This 1951 Ford Victoria Custom has only 63,500 original miles. The Sportsman Green exterior matches very well with Green and Black Interior. The interior has been reupholstered and is in great condition. The Black, cloth, power top has recently rebuilt electric motors and opens seamlessly from the control on the front dash. The resprayed paint is well applied and shows only minor chips in the door frames that have been touched up (photos included). The car has been properly converted to 12-volt battery, everything operates correctly besides original 6-volt AM radio that was kept. To raise the original 100hp on the 239ci V8 Flathead engine to an estimated 130hp the owner has added a Offenhauser manifold and dual single barrel NCI carburetors. For cosmetics the motor has Edelbrock Flathead valve covers. The 3-speed manual transmission runs well, controlled by a column shift. All original parts have been kept and are included with purchase if the future owner would rather be all original. The body has no rust, the undercarriage has only light surface rust in scattered places. The car has no heavy leaks the undercarriage just appears that due to being sprayed with an oil-based rust inhibitor by a previous owner. Fender skirts and proper exhaust tips are included as well. This car starts, idles, and drives very well.
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