With the help of friends and family, David Moore transformed a tired old 1950 Ford Club Coupe into this stunning shoebox street rod. The car is mostly stock, but has plenty of nostalgic touches, such as curb feelers, Fulton sun visor and ribbed fender skirts.
With the help of friends and family, David Moore transformed a tired old 1950 Ford Club Coupe into this stunning shoebox street rod. The car is mostly stock, but has plenty of nostalgic touches, such as curb feelers, Fulton sun visor and ribbed fender skirts. Mike Berry The Wichita Eagle
With the help of friends and family, David Moore transformed a tired old 1950 Ford Club Coupe into this stunning shoebox street rod. The car is mostly stock, but has plenty of nostalgic touches, such as curb feelers, Fulton sun visor and ribbed fender skirts. Mike Berry The Wichita Eagle

Saving a ’50 Ford coupe

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