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Auction Alert: Bid on this 1954 Ford with flathead V-8 before it’s gone

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1954 Ford Customline

Today’s lot ending on Hemmings Auctions appears to be an enigma, as the flathead V-8 was discontinued by Ford for the 1954 model year. However, the Canadian-built Fords–like this one–kept with the old V-8 that year instead of the new Y-block. This was also the final year of the first-generation Customline trim level. The engine bay appears clean and features the correct oil-bath air cleaner, with the V-8 running strong. The three-speed manual has been modified with a Hurst shifter, but the original column shift will be included with the sale. Repainted at some point, the Ford’s coral and white scheme has no swirls or major issues, and the body has never had any modifications. Inside, the interior appears to be aftermarket and not original. Seatbelts were added and the headliner has minor fitment issues, but the full lineup of gauges with AM radio and heater are functional. This Ford from our Northern neighbors will be available to bid on until 3 p.m. eastern time.

To place a bid, read more information, and see more photos, check the auction page for this 1954 Ford Customline. To browse listings and to see results, visit the Hemmings Auctions home page.

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