This is arguably one of the finest 1937 Ford Coupes on the market today, this car was a family passed down vehicle and is in remarkable condition. Retaining all its original Fenders, Hood and Body this is a upgraded 100% Henry Ford 1937 Ford Coupe. At first glance one tends to believe it is an original flathead but it is NOT! and it is Not a Chevy 350 either! it is a Pure representation of what a modified 37 Ford should be. The vehicle has upgraded suspension, wiring and relays, is Fitted with a 5.0 fuel injected V8 with all the accouterments of new including Air Conditioning, Tilt wheel and a superior sound system, utilizes disc brakes with a sway bar for superior road handling and coupled to smooth shifting Automatic Transmission.
Great lengths were taken to give this subtle hotrod a virtually stock appearance but offer substantial performance and comfort. The color trimmed wheels simple set this car OFF! Its interior accentuates the overall goal of producing a correct to the era Hotrod. Glass, Trim and Rubber all New and The Paint oh boy! The Paint, well the Paint is amazing simply amazing; its depth will draw you in and its brilliant finish is breathtaking. You will not find a finer example.
No That is Not a photo of the Showroom that is a Photo of the door of the 1937 with the photo in the background.
I have driven the car on several occasions and I have to say it’s not only stunning its one of the best driving 1937 fords I’ve ever had the pleasure of being in. The creature comforts allow for long trips, highway driving and tours and best of all, Show Winning Considerations!! It’s an extremely difficult fault this car, please feel free to send an inspector or personal inspection is welcomed, Best of the Best if this is what you are looking for, Search no Further.
Call David at 619-451-2130 or 619-515-2220 visit www.PMautos.com or [email protected]
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