This ultra-clean 1937 Ford 3-window coupe is one heck of a rod.
Professionally built with all the goodies you'd expect from a
top-of-the-line build, it's a show-stopper that's ready to cruise
and show. You might want to put it on a trailer because it's so
pretty, but that would be a mistake, because it drives every bit as
great as it looks.
It's a Downs Fiberglass body that captures the cool art-deco look
of the original, from the deep V-shaped front grille and faired-in
headlights to the sleek 3-window coupe profile, and it's a shape
that will never go out of style. The top has been chopped in true
hot-rod fashion, the A-pillars have been laid back, and all the
trim and handles have been smoothed and shaved, leaving a shape
that's pure Ford. Excellent prep work on the fiberglass means the
two-tone teal and pearl white finish is flat and smooth, with trick
airbrushed graphics buried under the clear for a seamless look.
Extra attention was spent on the fit and alignment of the doors,
hood and trunk, so the gaps are tight and the surfaces are flush,
lending the car a precision look that is seldom found on rods at
any price level, and the shine on the paint means extra time went
into block sanding and buffing the clearcoat. Other tricks include
the flush-mounted LED taillights, a billet grille, and turn signals
integrated into the headlight buckets behind those lovely crystal
clear lenses. Color matched mirrors are the only interruption in
the smooth shape, but they've been so neatly integrated into the
design that you barely notice them.
The interior was brilliantly executed by Upholstery Unlimited in
Clinton, Iowa using what is called "frost" ultra-leather. Sculpted
buckets that are all-day comfortable and a beautiful fit in the low
coupe bodywork. Matching door panels were hand-made and the custom
center console offers practicality in the form of an armrest with
storage inside as well as a neatly integrated Lokar shifter. The
instrument panel is a recessed area in the center of the dash that
now houses a series of Dakota Digital gauges, a very cool look
regardless of whether the key is on. A/C, power windows, power
locks with remote actuators, a tilt column, and a Sony AM/FM/CD
stereo system are all part of the package. The trunk is also
beautifully finished with matching side and rear panels, fitted
carpets, and hidden compartments for things like the battery and
A dazzling, chrome-plated and polished 350 cubic inch V8 delivers
plenty of power and torque, and delivers more show-stopping quality
under the hood. There's an Edelbrock carburetor up top, along with
a matching intake manifold with the Endura-Shine finish so it
sparkles. A smoothed firewall provides the perfect backdrop for the
small block Chevy, and anything that wasn't chromed or polished was
painted to match the bodywork. Gear swaps are managed by a TH350
3-speed automatic transmission spinning a Ford 9-inch rear end with
3.73 gears inside. The chassis is fully detailed with body-colored
frame members, a shiny stainless exhaust system with side exits
under the running boards, and rack-and-pinion steering. SSBC
supplied a set of giant 13-inch disc brakes up front and they look
awesome behind those polished Intro Prowler wheels wearing 17-inch
This car comes with a clean title and is exempt from California
Low rate financing is available with rates as low as 3.5% APR with
approved credit. You can apply directly on our website
(www.lagunaclassiccars.com) by clicking on the "Financing" tab.
We can also arrange delivery to almost anywhere.
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