1933 Ford Deluxe
1933 Ford Deluxe
$67,500
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1933 Ford Deluxe

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The flathead V8 Ford was introduced in 1932 and the rest is history. It instantly became one of the most popular cars in the world, not only because of its low price, but because of its amazing style and very powerful 85 horsepower engine that could outrun any car on the road at the time, even some of the most expensive. Each year from 1932 on the Ford was given a facelift, but the 1933 and 1934 models are the preferred design and the most sought after for many V8 collectors around the world. 1933 saw the introduction of skirted fenders, a redesigned sleek scalloped hood and a beautifully redesigned grille that scooped down on the bottom, reminiscent of a "shovelnose" Packard 900. The usual roadsters and 3 and 5 window coupes are the body styles that come to mind when thinking of these cars, but many forget that Ford offered a "woodie" station wagon that is probably the coolest of them all and are so seldom seen today because of their low production number and low survival.

Offering a station wagon was actually another one of Henry Ford's innovative ideas. He saw the demand for the aftermarket bodies made for Ford chassis and others made by companies such as Cantrell, York-Hoover and others on his Model T's. So he decided to later produce his own. Ford knew he was able to offer a wood bodied car on a large scale while competitors could not because Ford strategically opened his Iron Mountain sawmills in the Menominee River Valley under the Michigan Land, Lumber, and Iron Company, the facilities turned out just raw lumber, but later the production of components that were shipped to Briggs and Murray in Detroit. FInally in 1936 Ford opened his own wood body plant to completely assemble his own bodies. HE was able to use the water canals and rivers to transport the wood with ease to his plants during a time when transporting by land was extremely impractical. The 1933 station wagons were made of wood produced by Ford, but assembled at Murray or Briggs. Today they are very sought after, especially if they retain their original wood bodies as in 1933 only 1,654 Deluxe V8 station Wagons were built making them one of the most rare V8 Fords.

Offered here is a wonderfully restored example of a perfect original 1933 Ford Deluxe V8 station wagon that retains its outstanding original wood body that has been restored to beautiful like new condition with all of the proper details as it would have left the factory in 1933. It's wonderful to see one of these that hasn't had its wood replaced, it has that perfect aged look while being perfectly restored that you just couldn't replicate if the original wood had been replaced. The fenders and hood are also restored to perfect condition and finished in black with brown hood and cowl. The original early flathead engine was just treated to a complete overhaul and the body, fenders and chassis underneath are really beautifully restored. Overall this is a fantastic example of a very rare 1933 Deluxe V8 station wagon that can be shown or driven and enjoyed. Complete with full set of restored tan canvas side curtains for all weather driving. Contact us today for more information. Asking: $70,000

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Vehicle Specifications

  • VIN
    N/A
  • Classic Car ID
    101983747
  • Stock Number
    N/A
  • Category
    Antiques
  • Body Style
    Wagon
  • New/Used
    Used
  • Mileage
    N/A
  • Engine
    8 Cylinder
  • Doors
    4
  • Drivetrain
    2 wheel drive - rear
  • Transmission
    Manual
  • Exterior Color
    Custom
  • Custom Color
    Brown with Wood Accents
  • Interior Color
    Brown

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