Motorcar Studio is pleased to offer this 1948 Ford Super Deluxe
Station Wagon. This Woody is in excellent restored condition both
cosmetically and mechanically and is ready for touring or shows.
The steel body parts are finished in Tuscon Tan and the rest is,
well, wood. Clearly garage kept with excellent finish quality on
both the wood and steel surfaces; glass, trim and rubber bits are
likewise in good shape. No evidence of UV or water damage, and no
known rust or rot. Period-correct Coker Classic whitewall bias ply
tires on factory steel wheels with hubcaps. You can't pass anybody
without getting waves and smiles in this thing.
Interior presents beautifully with excellent interior wood, faux
wood painted dash (with restored gauges), headliner with gorgeous
exposed ribs, nice steering wheel, and as-new seat upholstery, door
and window hardware, and rubber floor covering. Doors sturdy with
good fitment. The picnic accessories shown in the photo are
included with the sale.
Under the hood is Ford's venerable flathead V8 fed by a
single-barrel carburetor and mated to a three-speed column-shift
manual (with an electric overdrive in the rear end). This Woody
starts easily and runs and drives well (and seats seven adults).
Iconic and collectible, the 1948 station wagon was Ford's last
wooden bodied car and the last made during Henry Ford's lifetime.
For more information about this 1948 Ford Super Deluxe Woodie
Station Wagon for sale at Motorcar Studio in Atlanta, please call
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