1937 Ford Model 78- A Car that Screams Old School Cool with New
School Rule. Streamlining was the hot new design trend in the
1930's. Ford patterned their 1937 lineup after the success of the
1936 Lincoln Zepher and people loved it! The '37 Ford model lineup
was a home run for the Ford Motor Company. They were styled with an
Art Decco design and joined a host of products - from trains to
toasters. Its V-shaped grille slices the air like a boat bow parts
water. Headlights blend smoothly into the front fenders, a first in
the day. Rear fenders hug the body and even the taillights are
streamlined. This particular car and model redone to original specs
but with new school components and is a rare offering. You'll not
only be taken back in time, but the journey will be a lot more
enjoyable knowing you're going to make it home. This 1937 recently
underwent an extensive overhaul. Interior was redone in November
2016 using actual factory photographs. Lebaron-Bonney custom
interior fabrics were used and is authentic to the vehicle. Dash
and window garnishments have been newly wood-grained and look
fabulous. All windows are tight and properly sealed. New front
windshield (clear glass) and spare (tinted) included. Radio dial is
original, but non-working. Speaker is a battery powered blue tooth
with hidden wires into glove box. This allows for speaker to be
charged and can run music from iPhone, iPod, MP3 player or any blue
tooth device. Speaker grill is an original and correct for this
vehicle Philco with speaker fabric an exact replica. Seats are
correct but hi grade foam was used instead of cotton for a more
comfortable ride. Engine and Specs: 1995 Mustang 3.8 liter V6.
Ignition System: Wiring harness and computer are 1996 in order to
have a OBDII system diagnostic access port. (in other words Pep
Boys can work on this car) Computer: 1996-1997 is located behind
right kick panel and can be accessed via an iPhone App.
Transmission: AOD mid 1980's overhauled less than 500 miles ago.
Rear End: 1982 Ford Ranger w/new brakes. Heavy duty 1980's sway bar
prevents sway and corner roll. This car rides very well. Front
Suspension: Mustang II Front Brakes: from a 1980's GM Metric
(mid-size) Steering: Rack and Pinon from a 1980's Thunderbird
Radiator: Original with thermostat and controlled electric fan (it
works great and does not over heat) Gauges: Original and all work
fine. Speedometer is estimated to be 10 mph off (slower). Heater:
The multi-speed heater works extremely well. A/C: A model 2-55 is
available (2 windows down going 55 mph). Front windshield has a
working hand crank that pushes the entire front windshield forward
allowing for fresh air. If you need more air, the front air scoop
works as well and has new rubber and dirt/bug screen. Tires: Brand
new Corker white wall radials with an extra set of inter tubes.
Windshield Wiper: A new drivers side electric windshield wiper was
installed. Hidden behind front headliner. Works great. Please Note
The Following **Vehicle Location is at our clients home and Not In
Cadillac, Michigan. **We do have a showroom with about 25 cars that
is by appointment only **Please Call First and talk to one of our
reps at 231-468-2809 EXT 1 **
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