This 1941 Ford Deluxe woodie station wagon resided at the Tupelo Automobile Museum in Tupelo, Mississippi, until the museum closed in 2019. It was acquired by the selling dealer in 2020 and is finished in burgundy with maple wood doors and rear body panels along with a black vinyl roof. Power is provided by a 221ci flathead V8 paired with a column-shifted three-speed manual transmission. Additional equipment includes a tailgate-mounted covered spare tire, three bench seats, an AM radio, an under-dash heater, and Bakelite dash trim. This Deluxe woodie wagon
This example retains its maple wood framing and is believed by the selling dealer to have been refinished in burgundy while it resided at the Tupelo Automobile Museum. The roof is covered in black patterned vinyl, and equipment includes a tailgate-mounted spare tire, chrome bumpers, and black rubber running board covers. Recent complete repaint to original color,
The 221ci flathead V8 features 24-stud cylinder heads and was factory rated at 90 horsepower. Service in 2020 reportedly included a replacement Walker radiator, two replacement water pumps, a new voltage regulator, a rebuilt generator, a replacement accessory drive belt, and a new six-volt battery. The carburetor was rebuilt and installed with a new fuel filter and fuel line. additional service in 2020 included transmission and differential fluid services, Complete brake system, fuel lines, wheel bearings and hubs and rebuilt genarator
This Woody runs very well......