Gateway Classic Cars Milwaukee is excited to preset this 1939 Ford
Deluxe convertible. Ford looked to modernize the 1939 Ford Deluxe
using a lower pointed grille and a higher vertical grille with
horizontal dividers. The headlights were mover farther apart giving
the front end a wider look. Big for 1939 was the new "Alligator
hood design which opened from the top only. This eliminated the use
of the predecessors hard to use engine side panels completely.
Another big advancement in the 1939 Ford was the use of hydraulic
brakes for the first time. This 1939 Ford Deluxe convertible is a
site to behold. At a time when the movies were making all things
glamorous, automobiles built in the late 30's had not only become
more functional but were also becoming an artform in styling. Case
in point, this 1939 Ford Deluxe convertible does not disappoint
with its three-dimensional dark purple paint accented by the most
luxurious beige interior one could imagine. The black top looks as
good up as down. Under the hood is a 302 cubic in. V-8 attached to
an updated three-speed automatic with overdrive. Comfort features
include air conditioning, AM/FM/cd radio, leather wrapped "harp"
tilt steering wheel, modern gauge package, power seat, seatbelts,
dual outside mirrors, power steering and power front disk brakes.
All topped off with a handsome set of American Racing spinner
1939 Ford Deluxe
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