1950 FORD COUNTRY SQUIRE CUSTOM WOODIE WAGON - 96109Sold* at Scottsdale 2011 - Lot #1275 1950 FORD COUNTRY SQUIRE CUSTOM WOODIE WAGONhttps://cdn.barrett-jackson.com/staging/carlist/items/Fullsize/Cars/96109/96109_Front_3-4_Web.jpg
Lot #1275 1950 FORD COUNTRY SQUIRE CUSTOM WOODIE WAGON
Lot #1275 - The ultra custom 1950 Ford Country Squire, the "WOODN8R" designed by Jimmy C. Kustoms and built by Randy Ward of Rod Benders Hot Rods was a frame-off 3-year project. The powder coated frame has a Fat Man Stage II with custom Aldan Eagle coilover shocks at the front end and custom Ford 9" built by Currie and custom mono leaf springs at the rear end. The power comes from a performance built 302 Ford small block V8 with Jimmy C. Kustom ramair and a custom C4 automatic transmission with 10" torque converter built by Art Carr. The interior offers three rows of custom seating with belts (3rd row seat removes easily) designed by Glide engineering and Custom Accessories, custom designed gauges by Classic Instruments, Pioneer BT980 stereo with CDT Pro Series speakers, power windows, headliner is original 1950's roll of curtain material from Trader Vic's, Mercedes Bamboo Brown carpet, custom one-off shift knob and matching door locks. The exterior color Hawaiian Teal from PPG paint is complemented by the beautiful Birdseye Mahogany for all of the panels. The finishing touches include one-off hood ornament, emblems, wonderful pinstripe work, custom designed and manufactured visor, wheels and tail lights from Custom Classics and Rods. Car comes with a signed rare custom painted Fender Telecaster and all the memorabilia from 1st Place Grand National Roadster Show and 1st Place Goodguys two years in a row. Also comes with a vintage hand painted 30 gallon oil can. The oil can was painted by the worlds top automotive pin striper, "Jimmy C." Jimmy C. sketched and drew the "Rat Fink" back in the early days of Hot Rod graffiti and was Big Daddy Roth's right hand. This is the only Woodie sponsored by Meguiars Car Care products and is owned by the guitarist of the Eliminators, the #1 instrumental surf band that led the resurgence of surf music.
**TITLED AS A 1950 SPECIAL CONSTRUCTION**
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