1952 Ford Customline For Sale

Classic Car Facts

1952 Ford CustomlineBeautiful Glenmist Green and White two tone ... Stunning chrome ... Beautiful interior ... Flathead V-8 ... Fordomatic automatic transmission ... Runs and drives beautifully ...

Looking for a great cruiser with classic styling and the power of Ford’s legendary flathead V-8?  This beautiful 1952 Ford Customline sedan will get you to cruise-ins and car shows in style.

Finished in two-tone Glenmist Green and White, this car’s finish has a nice luster.  Its subtle and pleasing color combination is further enhanced by an abundance of chrome that was recently rechromed and shines like new.  The 1955 Oldsmobile tail lamps and bull nose give the car added distinction.  The exterior contrasts nicely with its Brown and Tan vinyl interior.  The original steering wheel, dashboard, headliner, and door panels are in excellent condition, and the interior shows only minimal wear.

Powered by its original 239 CID flathead V-8 mated to a Fordomatic automatic transmission, this car’s engine was professionally rebuilt two years ago.  Driven only sparingly for pleasure drives in the past two years, it has been driven less than 2,000 miles since being rebuilt.  Its original Oil Bath air filter has been replaced with a paper element and a conventional oil filter has been fitted to improve oil flow.  It also benefits from new tires and headers with glass packs.  This car runs and drives as beautifully as it looks.

With the exception of the clock, everything works as it should.  One other item of note is that the car’s older finish has some minor imperfections, but these do not detract from the overall appearance of the car.  There is also some minor pitting of the interior door handles.  Included with sale are the original tail lamps, hood ornament, and hub caps and beauty rings, which will enable the car to be put back to stock if you so choose.

Previously owned by an older couple in North Dakota, this beautiful car has been owned and enjoyed by the most recent owner for the past six years.  Always well maintained and properly stored indoors, this get-in-and go cruiser is ready for the next owner to enjoy.

If a turn-key 1950s cruiser at a reasonable price is what you desire,