This 1935 Ford Pickup is a true street machine

You see the custom style everywhere from the flames in the paint to the suicide doors. And the V8 power, four-wheel disc brakes, upgraded frame, and race-style rear are pure power cool.

The first thing grabbing your attention is all the green flames consuming the front end. They look quite stylish against the deeper blue rear, and it all has a nice metallic radiance. And the full fire is outlined by a dark fade and neon green pinstriping to give it added definition. This is a true street machine pickup, and so it’s more about carefree driving than winning awards. And we like it when a classic was made to be driven. Of course with all the custom pieces, it also makes for a good base if you’re looking to make a show truck. It has the best details like a deleted front bumper so you can see the deeply dipping grille, and the suicide doors have shaved door handles (you pop them open from your fob.) And those Weld wheels with extra-wide rear tires really make sure you know exactly where the power meets the pavement.

The interior continues the performance attitude and also adds plenty of comfort into the mix, too. This has a tasteful tan with a uniform style on the upholstery, headliner, door panels, and carpet piping. And the diamond-pattern stitching on the door panels and seat is a nice premium touch. You’ll love slipping behind the banjo-style sports steering wheel. This has driver-oriented features, like a B&M shifter, tilt steering column, and upgraded VDO gauge package including tach.

The butterfly hood is a great classic piece, but the upgraded power within is what really impresses. This is a well-built 302 cubic-inch V8. It’s upgraded with Edelbrock four-barrel carburetor, Weiand Street Warrior intake, and feeding the dual exhaust. It even has good supposing components, like an MSD pro billet distributor, polished pulleys, and an electric fan. The undercarriage photos show suspension upgrades, like the Mustang II-style front end, a custom frame, and a four-link rear. And when you take off the bed’s tonneau cover, you can see the fuel cell, custom bracing, and shortened 9-inch rear that allows for those extra-wide Mickey Thompson tires. There’s also a three-speed automatic transmission and four-wheel disc brakes for a solid driving experience.

Price: $41,995

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Location: Concord, North Carolina, United States