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1950 Ford Tudor Custom Is Smoothed, Chopped, And For Sale

Greg Evans has one very sweet, and completely custom 1950 Ford Tudor. The car was built up by King Kustoms in Temecula, CA. Before the car was customized, it had pulled duty as a daily driver for a man called Mark Nimmo. Nimmo had already upgraded the 1950 Ford Tudor with a 302 cubic inch V8 engine, C4 automatic transmission, and an 8-inch Ford rear end.

When the car arrived at King Kustoms for the work to start, it was said to need the normal repairs for the car’s age and type. Repairs for rust in the rockers, passenger rear quarter panel, and floor patches were needed. The car already had some work done on it with the rear floor tunneled to clear the driveshaft and a new trunk floor that was built to cover the step notch in the frame.

On the outside, the 1950 Ford Tudor received a pair of 1952 Mercury headlight bezels that were frenched and pulled in by half an inch. The parking lights were shaved, and the front valance was molded to the fenders. The taillights were replaced with a pair from a 1950 Buick and then frenched into handmade openings.

One of the biggest changes to the outside was to chop the top of the car by 5.5-inches with slanted B pillars. After all the bodywork was done, the car got a custom paint job and custom interior. After the fresh paint and interior, the car was rewired, and an Old Car Air heater and AC unit was added. If you like what Evans has done, the car is up for sale. He is asking $58,000, and the mileage is listed at 48,000 miles. The car is beautiful and looking for a new home. Another recent Ford classic that was for sale was the 1962 Ford Galaxie Mayberry PD replica.

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Source: Classic Cars

Shane is a car guy with a fondness for Mustangs and off-roading.

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