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Coyote-Powered 1957 Ford Custom 300 Tudor Sedan
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Replacing the entry-level Mainline and mid-range Customline, the Custom made its debut in 1957 as the new entry-level offering from Dearborn. The new cars had more sculpted bodies, a much lower stance, and introduced the signature tail fins of the era. The Custom lineup included the Fordor Sedan, Tudor Sedan, and Business Sedan with a parcel shelf in place of the back seat. Additional luxury features were offered in the up-market Custom 300 trim level including full-length exterior chrome trim as well as dual sun visors and armrests. Customs of this generation are attractive cars, beloved for their distinctive 1950s styling cues and dazzling color schemes, and remain highly sought after today to enjoy in factory specification or as the basis for a custom build.
Subject of a complete restoration under previous ownership
Powered by a Ford 5.0-liter Coyote V8 crate engine
Additional modifications include a Champion Cooling Systems aluminum radiator, adjustable fuel pressure regulator, and a chrome brake booster and master cylinder
Power rack-and-pinion steering
Ford C4 three-speed automatic transmission
Four-wheel disc brakes
Ford 9-inch Posi-Traction rear axle with a 3.50 ratio
Rides on 15-inch black-finished steel wheels with chrome center caps and mounted with Dextero DHT2 tires
Finished in red and white over a matching red and white vinyl interior
This Custom 300 Tudor Sedan is offered with the five-digit odometer currently showing just 393 miles since the completion of the build, however, the true mileage is unknown
Full-Vision wrap-around windshield
Safe-Guard wrap-around chrome front and rear bumpers
“Bull’s Eye” hood ornament
Chrome exterior trim
Gold-anodized, textured aluminum side trim
Chrome air intake and cone filter
IDIDIT tilt steering column
Four-spoke billet steering wheel
Manual roll-up windows
Steering column-mounted gear selector
Heater and defroster
This Custom 300 Tudor Sedan is presented as a well-kept example and is said to be free from all but the smallest of imperfections.
This Custom 300 Tudor Sedan is said to have spent time in Illinois before being relocated to Iowa when it was acquired by the consignor in September 2022. The consignor has traveled approximately 300 of the 393 miles shown at the time of listing.
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