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$35,500
1940 Ford Standard

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Here is a very nice freshly built 1940 Ford Standard 2 door sedan. This car was built right. It has a 1968 model 350 engine that runs great. The black valve covers and black breather make the engine compartment look neat and clean which it is. I have not seen leaks of any kind. The 350 turbo transmission shifts out good. The body on this car is very straight and the Black paint is slick and has a mirror like finish. All the chrome is either new or has been polished or been re chromed. The interior is very nice as well. It has leather bucket seats in front with the drivers seat being power. The interior is gray. The door panels and headliner as well as the car are all new. It has tilt steering, all new gauges and a nice Pioneer stereo/CD player. It has new electric wipers as well as all new glass, rubber and felt. The front end is a Mustang II with power Rack & Pinion steering and power disc brakes. The rear is a 10 bolt. The gas tank is new as are the dual exhaust. The wide whitewall Coker tires really set this car off. It is a beautiful car that runs and drives good.... Read more

Bremen, GA 30110 (46 miles away)

$47,995
1940 Ford Standard

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Street rods are so much fun. You get to pick a car that is the right size and the style you like, then build it with modern running gear so you have the air conditioning and stereo you like with the handling and reliability of a modern car. If a 1940 Ford is just your style, then check this one out. You dont need to build it. Just come on down and drive it home. 1940 Fords are popular vehicles to street rod for many reasons. For one, their sweeping curves and separate fenders look great when they are dropped down close to the ground, coated in shiny Red paint so the lights dance across them as it drives down the street, and set on a sweet set of shiny chrome wheels. Speaking of chrome, its hard to beat the look from the front of the car with the bold band of it running down the center of the hood with a V8 badge right where it joins the stylized grill of vertical bars. It is underlined by a simple chrome bumper and the teardrop headlights perched way out on the front fenders are trimmed in it too. Viewed from the side, a strip of chrome runs end to end, flowing with the curve of the hood up front and turning down to follow the smooth line of the trunk at the rear. Open the door and you will find a great looking custom interior. The door panel sets the theme in two-tone Gray and curved panels that play off the curves of the body. The two-tone seats are super comfortable with a fold down armrest and a silhouette of the car is embroidered into the headrest. A leather wrapped four-spoke Lacarra steering wheel with a polished center sits on a billet, tilting steering column and a Lokar shifter topped with an 8-ball rises from the floor in the center. More polished billet surrounds the Classic Instruments white faced gauges with the speedo and tach directly in front of the driver and engine gauges are off to the right along with some control knobs. Hidden in the glove box is a Sony head unit that is FM/CD/XM and MP3 compatible for your listening pleasure as well as controls for the air conditioning system and a trunk release. Pop the hood and you will find a 350-cubic inch crate motor nestled down in a neat and clean engine bay. A ribbed black air topper sits on a 4-barrel carburetor and Edelbrock Performer RPM intake manifold. Ribbed black valve covers look good with a Chevy bowtie embossed on them. A Mallory distributor works with MSD ignition parts to get good reliable spark to the cylinders and the exhaust flows out through dual cherry bomb mufflers that give the car a nice healthy sound. Power flows back through a 700R4 4 speed automatic transmission to the rear wheels mounted on multi-leaf springs. Up front control arms and coil springs work together with power rack and pinion steering and a beefy sway bar to give this car great handling while front disc brakes assure good stopping power. The rubber meets the road through 225/70R15s in the back and 195/60R15s in the front all mounted on those great looking American Racing alloys. Classic 1940s good looks with modern running gear and a comfortable custom interior. Come on down and check it out. Then drive it on home and start enjoying it. Maybe even in time to go Christmas visiting in it.... Read more

LaVergne, TN 37086 (195 miles away)

$33,595
1940 Ford Standard

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Gateway Classic Cars of Las Vegas is proud to present this killer 1940 Ford 2-Door sedan for sale in our Las Vegas Showroom. Powered by the legendary 350 C.I.D. small block Chevrolet v8 engine mated to a Turbo 350 automatic transmission. This awesome driving machine has only covered 8,339 miles since the build was completed. The exterior of the vehicle is done in a gorgeous, vibrant red that will pops in the light. The cabin is a lovely place to sit and features excellently finished cloth seats and is comfy to sit in and cruise down the road. This one is easy to maneuver around tight parking lots and heavy traffic, thanks to its modern power brakes and power steering. A high flat-topped hood dominated the front look of the 1940 model, as the grille spread out to reach the fenders to differentiate the Deluxe line and the headlights were pushed wider still. The standard Ford inherited the grille of the 1939 model with blackout on each side of a heavy chrome center; heavier headlight surrounds serve as another major differentiator from the 1939. 1940 was the last year of the 1937 design. Sealed-beam headlights were one of the few major advances for 1940, while a hydraulic top was new on the convertible. The 1937-1940 generation of Fords is one of the most popular automobiles for hot rodding. Early stock car racing drivers also used Fords of this generation among other cars. This Ford also formed the basis for a style of dirt track racing car. Don t miss your chance to get behind the wheel of this one. This 1940 Ford 2-Door Sedan is for sale in our Las Vegas Showroom and can be seen great detail including 100+ HD pictures and an HD video at www.GatewayClassicCars.com. For additional information please call our knowledgeable staff at (702) 830-9215 or email us at LasVegas@GatewayClassicCars.com. If you would like to see it in person, come to our Las Vegas Showroom, located at 6580 S Lindell Road Suite 300, Las Vegas, NV 89118.... Read more

O Fallon, IL 62269 (450 miles away)

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To Be OFFERED AT AUCTION at RM Sothebys Arizona event, 17 - 18 January 2019. Estimate:$250,000 - $300,000 Formerly of the Nick Alexander CollectionRare Marmon-Herrington all-wheel-drive woodieMultiple award-winner, including 1st in Class at Pebble Beach, 2003The Jeep brand boasts its long history of producing all-wheel-drive sport utility vehicles. What most everyone has forgotten is that Ford offered a V-8-powered 4 4 wagon more than a decade earlier than the trend-setting 1949 Jeep, produced in conjunction with Marmon-Herrington. Marmon-Herrington Incorporated was formed in Indianapolis, Indiana, in 1931 by Walter C. Marmon and Colonel Arthur W. Herrington. The two took over the old Indianapolis Duesenberg assembly plant after it shut down and began building 4 4 and 6 6 trucks for the Army. Their first civilian vehicles were converted Ford 1 -ton chassis, in 1935. The first light-duty vehicles came in 1937, and by 1939 there were some 56 different models of Marmon-Herrington Ford conversions. They were offered not only as pickups and station wagons, but also in chassis, stake truck, panel truck, coupe sedan, and sedan delivery form, with 85 hp V-8 engines. At $1,805, ordering a Marmon-Herrington conversion more than doubled the price of a standard station wagon, with wider tires adding another $175 to $230 to that figure. This enormous cost difference limited all-wheel-drive production, and helps to explain why the Marmon-Herrington Fords are some of the rarest woodies in existence.When a customer ordered this premium all-wheel-drive conversion, complete Fords were delivered to Marmon-Herrington s Indianapolis plant where the factory body and powertrain were removed. A four-speed truck transmission was installed with an 11-in. clutch, and a heavy-duty transfer case was mounted behind it. This was a single-ratio unit, but from 1939 allowed on-demand engagement of the front axle. The original body was mounted on the new chassis, and the finished Marmon-Herrington wagon was delivered by the Ford dealer to the customer. No production records are known to survive for Marmon-Herrington Fords. Since they were essentially hand-built, assembly rate was necessarily slow and the output small, even when demand surged during World War II. Marmon-Herrington aficionados report that only a dozen or so total examples of all body styles of each year are known to exist.A 1st in Class winner at Pebble Beach, this Marmon-Herrington Ford still stuns. The body contours show no faults, and the wood finish exhibits only the slightest discoloration at joints and bolts that one would expect to find with original wood. The Cloud Mist Gray paint has a deep gloss and the varnish is fresh and fine. Some of the glass shows minor separation at the edges. The running board rubber is new. Although the 1940 model Standard Fords were designed with limited brightwork, the scant amount found on this example is in excellent condition. The seats are correctly upholstered in new seamed brown imitation leather. Lap belts for two are installed in front. New black rubber mats line the floor, and the brown dashboard is excellently restored, as are the instruments and Standard steering wheel. The engine is nicely and correctly detailed in Ford green, without being overdone. A heavy-duty oil-bath air cleaner is fitted to the standard carburetor. The chassis and underbody are painted gloss black, and are clean. Blackwall 8.00-15 tires are fitted all around. The matching tailgate-mounted spare is exposed, since it is too large for Ford s metal covers. The body number dates from October 1939, with the Marmon-Herrington conversion taking place sometime thereafter.The car was owned by Charles Clark of Framingham, Massachusetts, during the 1950s, purchased in 1954 from Butler Motor Corporation, the local Ford dealer. Renowned woodie collector Nick Alexander acquired it from Francis Carter of Cape Neddick, Maine, in July 2000, and commenced the prize-winning restoration. It was judged at 972 points by the Early Ford V-8 Club in 2001, winning a Dearborn Award at Pismo Beach, California. In 2003 it was entered in the Woodie Class at Pebble Beach, handily winning against substantial competition, some of which included other woodies from the Alexander collection. The current owner acquired the stunning Standard Station wagon at the sale of the collection in 2009, and has meticulously maintained it ever since.Marmon-Herrington Fords are some of the most desirable woodies due to their engineering, significance, rarity, and impressive visual stance. To find a Dearborn and Pebble Beach class-winning example that presents in show-ready condition is an opportunity not oft repeated.To view this car and others currently consigned to this auction, please visit the RM website at rmsothebys.com/en/auctions/az19.... Read more

Auburn, IN 46706 (519 miles away)

$16,495
1940 Ford Standard

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1940 Ford Standard Fordor sedan. Original flat head V8, nice clean interior, paint looks great for the age. 3 speed. Newly rebuilt carb. Car is a blast to drive and is very solid for 75 years old. Could be great muscle car, hot rod, street rod or leave as it is. The only thing missing that I know of is the wiper motor. -Vehicle is on consignment and at our clients home -Please Call First and talk to a rep at 231-468-2809 EXT 1 -Showroom is by appointment only Please Call -If you would like a FREE Listing please visit our consignment page or Call... Read more

Cadillac, MI 49601 (721 miles away)
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$18,900
1940 Ford Standard

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1940 Ford Standard. 2 door sedan in original condition. Needs a little TLC but not much! Premium Wheels. Premium Tires.. Located in Prairieville LA.. Financing Nationwide Shipping And Warranties Available To Qualified Buyers This vehicle is located in: Prairieville, LA Stock Number: C197689L... Read more

Woodland Hills, CA 91364 (1,952 miles away)

$55,000
1940 Ford Standard

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1940 Ford Standard. Details. Standard opra coupe All steel body Note body Removed frame and reinforced Custom three stage paint job Sherman williams planet earth colors Copper penny Manual transmission V8 engine 6000 miles. Located in Garden City MI. Financing Nationwide Shipping And Warranties Available To Qualified Buyers This vehicle is located in: Garden City, MI Stock Number: C184108L... Read more

Woodland Hills, CA 91364 (1,952 miles away)

$52,555
1940 Ford Standard

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14,614

1940 Ford Standard. All Steel Body Green Metallic Mustang Ii Front End Power Disc Brakes Front 11 Inch Drums In Rear Ac Runs Cold Aux Vac Tank For Vacuum Chevy 350 330 Hp Crate Engine Chevy 700 R4 Tran 9 Inch Ford Rear Curry 373 Posi Leaf Springs In Rear Ps Engineering Wheels Looks Like Halibrand Vdo Gauges Tilt Wheel Ididit Steering Column Glide Engineering Front Seat With Armrest Roof Console Am Fm Cassette Radio Battery In Trunk. Located in Hollister CA.. Financing Nationwide Shipping and Warranties available to qualified buyers. This vehicle is located in: Hollister, CA Stock Number: C167393L2... Read more

Woodland Hills, CA 91364 (1,952 miles away)
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$27,000
1940 Ford Standard

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1940 FORD 2 DOOR SEDAN STREET ROD* SHAVED BODY* LOWERED* FATMAN FRONT END * CAMARO 3:10 REAR* 350" HO CHEVY CREATE MOTOR  {LESS THAN 2000 MILES}* HEADERS* 4 BARREL* GRIFFIN RAD* ELEC FAN* CHROMED OUT*  700R AUTO TRANS* POWER DOOR OPENERS* POWER WINDOWS* POWER STEERING* CRUISE CONTROL* VINTAGE AIR ... Read more

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englewood, FL 34223 (491 miles away)

$49,000
1940 Ford Standard

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1940 FORD STANDARD OPRA COUPE All Steel Body- Note: Body Removed, Frame Reinforced. Custom Three Stage Paint Job- Sherman Williams Planet Earth Colors, Copper Penny In Sun Colors are: Copper, Jade Green, Gold, and Candy Apple At Dusk Color is: Beer Bottle Brown Custom Fender Skirts (Fit Inside Fender Well) Custom Out-side Front Sun Visor Custom Rear Bumper Stone Guard Custom Flush Gas Door All Drip Rails Intact All Stock Chrome, Stainless Trim and Emblems-Except Leaded Trunk Lid Running Boards with Rubber Over lay Electric Rear Trunk Release Left and Right Rear View Mirrors Power Brakes Mustang II Front Suspension (Disc Brakes) Parallel Rear Leaf Springs SS Gas Tank Dash Board and Window Frame are Powder Coated Custom Interior (Cream Color Two-Toned) with Matching Finished Trunk Area One Piece Bent Windshield 1982 Buick Steering Column Ford Mustang Recaro Bucket Seats Left and Right Fold Down Seats Custom Stereo System-100 amp Stuart Warner Instruments Enos Wiring Electronic Dist. (High Output) Power Windows 350 CDI Pontiac 1973 .060 Over Head # 9799496 9.25-1 69-72CC Ram Air II Valve Springs 650 Holly Four Barrel Carburetor GM 200R4 Over Drive Automatic Transmission GM 12 Bolt Rear End (305 Ratio) New Tires (195R15 Front, 215R15 Rear Corker) W/ 1956 Olds Fiesta Spinners (Front Caps) Air Conditioning (Vintage) Modern Serpentine Drive Pulley System Walker Radiator W/ Puller Electric Fan Custom Dual Exhaust ... Read more

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Taylor, MI 48180 (580 miles away)
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