This classic woody wagon was custom built by Cecil Taylor with Hercules Motor Car in Tampa Florida and completed in 2003. This gorgeous Woody Wagon was once owned by the eccentric and world-renowned Decatur, Georgia based designer, Ryan Gainey. Mr. Gainey and I were friends and next-door neighbors, and he left the woody to me following his death in a tragic fire in the summer of 2016 while heroically attempting to save his beloved dogs. I spent countless hours painstakingly refurbishing the car to its current condition.This distinguished wagon features:GM Grate 350TCI ChassisVintage AirWalker radiatorTEA's design seats with matching slipcoversRegistered as 1933New marine grade carpet and other custom work by Mad Stitchers in Chamblee GA Refinished exterior hard maple wood retains some original patina.Recent straight black paintNew BatteryNew exhaust header manifold and all new flange gaskets New Motor MountsBillet Banjo Steering WheelBillet Specialties Wheels4 Barrel CarburetorMustang 9” Rear EndTurbo 350 TransmissionKill Switch on Passenger FloorNew stereo system with USB and BluetoothNew tires with less than 1000 milesBF Goodwrench Radial TA in RearMichelin FrontThe State of Georgia does not issue or recognize titles for vehicles older than 1983. Therefore, I do not have a title. I will, however, be able you to furnish you with a bill of sale and other supporting documentation that I am the owner of the car. Will consider trades for an RV, Sportsmobile or Sportsmobile-like adventure van or other awesome camper vans.
Its model originally hit the market as Fords luxury offering of the era, and this 1939 Ford Deluxe has the classic looks to fit such a lofty positioning. It benefitted from a frame off restoration years ago and, being equipped with a sturdy body, remains in very solid condition and features an inspired drivetrain configuration that harkens back to the early years of hot-rodding. Yep, this is one stylish vintage ride, with a unique profile that includes a lengthy hood area, a tapered, compact cabin and flowing front and rear fenders. Its art deco on wheels. While you might find a few blemishes on its exterior when you examine it at close range, these are superficial issues were talking about. The blue paint this 39 wears is a nice shade and can use a freshening up, but it sits over a very strong foundation below. This is a steel-bodied classic, so its been well equipped to handle the forces of time, gravity and even weather. Trace the gaps surrounding the body panels and youll see theyre nice and consistent. The look is authentically stock, with no exterior modifications from head to toe, which is a welcome sight from time to time. The collection of chrome exterior fittings - from the ornate front grille on back to the sizable deck lid latch that sits on the unique sloping deck lid - are all in solid condition as well. Tan interior has seen a refurbishment over the years while retaining its original styling and remains in good shape. The tan cloth on the bench seat shows very little wear and both the inner doors and trim panels are still looking strong. A stylishly period-correct steering wheel sits on the column and the dash area just beyond it is another strong point, with its fully functional gauges dressed in their proper parchment-colored faces and vintage fonts, and the steel surfaces surrounding them looking smooth and clean. A long, curved stem puts the manual shifter within easy reach and the one of a kind analog clock mounted on the glove box is an awesome stylistic feature. The trunk area in back borders on cavernous - even with a full size spare sitting in its upright position, theres all kinds of luggage room for weekend getaways, and this stylish cruiser is in just the solid running condition to make those excursions a reality. <BR. The flathead V8 underneath that prominent hood represents a proper homage to the formative years of hot rod performance enhancement. Whereas we often tend to think of aftermarket components as being the territory of more modern powerplants, the configuration on hand here is truly inspired. The flathead has been bored .030 over and now features a pair of dual Stromberg 97 carbs that sit on an Offenhauser intake manifold, along with aluminum pistons, a polished steel crank, a custom Isky cam and an upgraded oil pump, among other upgrades. The powerplant has had the added benefit of being lightly travelled since its build and it sounds the part - its really running great as it teams with a manual transmission for a proper hands on driving experience. A Mallory distributor has also been added to keep the sparking consistent. Drum brakes at all four corners bring this magnetic looking Ford to a stop as it cruises on a set of steel wheels with sharp looking hubcaps that wear whitewall tires to cap off its thoroughly authentic overall appearance. This 1939 Ford Deluxe represents its era with plenty of style - and with its solid running condition, the good times behind the wheel can start right away. Call today!
The quintessential fat-fendered rod, this 1947 Ford club coupe offers big car space, plenty of V8 power, and great details that make it stand out in a crowded field. There arent many hot rods that can honestly be considered daily driver capable, but this one will make you want to slide behind the wheel every chance you get, even if only to join you on your morning commute to the office. Dressed in an appealing shade of metallic lavender, this awesome Ford has a familiar look thats never going to go out of style, but with a few custom touches that give it a unique look. The most obvious parts are the painted graphics on its flanks, but on a car that looks this good right out of the box, theres not much need to go overboard. The paint was probably done in the 1990s, yet it still looks good enough to hit the road, with the usual signs of use but nothing major. The sheetmetal is original and nothing was chopped or trimmed, and all the factory trim pieces were left in place, so it looks right from any angle. That means the beautiful wide grille, the stainless side trim, and even the window surrounds, all of which add contrast to the bright paint. Theres a good amount of money spent on the brightwork and nothing looks out of place, even if youre a die-hard Ford enthusiast. The car just looks right. The attractive black cloth interior is why youll find this car so appealing as a driver, with a no-nonsense look that blends original and updated components with ease. The upholstery work is neatly done and quite tasteful overall, with a pleated look that could come from the 1940s. The original speedometer, complete with red lettering, retains that 1940s sensibility, while the auxiliary gauges are modern white-faced dials hidden in the original openings. A tilt column with a leather-wrapped wheel make it feel more contemporary, it has all the amenities such as power windows, A/C, and an AM/FM/cassette head unit neatly installed in the center of the dash. The back seat is reasonably sized for full-sized adults, so it was appropriately upholstered to match, and theres a good-sized trunk which is simply finished with rubber mats, as original. It isnt a horsepower monster, but this good-looking Ford is ready to cruise thanks to a 350 cubic inch Chevy V8. Powered by an Edelbrock carburetor and Performer RPM intake manifold, HEI ignition system, and stock exhaust manifolds, its a strong runner with a fat torque curve to get the big coupe up and running without working too hard. A chrome air cleaner and polished aluminum valve covers dress things up a bit and you could get big returns with an afternoon spent cleaning and buffing the engine bay. A big radiator keeps it cool even on hot days in traffic, and the block has been painted black to help it blend in. A TH350 3-speed automatic transmission and Ford 9-inch rear end mean its friendly around town and on the highway. Standard exhaust manifolds and a custom dual exhaust system with original-style mufflers provides an old-school soundtrack and handsome aluminum wheels add to the subtle rake with staggered BFGoodrich T/A radials. Nicely maintained and obviously built to drive, this cool old Ford is a painless way to get a cool old car without spending a fortune. Call today!
Here is a beautiful 1940 Ford Deluxe 4 door sedan. It has a great running 59AB flathead engine. This engine runs so smooth. The 3 speed on column shifts good and the clutch feels good with no chattering. It starts easy even after sitting and when weather is cold. It is still on the 6 volt system. The body is super solid and the Burgandy paint looks very good. All the chrome is nice. The piece of chrome that goes down the hood has some pitting but this piece is hard to find and not bad enough worry about. The wide whitewall tires set this car off and even has a matching spare in the trunk. The trunk area look good. The gray interior is also in stunning condition. The seats, carpet, door panels and headliner all in A-1 condition. The original gauges all appear to be working. The wipers have been converted to electric and work good. The passenger left side door glass does have a crack but it is flat glass so not expensive to replace if you so desired. The windows roll up and down good. The doors all close good. This is just a good running and driving 1940 Ford Sedan ready to be enjoyed.
Here is a great running and very solid all steel 1940 Ford Super Deluxe 4 door. This car is in great condition. It has a newer model 59AB Flathead 8 cylinder engine that purrs like a kitten. We just put replaced both water pumps with new one. It still has the original 3 speed on the column and it shifts out great. The clutch feels great. The car has been painted for a while but still shows well. The interior is in excellent shape. The seats look great as does the door panels, headliner and carpet. The dash has the original gauges and looks amazing. The trunk area looks good as does the undercarriage. No signs of rust in floors or anywhere that I have seen. It starts easy and runs so smooth. The windows roll up and down good. There are even seat belts for both front and back seats. The bumpers, grill and all the chrome looks very good. The 1940 Ford body style was and still is one of the best looking Ford ever made. Look at the pics of this beauty.
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You are looking at a 1946 Ford Deluxe Coupe, she is a V8 car with manual transmission...this is a great car to make a rat-rod or hot-rod..dont let the beginnings of your dream project get away come check it out! I feel that my price of $2,000 which I am sure YOU will feel is very fair for a car like this one with the potential that this vehicle has. I might consider a possible trade, what do you have? What are you looking for? Lets talk!!! I sure would love to make this Classic yours. What can I do to make that happen? If this Classic is the vehicle of your dreams then the best time to buy it is BEFORE someone else does. NOW is the time. The customer who may have looked at it yesterday and said I will buy it tomorrow may come back today and buy it while you are waiting to buy it tomorrow. Do not wait another minute. Give me a call right NOW so we can make this beauty yours. RIGHT NOW. You will be GLAD that you did!!! We specialize in Father and son restoration projects. We are located in the northwestern part of South Carolina 20 minutes south-east of Greenville. Drop by anytime and take a stroll through our Field of Dreams. You may just find that car of your dreams. I hope to see you soon. Give me a call on my toll-free number at 1-866-942-7716 so we can talk person to person about this car. If you happen to be out of our toll-free calling area call us on our regular number at 1-864-862-4423. We ship all over the world at your expense. We always have dozens and dozens of collector cars available for sale at all times. Visit Classic Cars of S.C. Inc. online at www.classiccarssouthcarolina.com to see more pictures of this vehicle or call us at 864-862-4423 today to schedule a look at this classic. We have shipped to just about every state in the US and 34 foreign countries. If you like you may text me at 1-864-313-2908. Visit Classic Cars of S.C. Inc. online at www.classiccarsofsc.com to see more pictures of this vehicle or call us at 864-862-4427 today to schedule your test drive.
A rare treat. This 40 Ford has the gorgeous curves and that beautiful grill leading the way that makes these cars so popular on the street rod scene. But it is also a drop top cruiser. One that you dont see too often, making it a unique and special ride. Check it out. If you are into open air cruising but prefer to drive a car that is like nothing else on the road, then this may be your ride. Its hard to beat the lines of a 40 coupe, but if you remove that roof and replace it with nothing but open air, well, you may have just done it. You will attract plenty of admirers as you roll down the boulevard in this Red convertible, and they will have a clear view of who is driving. So, when you do, get ready to smile and wave a lot. Leading the way is that vertical chrome grill spreading out from the center underlined by a simple chrome bumper. A tall flat hood tapers back and outward from the nose with headlights perched way out on the fenders. Those separate fenders are hunkered down over beautiful chrome wheels and a chrome highlight starts at the front running along the top of the doors turning down to follow the trunk line at the rear. Open the door and you will find an interior trimmed in Black with all the comforts and conveniences of a modern car. The door panel itself is vertically pleated with a smooth top. Power window switches are at your fingertips and a speaker is mounted in the lower corner. A comfortable split bench seat gets the same pleated treatment with smooth leading and top edges. A leather wrapped steering wheel has a 3-spoke wire hub and is mounted on a tilt column along with a mini tach and a shifter for the automatic transmission. Behind it is a Red dash with a chrome insert containing VDO gauges with the Speedometer in the center flanked by engine gauges on each side. A Pioneer head unit is mounted in the center with a Kenwood XM radio below the glove box for your listening pleasure and there is air conditioning to keep you cool when the sun gets too hot and the top goes up. Open the hood and you are in for a pleasant surprise. There you will find a very chromed out, and very stroked out, 383 cubic inch LT1 motor nestled down in a very polished up and detailed out engine bay. Virtually everything is chrome in here, so put your sunglasses on before you raise the hood when the sun is out. There is a free flow air filter feeding the engine and shorty headers getting the spent gasses out and back to dual mufflers. Power flows back through a 4-speed automatic transmission to a Ford 9 rear end with 3.00 gears located by trailing arms with adjustable coil over shocks. Tubular control arms and coil springs keep the front end under control with the help of a sway bar to keep it cornering flat. Power 4-wheel disc brakes can haul this car back down from speed in a hurry and the rubber meets the road through 235/60/R16s in the back and 205/65/R15s in the front mounted on those chrome Scripts rims. Beautiful 40 Ford styling, drop top fun in the sun, and a very tricked out LT1 under the hood. It doesnt get much better than this. Unless maybe it was sitting in your driveway. Come on down and check it out. You might just decide to take it home with you.
This car is a show stopper and a show winner! It has a super slick paint job that shines like its wet all the time and an interior that is modern art rendered in mixed media. It will be an object of envy for many and one of desire for others. Maybe you? Fair warning. Numerous buffing and polishing wheels were injured in the building of this car. Before that gorgeous Silver and Orange two tone paint was laid on this car, a tremendous amount of time was spent in the preparation and adjustment of the body panels. Also, please spend some time checking out the underside of this car too. The fit and finish of the chassis is almost more impressive than the body because there are so many components with so many nooks and crannies and they are all as shiny and spotless as the topside. Up front that three-piece grill of horizontal lines reaches all the way to the ground. The hood starts with a narrow nose and sweeps back, engulfing the cab of the car and flowing over the trunk with that delicious shade of Orange. Notice also that theres not a door handle, latch or emblem disturbing that flow. Chevron shaped taillights grace the rear fenders and twin chrome tailpipes peek out through the bodywork. Open the door and you will find an interior that has been hand crafted in Gray, Cream, and Chrome. The door panel has arcing shapes that mimic the lines of the car. The dash brings a little of the Orange in along the top edge and then dresses the rest of it in Silver. Classic Instruments gauges create the perfect look with the speedometer and tach in front of the driver and smaller gauges for fuel, oil, water and voltage in a line toward the right side. A Billet Specialties steering wheel is mounted on a tilt column and a Lokar shifter falls easily to hand. An Alpine FM/CD player is mounted in the center console for your listening pleasure and there is a Ford emblem proudly displayed just above it. The power bucket seats are super comfortable and finished out in ultra-leather with cream centers and gray bolsters. A custom headliner and nice carpeting tie the look together very nicely. Under that long, tapered hood you will find an LT1 crate motor that is nicely dressed out nestled down in a neat and clean engine bay with a flush firewall. A free flow air filter feeds a Holley throttle body and intake plenum with runners that look awesome getting the air to those free-flowing heads. Shorty headers get the spent gasses to a fully ceramic coated exhaust system with Flowmaster mufflers. Chrome and polished pieces include the air conditioning compressor and the alternator as well as a polished aluminum radiator to keep things running cool. Power flows back through a 4-speed automatic transmission with overdrive to the rear wheels with chrome shocks and leaf springs. Up front, coil over springs and power rack and pinion steering help the car handle nicely. The rubber meets the road through 225/75R15 tires in the rear and 195/65R15 in the front, all mounted on Billet Specialties wheels. This car is an absolutely beautiful piece of automotive workmanship and art. Come on down and check it out. You may decide to take it home with you and start showing it off. And thats cool. Its got a huge trunk to bring the chairs with you to the show, and to bring the trophies home with you on the way back.
This is one seriously stylish vintage cruiser with traditional street rod flames. The rust free, all steel body was a perfect starting point for keeping the iconic lines of the 40 Ford original while updating it with modern running gear. It is the same roomy, comfortable car it always was, but is faster, drives better, and you gotta admit, the flames are pretty awesome. Paint jobs are never easy to get right, but at least this car didnt need any repairs or panel adjustments before getting down to the surface prep. Once that Black paint was laid down and it was certain that it would catch the light and reflect it back along the graceful curves of the body, then those traditional flames were laid out on the front and painted on. The view from directly in front is awesome. It leads with Yellow paint and a line of chrome running down the center of the hood splitting the polished Art Deco grill that is flanked by chromed tear drop headlights. It is all underlined by a sharp looking chrome bumper and grill guard. The flames trail off on the hood and fenders leaving the curve of the roof heading down over the split rear window and trunk as the focus of attention at the back. A Ford V8 badge graces the trunk lid and chevron shaped taillights are underlined by another shiny chrome bumper. Open the door and you will find a neat and clean interior with some nice modern upgrades. The door panel is simple in gray with a dark gray accent across the top and dark gray carpet on the bottom. The bench seat follows the same pattern with dark gray accents and piping on light gray. A late model GM tilt steering column has a two-spoke wheel with a Ford center and a billet end on the shifter for the automatic transmission. The dash panel has a nice set of VDO gauges with a speedometer in the center with fuel, oil, water, and voltage meters to each side of it. There is a Clarion AM/FM/Cassette player for your listening pleasure and a placard on the glove box door indicates participation at the 1997 Indy 500 with the Good Guys group. The glass in the car is all new and there is plenty of room both front and rear, so traveling in this car is a pleasure. Pop the hood and you will find outline flames on the underside and a tried and true 302 cubic inch V8 nestled down inside the engine bay. A chrome air filter assembly tops the engine and feeds an Edelbrock 4-barrel carburetor and Edelbrock intake manifold. Finned aluminum Cobra valve covers look great and an MSD ignition sends the spark out through red plug wires. Signs of good routine maintenance include newer belts and hoses. Exhaust flows out through stock manifolds to a dual exhaust system with cutouts exiting under the running boards in the event you wish to make a little noise. Power is sent back through a 3-speed automatic transmission to a 9 Ford rear end. The front end is a Mustang II set up with coil springs, rack and pinion steering and disc brakes. The car sits on Coker wide white wall tires that are 225/75R15 in the rear and 205/75R15s in the front, mounted on old school steel wheels that are black and red with a polished ring and Ford center cap. A classic street rod with traditional flames. A solid, nice driving, comfortable car to cruise in. Come on down and check it out. You may decide to cruise on home with it.
1935 Ford Deluxe Phaeton Touring Car, older restoration. 85 horsepower flathead engine with standard transmission. Rear mount spare,heater, wind wings are a few of the options. The car is black with green pinstriping and matching green wire wheels with wide whitewall tires. This car has been in the same family for over 30 years. It has recieved a replacement top, side curtains, and a top boot, in the last few years. This car starts, runs,drives, and stops great. The only item that is not working is the fuel gauge. This thing is a blast to drive and a crowd favorite!!
We are pleased to present this 1951 Ford Deluxe Coupe. Restored to original about 10 years ago with an upgraded radiator, it was used primarily as a parade vehicle. The original Flathead V/8 and 3 on the tree manual transmission both operate smoothly. The black paint is in good shape but showing a little age for being 10 or so years old and the body is virtually dent and scratch free. The interior was refinished in what we believe to be the original gray and black and is in very good shape. The dash is also in very good shape with all the gauges except the clock in working order. This vehicle qualifies for an optional 90 day ASC drivetrain warranty. We can arrange shipping to your location. If you have any questions, please call or text Savannah Classic Cars at 912-235-2347.
This 1939 Ford Deluxe 5-window coupe is a sought-after classic. Not just an iconic design wrapped in modern metallic paint, it has a more modern suspension, upgraded A/C interior, and a fuel-injected V8 heart. If you were thinking about running moonshine in this one, think again. The extended trunks of these cars were a favorite of liquor-running outlaws, but in this case, the once inconspicuous styling is now long gone. Modern Dark Green Metallic paint has plenty of clearcoat to make sure it shines brightly on this super straight body. Plus, the chrome bumpers, sweeping side trim and the standout Halibrand wheels are the kind of feature that never slip away unnoticed. By 1941, Fords would carry a softer design language with a more rounded front end and less pronounced fenders. So, this aggressively sharp-nosed coupe has always been the perfect one to get the hot rod treatment. In fact, the demand is so high for these coupes that there are now fiberglass re-creations out there. That makes us happy to say this an original, steel bodied, 1939 that received a thorough restoration and all the right upgrades. Inside it feels like no expense was spared to give this businessmans coupe plenty of real modern conveniences. The single bench seat up front was upgraded to two modern leather buckets, but those who need a kind of drive-in closeness to the passenger could utilize rear bench (a rarity in business coupes.) The driver gets a highly stylized chrome and wood steering wheel with the Ford V8 logo prominently in the center. Beyond that, a full set of SW gauges have been expertly added to the dash so youll think a tach was in there from day one. Instead of a modern radio being added in to ruin the classic feel of the dash, theres a hookup in the trunk for your modern music players that will directly connect to the amplified stereo system. Even the air conditioning controls have a vintage appearance, and it runs modern R134a to blow ice cold. Under the hood, the original Ford flathead V8 was swapped out for something with substantially more power and turn key reliability. Youre looking at a fuel-injected GM Performance Ram Jet 350. This crate motor is known for offering plenty of power, and modern reliability... and thats exactly how you should view this custom coupe. Another upgrage example is the 700R4 four-speed transmission. Its stout enough to handle all the extra power, and the overdrive gear makes it an easy highway cruiser. Add in an upgrad to an independent front suspension with tubular A-arms, front disc brakes, and power steering and you have the ultimate driver. Now you can see how this is a great power package thats also easy enough to drive on the morning commute. This is a coupe that could have been a moonshiner back in the day, but survived to be a creature-comfort hot rod. Your own legend begins here, but you should act fast. We know these cars of this quality dont stay under our showroom lights long. Call now!!
The 1940 Ford Deluxe Sedan is a true pre-WWII icon. With flathead V8 power and a sleek style, they are a true treat. So as you look over all the details on this quite correct example, you soon realize how much nostalgia it packs for quite an obtainable price. There was an investment in the burgundy paint, and it suites this two-door sedan perfectly. Its a sophisticated hue for a dignified classic. Plus, the high level of gloss lets the shine roll evenly off of some of our favorite elements, like the large fenders, tall roof, and aerodynamic rear. This had some absolutely terrific bright work with the pointed grille, artful headlight surrounds, and the rounded bumpers with intricate detail work. Plus, the way the side trim runs from head to tail like an unbroken line tell you about the quality of the body. And we especially love the correct two-piece Ford Deluxe wheel covers with details like the color-matched steel wheels and whitewall tires. Inside there was an investment while retaining the original style. The exterior burgundy returns on the metal parts, and no its joined by a comfortable tan on the seats, door panels, and carpeting. We like the classic texture of the cloth seat, and you can feel the investment simply because something that was nearly 80 years-old could never be this comfortable. This is a true vintage experience with the correct Deluxe-style gauges, art deco dash, and even the clock was correctly repaired. The dual spoke steering wheel retains the groves of its lifetime, so you can feel the generations of drivers that came before you. Theres just something great about the appearance of Fords Flathead V8. The parallel radiator piping gives this motor a very powerful presentation. It has been serviced correctly - including a new water pump, electrical work, belt, solenoid, and much more in 2017 (call for all the details.) And yes, this has been converted to 12 volts and an alternator for easy driving in modern times. While we know you wont be using this Ford as a hot rod, the glasspack-style dual exhaust and column-shifted three-speed manual really let you understand the full power behind this V8. This classic 40 Ford makes every day behind the wheel feel like Sunday. So dont miss out on a great classic. Call today!
Somewhere between the ultimate sleeper and a very unique custom lies this 1939 Ford Deluxe Sedan. With a stroker V8, A/C interior, overdrive transmission, and a slick (but understated) paint, this is a carefully crafted custom classic. A pre-war Ford is the kind of car that will always grab attention, but this one does it a bit better. The fastback body is sleek without losing any of its back-seat practicality. The body has been painstakingly worked on and great modern clearcoat paint has been added so that the curvaceous steel now has an awesome reflection in the sunlight. But this dark green is understated enough that it really drives home a sleeper personality. Theres no wild flames down the side. Instead, you get a tasteful tan pinstripe that coordinates with the wheels. Items like the LED taillights, dual exhaust tips, and a hint of forward-leaning stance are the few subtle hints at the more modern upgrades within. But really you love this one because it has the bright chrome and straight body that makes it look like a terrific pre-war cruiser. Another great reason to go with the sedan for the custom build is the set of classic suicide doors. No matter if people peek into the front or rear, they will see a tastefully modified machine. The tan cloth on the button-top seats looks like it could be period-correct, but its freshness tells you this was a much more recent investment. Brown carpeting, brown seat piping, and dark brown wood come together to create an awesome package that tells you someone took their time coordinating this interior. This large sedan has plenty of legroom, and it can keep everyone happy thanks to features like the AM/FM/cassette stereo and modern R134a air conditioning. And more than just comfy, this custom build was made for driving. The grippy banjo-style steering wheel is mounted on a tilt column, and beyond that are a great set of VDO gauges. When you lift the hood, youll instantly recognize the upgrade. The Flathead motors from this era are quite nice, but when youre trying to fit maximum power in a small space, nothing beats a small block stroker V8. Topped with a four-barrel carburetor, this powerful 383 cubic-inch motor makes a throaty rumble from the glasspack-style dual exhaust. So you might not be able to hide this Fords true sleeper nature. The front end has been upgraded to a drop axle setup with thick front sway bar. Plus, there are other great driving additions like the power steering, front disc brakes, and four-speed automatic transmission w/overdrive. So youre looking at the perfect mix of vintage style with all the right power and comfort upgrades. This is a beautiful and unique custom, so it wont stay available for long. Call now!
•Frame-off restored with 536 miles •Washington Blue exterior •Black interior •Haartz cloth soft top •Modified flathead engine •3-speed manual transmission •Dual carburetors and Fenton headers •Offenhauser heads and manifold •12 volt conversion
View and Bid on this vehicle at Bid.WheelerAuctionGroup.com Without a doubt, this has to be one of the nicest Shoebox Club Coupes available today! Excellent running Flathead 8 239cid/100hp 2bbl, like new tires, smooth 3 speed manual trans, sweet rumbling exhaust through Reds headers, 12 volt conversion, and much more. Beautiful paint, clean interior, new duals, new carb, new fuel pump, starts and runs like a top. Do not let this one get away! Vehicle is located in Wisconsin, USA. Bidder/Buyer is responsible for pickup and/or shipping charges from this location to wherever they want it shipped to.
Bid on this vehicle on Bid.WheelerAuctionGroup.com Powered by a modified 286 cu in Flat-head V8 3-speed manual transmission 3.54:1 Rear axle ratio Finished in Black Interior has recently been reupholstered in two-tone gray vinyl Red painted wheels with white wall tires AM radio Turn signals added Updated radiator Temperature gauges added below dash Vehicle is located in Michigan, USA. Bidder/Buyer is responsible for pickup or shipping from this location to wherever they want it shipped to.
We are excited to offer you this gorgeous 1938 Ford Deluxe for sale at our Saint Louis Gateway Classic Cars Showroom. It has lots of modern features and upgrades and is ready for you to cruise and enjoy today. BACKGROUND: The 1938 recession hurt sales, as did Fords continuing of the 1937 cars, including most body panels. 1938 Deluxe models were differentiated with a heart-shaped grille. The engine used that year would have been a V8 with either 60 or 85 horsepower. A new dash was used, with recessed controls for safety. This restored 1938 Ford Deluxe is being powered by a 400M (also called a 351M), which is a short-skirt overhead valve pushrod V8 engine. As you can see in the video, this coupe has no deficiencies in starting, accelerating, or anything. It is a very smooth ride. Additional features include Air Conditioning, Spare Tire, Hub Caps, Power Brakes, Power Locks, a Jack, Power Seats, Power Windows, Tilt Wheel, Keyless Entry, Seat Belts, Anti-theft System, and Wide White Wall Tires. The exterior is sporting a recently completed high gloss Hot Poppy Red/Black Dupont paint job. The chrome shines like new and there isnt noticeable scratches or dents anywhere on the body. The interior also looks very clean with its ivory leather seats and a dash painted to match the exterior. Everything about this 1938 Ford Deluxe is meant to turn eyes and attract attention. We hope it attracted your attention enough to give us a call to ask for more details or arrange shipping. To view this 1938 Ford Deluxe in greater detail including HD pictures and an HD video visit www.GatewayClassicCars.com or our St. Louis showroom. For more information please call 618-271-3000 or email STL@GatewayClassicCars.com
Gateway Classic Cars of Louisville is proud to present this 1948 Ford Sedan. 1948 was the last year of the 41 body style since the war had been over for a couple years with the new body style being released the next year. The frenched lights are one of the signature features that many people love about these classic pieces of steel. This beauty has kept those classic bodylines and added some nice modern touches making this 48 a great car to drive. The black paint is slick and shows nicely with the chrome trim breaks it up a little. Under the hood is a 305 that gets the car down the road with ease. The TH350 transmission shifts nicely and is quick to down shift with a push of the throttle. The Ford 9 rear end has a great gear set of 2.75 allowing for very comfortable highway driving. Ofcourse with these old cars stance can make or brake a car and with this 48 you can it all. The air ride allows for a nice low stance when parked at those car shows and when your ready to leave simply hit the switches and your back to the correct ride height. Open the door and the first thing you notice is those procar seats. With decent side bolster and covered in black leather they not only look good but are super comfortable. With the rear seat done to match this 48 is ready for you and a couple friends to take a cruise. Options on this 1948 Fiord Sedan include; AM Radio, AC, Power Steering, Leather Interior, Cruise Control, and Aluminum Wheels with Radial Tires. This 1948 Ford Sedan is for sale in our Louisville Showroom and can be seen in greater detail including 100+ HD pictures and an HD Video at www.gatewayclassiccars.com. For additional information please call our knowledgeable staff at (812)294-1555 or email us at Louisville@GatewayClassicCars.com. If you would like to see it in person, come to our Louisville Showroom located at 13576 Blue Lick Rd., Memphis, IN 47143. http://www.gatewayclassiccars.com/LOU/1742/1948-Ford-Deluxe-Sedan
For sale in our Nashville show room is this very original 1938 Ford DeLuxe four door convertible! While the vast majority of automobiles built in the U.S. in the late 1930s had closed bodies, open cars still carried an aura of luxury and exclusivity. Even Ford, which perfected mass production, introduced a new open car that combined the best features of a closed body, a cabriolet, and a four-door sedan into one single design. Offered only in DeLuxe trim, the distinctive Convertible Sedan drew many prospective buyers into Ford showrooms. This example came from a car museum in the Southeast and left the factory with nearly every one of the 20+ factory options for the year and model. These included deluxe hubcaps, deluxe wheels, cigarette lighter, side mirrors, dash clock, bumper guards, glove box, and many more! This car came with an 85 bhp, 221 cu. in. V-8 engine with a two-barrel Stromberg carburetor, three-speed manual transmission, solid front axle with transverse leaf spring, semi-floating rear axle with transverse leaf spring , and four-wheel mechanical drum brakes. The car has been outfitted with a few newer parts to improve drivability and safety. The upgrades include a new griffin radiator to handle the rigors of modern driving, new distributor and coil, new battery, and an alternator conversion. These upgrades were done to convert the car from six to twelve volt for convince and safety. If you are looking for a great example of a survivor pre-war touring car, this is the one! For more information call the Nashville showroom at 615-213-1800 or send us an email firstname.lastname@example.org http://www.gatewayclassiccars.com/NSH/821/1938-Ford-Deluxe
Gateway Classic Cars of Milwaukee is proud to offer a 1940 Ford Deluxe Coupe Street Rod. This 40 has had the full custom treatment thrown at it. The body is steel with fiberglass fenders and is finished in a metallic Midnight blue with ghost flames on the front nose. It rides on 15 Billet Specialties wheels wrapped in radial tires. The suspension has been upgraded to improve the stance and ride. The front has a Heidts Super Ride front suspension with tubular control arms, coil over shocks, rack and pinion steering, and disc brakes. The rear features parallel leaf suspension and a 9 Ford rear end with 3.70 final drive ratio. Pop the hood and you ll find a tried and true ZZ4 Chevrolet Crate Engine with 350 Cubic Inches and 355 Horsepower. Backing the small block is a TH350 3 speed automatic transmission which uses a floor mounted shifter. The ZZ4 is kept cool thanks to an aluminum radiator, and the driver and passenger are kept cool thanks to Vintage Air AC. The engine makes a nice sound breathing through stainless steel exhaust with Magnaflow mufflers. This beauty has been assembled with care and has driven an impressive 22,395 miles since being completed. This is not a garage queen and can be driven and enjoyed without worry. You can see this 1940 Ford Deluxe Coupe in greater detail in our Milwaukee showroom or at www.GatewayClassicCars.com. Please contact 262-891-4253 or email@example.com with inquiries.
Gateway Classic Cars of Scottsdale is honored to offer this classy 1940 Ford Deluxe for sale. Our 1940 Ford Deluxe is dressed in beautiful Burgundy Metallic paint that is complimented by a sharp two-tone tan leather interior. Under the hood of this classic Ford is a 350 CID V8 powerplant with Winter manifold to help increase performance. A 3-speed automatic transmission is used to connect all that power to the rear wheels. Our 1940 Ford has original sheet metal and a factory frame. The panel and body alignment look great which shows a lot of care went into building this classic ride. The AC system in the car has been upgraded to R-134 and works, which is a big plus if you live in the southwest region. Our 1940 Ford Deluxe for sale includes: AC, seat belts, customer wheels, leather interior, performance tires, and power steering. This is a great example of a 1940 Ford and shows what happens when you put a lot of care and effort into a classic car. The car was appraised in 2016 and got exemplary marks for its sheet metal, frame, floor pans gap alignment, seating, door panels and carpeting. Don t wait long this classic ride will be gone fast. Visit www.gatewayclassiccars.com/SCT/338/1940-Ford-Dexlue-2D to see 100 plus photos and video of this 1940 Ford Deluxe for sale or for more information or to schedule an appointment to view this vehicle in person, please call the Scottsdale showroom at 623-900-4884 or email us directly at firstname.lastname@example.org
Gateway Classic Cars is pleased to offer this beautiful 1940 Ford Deluxe Coupe for sale in their Indianapolis showroom. This stunning piece of rolling art comes from an era when cars were designed with passion and built with pride. The flowing aerodynamic lines follow the style of the Lincoln Zephyr, and set the Ford apart from nearly everything else on the road in 1940. This Ford is a turn-key driver, and purrs like a kitten. Benefitting from recent upgrades such as a new carburetor, fuel pump, coil and adapter, points, rotor, inner distributor caps, and fresh spark plugs. The car has been updated with disc brakes in the front, and rebuilt drums in the rear. The interior has been restored using period correct materials and has a modern audio system integrated and stored in the glove box. A smooth running 221 CID V8 and 3-on-the-tree manual transmission both work as they should and add to the overall enjoyment of driving this beautiful Ford. Gleaming black paint, wide whitewall tires, and miles of shining chrome make this Ford stand out wherever it goes. Be sure to visit our webpage at www.gatewayclassiccars.com to view 100+ HD pictures, as well as a short video of the Ford in action. Better yet, stop by our Indianapolis showroom and see her in person. We re located at 4400 West 96th Street, Indianapolis, In. 46268. Call us directly at 317-688-1100, and we ll be happy to share additional information, or schedule an appointment for you to experience this amazing car. https://www.gatewayclassiccars.com/NDY/1206/1940-Ford-Deluxe