“Check out this charmingly simple 1951 “Shoebox” Ford which stands at that idyllic crossroads in American history, when the country had fully emerged from the Depression and World War II but had yet to descend into the overblown consumerist culture!!!!!!! Painted in a matte royal blue and tattooed by the painter himself this 51 turns heads when you hear its rumble. With three on the tree, a classic grey interior and that bench seat it’s simple but cool. When you gaze out through the split windshield and over the hood, it’s a rather big chrome strip at the center pointing the way. Made of steel it’s a bit heavy but it floats when out on the road. You just sort of adjust your pace and allow the car to transport you to a slower time.”
Body Type: Coupe
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