1940 Ford Deluxe 5 window Coupe, this old girl is all Henry Ford Steel no fiberglass fenders or hood. This classic is period correct with the exception of the air cleaner and radiator both of which can be changed back easily. Car has had a complete mechanical, electrical and interior overhaul, if it wasn't right it was rebuilt or replaced. All work was either done or supervised by AACA ( Antique Auto Club of America ) judge who judged that class for over 15 years. Since this classic has been in the same family for almost forty years it has been garage kept and never driven in rain or bad weather, although wipers do work in fact everthing works but the radio, probably bad tube.
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