1940 Ford Coupe for sale. Extremely Nice and Very well Maintained.Road Ready, Turn key and Go Condition.
This 1940 Ford Coupe is Mildly Upgraded for great modern day performance and Comfort.
Classic 1940 Ford Coupe looks, Excellent Older Restoration and Ready to cruise.
Titled 1940 Ford Coupe. / Older Restoration. / Same owner over 15 years. / Beautiful Black paint. /Very comfortable and Excellent condition Light Gray cloth bucket seat interior. / Tilt Wheel. / Seat Belts. / Excellent Chrome and Bright work. / Split Front and Rear Window. / Power steering. / Power Brakes. / Power Windows. / 3 speed Automatic Transmission. / R134 Air Conditioning. / Power Antenna. / Custom Door Handles. / Key Card Ignition. / Power Hood and Trunk Release. / 400 Chevy Small Block engine. / Holly Dual Feed 4V Carburetor. / Drum Brakes. / Fiberglass running boards and a lot more.
This Beautiful 1940 Ford Coupe is for sale. You can drive her everyday and all day long as a mild Street Rod… Tweek her up to be a killer 40 Ford or keep her as a wonderful family style 1940 Ford Coupe… your choice to make.
Always very well maintained, stored inside and located in Goodrich, Michigan, 48438.
No Trades and No text messages.
Call Tim Sleeman at: 586-838-0097 for more information.
Asking: $36,000.00 obo
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