1950 Ford Convertible, Sheridan Blue (same as 1949 Colony Blue) with correct Black and Red Interior, and Black Top with Maroon piping. Fully carpeted front, back and trunk; black carpet with red piping. The car was built at the Kansas City Ford Plant. It was restored in the mid 1990’s in Oklahoma. I have owned the car about 20 years. It is in fine driving or parade condition. It can be shown, but is not concours; however, it has taken several trophies. The car completed the Great Race coast to coast in 2004 and trophied. It ran again in 2005. All colors and trim are factory correct (except the carpeting which would have been a rubber mat in the front seat and the trunk and would not have had red piping). The 239 cu. in. 110 HP Ford Engine has been replaced with a 255 cu. in.125 HP 1952 Mercury flathead V-8 that is now about 275 cu. in. The engine has covered about 1,000 miles. It has dual header exhausts, dual Stromberg 94 carbs mounted on an Offenhauser aluminum manifold with Offenhauser aluminum heads with about a 9.0 to 1 compression ratio (about 130 psi compression vs. 110 standard). Estimated Horsepower is now 200. The transmission is a 3 speed column shift (no overdrive). Electrical is upgraded to 12 volt with electric windshield wipers and a 12 volt modern AM/FM radio mounted in a period radio case that looks original. The power top was converted to a 60’s Ford 12v. system with the pump under the rear seat. Works great. There is a tach installed under the dash. The car comes with a tool kit and bumper jack as delivered from the factory.
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Location: Carmel, California, United States