The only box this doesn't tick (besides the "has seatbelts" box) is sporty / nimble. But you could tow a puny Miata with this thing no problem. Better yet, build a custom roof rack with some ramps and just stack it on top.
The 1959 Ford (like yesterday's corporate cousin '59 Edsel Citation) isn't going to be at the top of anyone's classic car list, but they sold well when new and have all the right design cues for a big American cruiser - wraparound windshield, column shift (wait, this thing has both a column and floor shifter...mind = blown), tail fins, and big jet-age afterburner taillights. Part of me thinks this is a shame if the build was, as the seller implies, based on a 33k-mile survivor car under which a Bronco II frame was stuffed along with a "mid '80s 351 2bbl motor."
But another part of me says "shut up, this is awesome." A healthy 351 V8 ought to provide a good amount of scoot, and personally I'd look into some induction and exhaust upgrades. 300hp should be no problem. And maybe some less gaudy wheels. Should I put my Land Cruiser up for sale yet...?