This 1939 Ford is a high-quality all-steel rod with a cool color combination and tons of attention to detail. Built several years ago, it shows very little wear and is fully sorted and ready to cruise and offers a unique take on a favorite car. Red and white might not be your first choice when you are building a rod, but after you see this awesome ''39 Ford, you may change your mind. Standing out is part of hot-rodding''s core, and this one does it with sophistication and clean design rather than radical body modifications. Of course, almost all of the trim has been preserved and nothing has been shaved or altered, preserving the basic goodness of the Ford coupe. Front and rear bumpers were restored, the knife-edged grille remains, as well as the classic teardrop headlights and often-copied taillights. The paint is beautifully applied over a laser-straight body, and it almost looks as if Ford designers created this car just to wear two-tone paint like this. Simple pinstripes emphasize the body''s handsome contours without being overpowering or clichÃ©. Build quality is pretty impressive, and while we don''t know who did the work, it''s obvious that they took their time to get it right. Light gray cloth upholstery is a soft contrast to the bright paint, a classic color combination that will surely stand out at the next cruise night. With a ''90s feel to the seats, it''s a well-executed job that leaves plenty of room inside for stretching out on a long cruise. The seats themselves show minimal wear, and as a business coupe, there is no back seat, just a nicely upholstered area that offers tons of space for your gear. Matching carpets and artfully crafted door panels continue the theme and incorporate billet touches like the door handles and arm rests. The VDO gauges have been stashed in a color-matched panel, the HVAC controls have been hidden out of sight for a very clean look. A tilt column with a leather-wrapped billet wheel looks right at home, and the trick shifter gives it a sporting attitude. A newer AM/FM/CD stereo head unit pipes sound to a variety of speakers stashed throughout the interior and the massive trunk is fully upholstered with a neat battery box tucked in the back. The engine bay is just as slick, featuring a well-dressed 350 cubic inch Chevrolet fitted up with tons of aluminum and polished stainless. Keeping to the theme, the air cleaner, valve covers, and even the master cylinder lid are all Edelbrock pieces with matching red plug wires firing the mixture. Edelbrock also supplied the intake manifold, which is topped by a 4-barrel carburetor, and a set of custom headers dump into a beautifully finished Flowmaster exhaust system. The chassis is detailed in silver, which highlights the mechanicals and it''s kind of nice to see a factory-style I-beam suspension up front. In back, there''s a GM 10-bolt and a TH350 3-speed automatic transmission in the middle. You can see the attention to detail in how the brake and fuel lines are routed under the car, and with just 3306 miles on the build, everything is still in very good shape. Staggered Rally billet wheels wear 195/70/15 front and 225/70/15 rear BFGoodrich T/A radials. This Ford lets the details do the talking, and with a classic color combination, it''ll never go out of style. Call today! This vehicle is located in our Atlanta showroom. For more information, please call (678) 279-1609 or toll free (877) 367-1835.