This 1941 Ford Coupe may just be the ultimate pre-WWII icon. After
all, it takes a historically significant car and shows it off with
a sleek style, awesome lines, and true nostalgia details. Plus, the
flathead V8 has been given the right upgrading to retain a classic
feel while still being ready to drive in modern times.
Coupes always make for the most desirable classics, and the gloss
on this car's maroon paint makes sure to highlight those
sought-after curves. It has all the best details, like the
full-length shining trim, a two-piece windshield, two-piece wheel
trim, and iconic whitewalls. It only gets better on a 1941 coupe,
because these are truly special. They were a unique new design of
the era. We'd be getting into WWII soon, but first Ford wanted to
give us a distinct three-part grille, hidden gas cap, and almost
completely eliminated running boards. It all makes for a car that
looks great to show off and always has a story to tell.
The interior retains the same classic and attractive feelings as
the exterior. The cloth seats have the right classic texture, but
you can feel the freshness simply because something 80 years-old
could never be this comfortable. The same feeling of investment is
in the headliner and door panels to make this a nice place to spend
some time. It has all the right details, like the artful Ford
deluxe steering wheel and equally attractive art deco gauges. Plus,
there are nice extras you don't get in many 1940s Fords, like the
simulated wood of the dash and a working AM radio.
Under the hood is the unmistakable appearance of Ford's famous
flathead V8. It's ready to show off with a tidy setup that includes
clean blue paint on the block, fresh hoses doing the 90-degree dive
into the motor, and the big oil bath air cleaner on top. If you
look a little closer, you can also see additions like a fresh belt
and an upgraded 12-volt system. These are the kind of features that
increase the car's usability without losing its vintage charm.
You'll appreciate the overall solid investment in the motor in the
way this one runs, and as you look at the undercarriage, the fresh
and tidy style gives you added confidence out on the road. Plus,
the column-shifted three-speed manual transmission and glasspack
style dual exhaust let you enjoy this V8 classic power to the
This Ford has been given the right pieces so that the desirability
goes well beyond its historical significance. So don't miss out on
an all-around awesome classic. Call today!!!