This 1937 Ford Woody Wagon is so ready to be a surf wagon that it
even has boards already on the roof rack! But even if you don't
catch any waves, the real wood body and stroker V8 motor will make
you the king of the cruise-in.
The reason why you instantly gravitate towards this surf wagon is
because it looks like a classic woody with plenty of hot rod street
machine added into the mix. That's how you get matte black paint in
the front, and plenty of real oak lumber over the passenger cab.
The frame is channeled, and the custom front end that tapers to
really show off the iconic '37 Ford grille. Even the low windows
give the look of a classic Ford with a few inches chopped out of
the roofline. So while this is like nothing you've ever seen
before, it also has the consistent look that you can easily
understand. That's the hallmark of a thoughtful build.
Open the cool suicide doors to more lumber and sporty style. This
has nice features like front bucket seats, a cup holder console, a
rear bench, and some real practical storage where you can easily
get cargo in through the split tailgate. The driving position
really strikes the right balance between classic woody and hot rod
with a B&M floor shifter, wood-rimmed steering wheel, and a
dash dominated by Classic Instruments gauges.
The hood has a cool forward tilt that hinges at the base of the
grille. So you know just opening it is going to attract plenty of
people over at the car shows. When they look inside, they'll see a
383 cubic-inch stroker V8 nestled back in the engine bay. It gives
this one a cool T-bucket like style with the motor behind the front
axle, and that's also great for weight balance, too. Plus, this
powerful V8 inhales deeply with an Edelbrock four-barrel
carburetor, and it exhales with a healthy tune from the header-fed
side exhaust. The TH400 three-speed automatic transmission is both
stout and smooth. Plus, you have a well-done independent front end,
power steering, power brakes, and front discs.
A distinct and speedy custom woody is a very cool ride. So you know
this will be leaving us quickly. Call today!!!
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