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1954 Ford Mainline Business Coupe

Discussion in 'Cars For Sale' started by EchoOfGecko, Sep 11, 2018.

  1. EchoOfGecko
    Joined: Aug 4, 2010
    Posts: 254


    City: Hillsboro (Portland)

    State: Oregon
    Price: 11,900 OBO
    For sale: 1954 Ford Mainline Business Coupe Kustom/Hot Rod. Finished in satin blue with a metal flake roof and custom pin striping inside and out. Asking $11,900 OBO. The business coupes are pretty rare and hard to find, would be great as it sits as a mild Kustom, but would also make a fantastic Gasser as well. 1954 was the first year with the modern ball joint suspension, and last year of this 52-54 shoebox body style.

    I just don't have space for it anymore, and would like to move on to a new project and put some money towards a motorcycle and a new car.

    YouTube Video -


    - Rebuilt Ford 302 (Small Block) - <1000 miles on engine since rebuild
    - "RV" cam
    - Edelbrock Performer RPM intake manifold
    - Edelbrock 500cfm carb
    - Tuff Stuff alternator and water pump
    - New Saginaw style power steering pump
    - All new fuel system front to back, including new tank, lines, mechanical pump, and also an inline electric priming pump.
    - New aluminum radiator with Flexalite electric fan
    - All new hoses, belts, etc
    - T-5 five speeds transmisson
    - Hedman shorty headers (new)
    - Smithy 2" x 30" glasspack mufflers (new)


    - All new springs and shocks front and back
    - New 4" lowering blocks in the rear
    - Brand new Coker Wide Whitewall radial tires
    - Borgeson power steering conversion


    - GM style tilt steering column
    - Mooneyes steering wheel
    - Custom painted dash with custom pinstriping
    - New headliner
    - New carpet
    - Original Business Coupe rear sales case bench
    - All new wiring harness (12v)


    - DuPont Satin blue paint with metal flake/lace roof and custom pinstriping
    - Rear wheel well skirts included but not currently installed
    - Original chrome shows pitting and some rust, but is all there and pretty straight
    - Stainless trim is all there as well and in good shape
    - Faux spotlights
    - Lake pipes (decorative)
    - Floor pans were repaired by previous owner using rivets and seam sealer, so not ideal but solid.
    - Some bondo in the rear quarter, and I would call the paint a 20 footer (overall pretty good, but there are some some blemishes, chips, scratches, etc). Shows really well though.

    Lots more I'm sure I'm missing. Send me a PM if you have any questions or want to come take a look!

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    Last edited: Sep 18, 2018
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