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1951 FORD DELUXE CUSTOM BUSINESS COUPE

1951 FORD DELUXE CUSTOM BUSINESS COUPE
27,000.00 USD
Offered For Sale at the: Barrett-Jackson Collector Car Auction January, 2006, Scottsdale, Arizona Barrett-Jackson Auction Company 7400 E Monte Cristo Ave Scottsdale, AZ 85260 Phone: 480-421-6694 Facsimile: 480-421-6697 Website: www.barrett-jackson.com 1951 FORD DELUXE CUSTOM BUSINESS COUPE SOLD FOR $27,000 Options Color: PURPLE Transmission: AUTO Cylinders: V8 Engine Size: 302 PURPLE PEOPLE EATER! Chopped 3 1/2 inches, louvered lowered, frenched headlights, rounded hood corners, electric doors, dual recessed antennas, baby spots, 1955 Dodge grille, 1951 Mercury fender skirts, air shocks, chrome lake pipes, tilt leather wrapped steering wheel, stainless steel door sills, and custom paint job with hand-painted graphics. Engine is 302 cubic inches Ford V8 bored .030 over with 3/4 cam, 600 cfm Edelbrock carburetor, 1971 Nova front clip, automatic transmission with Pro Stick shifter, 9 inch Maverick rear end and 12 volt electric system. Interior has Mustang seats, rolled and pleated headliner, custom dashboard, AM/FM cassette player, tinted windows and upholstered trunk. Plus purple neon lights and Flame Throwers! This show winning car comes with an appraisal over $60,000 and more than $60,000 in receipts, not counting the cost of the car.
by Douglas

1951 FORD CUSTOM DELUXE 2DR SEDAN

1951 FORD CUSTOM DELUXE 2DR SEDAN
24,995.00 USD
THIS IS A BLACK BEAUTY SHOW STOPPER 2 DOOR SHOEBOX. COMPLETE BODY UP RESTORATION 1 YEAR AGO. FRONT AND REAR BUMPERS, NEW SILL PLATES, CHROME DOOR HANDLES AND WINDOW CRANKS ALL SHOW CHROME. EXTREMELY CLEAN TOP TO BOTTOM. NO RUST, EXCELLENT FLOORS, NEW GLASS AND SEALS, AND NEW WIRE LOOMS. ORIGINAL ENGINE REBUILT FOR UNLEADED FUEL. TRANSMISSION IS EXCELLENT. DON'T MISS THIS ONE - IT'S A BEAUTY READY FOR SUMMER CRUISES AND SHOWS. Contact Information: Volo Auto Museum 27582 West Volo Village Road Volo, IL 60073 Phone: 815-385-3644 Fax: 815-385-0703 Email: collectorcar@volocars.com Website: [url=http://www.volocars.com]www.volocars.com[/url]
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1951 Ford 2-Door Sedan

1951 Ford 2-Door Sedan
1951 Ford 2-Door Sedan Photographed at Fred's Car Museum in Appomattox, Virginia. Photos By: Douglas Wilkinson
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1951 Ford Custom Deluxe Victoria Hardtop

1951 Ford Custom Deluxe Victoria Hardtop
1951 Ford Custom Deluxe Victoria Hardtop Photo By: Douglas Wilkinson Location: The National Automotive and Truck Museum of the United States, Auburn, Indiana. The 1951 Ford Victoria Hardtop was the first Ford designed by Gordon Beuhrig after he joined Ford in 1949. This car was purchased new by Mr. Beuhrig and was driven by him for many years.
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1951 Ford Convertible Custom Street Rod

1951 Ford Convertible Custom Street Rod
1951 Ford Convertible Custom Street Rod Photo By: Douglas Wilkinson Location: The Masters Ultimate Car Show in Knoxville, Tennessee, July 22, 2005. Keywords: pictures photos
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1951 FORD CUSTOM CONVERTIBLE

1951 FORD CUSTOM CONVERTIBLE
1951 FORD CUSTOM CONVERTIBLE 1,400 Actual Miles.To be sold at The Worldwide Groupís Houston Classic Auction on May 3, 2008. For information call 866-273-6394 or visit www.WWGauctions.com.
by Douglas

1951 Ford Victoria Coupe

1951 Ford Victoria Coupe
22,000.00 USD
Barrett-Jackson Collector Car Auction Website: www.barrett-jackson.com March, 2008, West Palm Beach, Florida LotNumber 330.2 Year 1951 Ford Victoria Coupe ExteriorColor GREEN/CREAM Interiorcolor GREEN/CREAM Cylinders V-8 Engine FLAT HEAD Transmission 3-SPEED MANUAL Complete restoration and purchased from a Pennsylvania museum. 3-speed Flathead V8. A dream to drive or ride in.
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Custom 1951 Ford Convertible

Custom 1951 Ford Convertible
Customized 1951 Ford Convertible. Blue and white. Photo by Douglas Wilkinson April 19, 2008 Canton, Georgia Event: cs00101
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1951 FORD CUSTOM

1951 FORD CUSTOM
32,500.00 USD
1951 FORD CUSTOM One of a kind, top chopped 3", 166 louvers in hood and fender skirts, Pontiac tilt wheel, Tornado bucket seats, Ford Grenada rearend, undercarriage neon lights, smoothly wheels, air brushed mural on trunk lid, air ride technology suspension, nose decked and shaved, '67 Cadillac headlights and taillights, winner of 30 awards 2005 calendar car, Lime Green with specially designed Pearl interior with Green piping as well as embroidered emblem on front bucket seats, trunk completely upholstered, tear drop spotlights, lake pipes and a custom grill, custom made, front and rear bumpers, power antenna, P/seats, remote keyless entry, tinted glass, carpeted floormats, 5,446 miles. #690. Price: $32,500. Call Sell It Now Motors/Classic Cars 763-413-5232 ANDOVER, MN
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1951 Ford Country Squire Station Wagon

1951 Ford Country Squire Station Wagon
93,500.00 USD
1951 Ford Country Squire Station Wagon Auction Sale Price: $93,500 Barrett-Jackson Car Auction, Scottsdale, AZ, January, 2010, Lot Number: 964.1 This Ford Country Squire is a spectacular example of a very rare car. The Country Squire made up less than 4% of production for 1951 and with a high rate of attrition, it is highly unlikely you will see another one coming the other way. This car is the recipient of a 3-year frame-off restoration completed in 2000. It is finished to an extremely high standard with the absolute best of materials used throughout. The wood done by Rick Mack at Woodies Enterprises in Tacoma, WA, with 2,635 hours invested in the birds eye maple and African andiroba mahogany wood panels alone. The interior was professionally refinished in top-grade leather and under the hood, the original 239cid Flathead V8 was rebuilt and sports aluminum Offenhauser heads and Fenton headers. It provides great power and a fantastic soundtrack that can only come from a classic Flathead Ford. Factory options include the passenger side taillight, front a spotlight and the original AM radio has updated internals to play FM stations. In a similar nod to driving enjoyment, the brakes were upgraded with power boosted front discs. Likewise, a 9" rear end improves reliability and offers better gearing. The car is accessorized with a sun visor and a matching maple roof rack that carries an authentic hollow wood Maui surfboard, perfectly finishing the look of this show-stopper. Included with purchase is an extensive file of information and restoration photographs as well as $108,991.89 in receipts. This is a fabulous and rare car that would be a stand-out in any significant collection.
by Douglas

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