This 1935 Ford Woody is powered by a flathead V8 and has a manual
transmission. The Woody is in fantastic condition thanks to careful
ownership. Garage kept and stored on jacks when not in use. It's
such a treat to drive, it was a lot easier and smoother to drive
than I thought it would be. Easy start-up, easy shifting, and tight
driving. This Woody has lived in Sun Valley for a long time but it
still wears the vintage Connecticut plates. The signage on the
doors does have important history to this Ford and our Country.
"Cross Trees" was the name of the residence and property of a
college roommate of the current Woody's owner. His relative, Oliver
Wolcott was a signer of our Declaration of Independence. This Woody
is fantastic and will be a welcome addition to any collection or
car show. Be sure to watch the walk-around and test drive video and
then call Shep at 208.721.1973 with your interest.