This 1937 Ford Cabriolet has the slick two-tone style of a full
custom build, and the details do not disappoint. It has a
leather-lined A/C interior, fuel-injected V8 power, an overdrive
transmission, four-wheel disc brakes, an adjustable air ride
suspension, and plenty more. So that head-turning awesome classic
you always wanted is now ready for you right now.
The swoopy fenders and teardrop headlights keep this Ford an icon,
but this one is really out to show off a ton of unique style. A
convertible like this deserves a two-tone metallic presentation
that loves to radiate in the sunshine. The Turquoise and Sand have
a well-done contrast, and the red pinstripe makes sure it separates
these two on the whole car. It helps kick off the full custom
attitude of this Ford. It has all the right details to impress. You
see this in places like shaved door handles, updated headlights,
flush tail lights, sport mirrors, and all those cool flames burning
through the door line. And we love how the expertly deleted bumpers
give you a better view of the steel body - especially the deep dive
of the chrome grille. You'll even notice an aggressive stance from
those shining Intro alloy wheels with the 18/20 inch front/rear
stance. Plus, the adjustable air ride suspension allows you to
really let this one get low and sleek.
The tan folding roof looks good and fits snug, but this one looks
even better with it folded down. That's because the two-tone style
continues inside. The exterior turquoise returns on the dash, but
now cream is the dominant color. This one loves to be a comfortable
cruiser, and that starts with a pair of plush leather bucket seats.
The custom door panels, clean carpeting, and convertible boot all
add to this well-done total package. You have a ton of great
comfort features like a power seat, power windows, power locks, cup
holder center console, and an AM/FM stereo with inputs for USB and
SD for the best in modern music delivery. Plus, there's ice-cold
air conditioning so you can stay feeling cool all day long. There's
a Budnik steering wheel on an Ididit tilt column, and the dash is
dominated by a full set of crisp Classic Instruments gauges.
The engine bay continues this build's thoughtful appearance.
There's plenty of polished components, the inner walls are
color-matched, and the custom cover has as much detail as the
doors. But what we especially like is that this custom Ford still
keeps proper blue oval power with the famous 5.0-liter
fuel-injected V8. When you look underneath, you're going to see how
this build has been thoughtfully painted over every inch. Plus,
you'll also see great components for a terrific cruiser. This
includes tubular A-arms up front, a triangulated four-link rear,
and Ridetech rear air shocks. The four-speed automatic transmission
is great for all-around driving with its highway-ready overdrive.
Plus, with power steering, wide modern tires, and four-wheel power
disc brakes, this one knows how to take you near or far with
This drop-top has custom details everywhere you look. We didn't
even have time to mention the power trunk, race gas cap, and a ton
more upgrades. It all proves this is the kind of car people take a
long time to look at because it has so much to discover. But you
better not look at this too long, or it might be gone before you
get your chance. Call today!!!