Up for sale in our Tampa showroom is this beautiful 1937 Ford 3 Window Coupe! This pristine hotrod is fully documented with an incredibly detailed build-sheet of high-quality parts and accessories and is ready to be king at the next car show! Under the hood of this badboy sits a fuel injected LT1 crate motor with Delphi, GM, and Street & Performance parts and accessories bolted to it - Nothing but the BEST!! The transmission is GM-4L60 (non-electric) with a GM converter, Lokar kick-down cable, and custom cooler lines. The Minotti Fiberglass body is finished in premium PPG Secret Red, PPG K-36 primer, and cleared in PPG 2021, and this badboy shines and looks outstanding in the sun!! It also has upgraded tempered glass side & rear windows, Harmon glass windshield, and halogen headlights by Bob Drake, as well as tail lights by Moslander. Inside, the car features premium Glide Engineering front seats with GEM Street Rod Products seatbelts & harnesses. The upholstery is completely custom in Moondust leather and vinyl with Mercedes Benz grey wool carpeting. The gauge panel is a Dakota Digital unit paired with a Budnik Custom steering wheel, Rosta cruise control, and both the mirror and gas pedal are provided by "Big Al's." An Alpine stereo and speaker package provides great entertainment for cruisin' and a full-blown A/C & Heater system by Vintage Air keeps you cool during those hot summer days! The under carriage features only the best of the best as well with a TCI frame custom painted in Arctic Silver with TCI/Wilwood brakes and suspension and Aladan Eagle coil-overs. The rear end is a Ford 9" 350 POSI Powertrax with Moser axle housing - making this car powerful but extremely comfortable to drive. **Complete build-sheet available upon request** To see 100+ HD pictures and videos of this 1937 Ford 3 Window Coup, please visit GatewayClassicCars.com. For more information or to schedule an appointment to view car in person, please call the Tampa showroom at (813)645-6200 or email us directly at Tampa@GatewayClassicCars.com.
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