added convenience items like a horn ring, two sun visors, door-panel armrests and a locking glove-compartment door.
The 1950 Ford was one of America's most popular models with more than 1.2 million produced.
Of those, just more than 50,000 -or about 4 percent- were Custom V-8 convertibles like the one purchased new by Robert Fischbeck.
A beautiful car with an incredible story to tell - this unique 1950 Ford Custom Convertible is the perfect car for any car show or sunny day.
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