Gateway Classic Cars of Indianapolis is proud to present this
beautiful Pheasant Red 1947 Ford Super Deluxe Convertible. The 1947
Ford line was similar to the short 1946. Visual differences
included the removal of the red accents from the grill and the two
small lights located just above it. Ford began titling 1947s in
February 1947. For the first few weeks, the 1947 model was
identical to the 1946. Ford then restyled the body slightly first
by moving the parking lights from above the grill to below each
headlight. Exterior moldings were changed from grooved to a smooth
design. A new hood ornament with a blue plastic insert was
installed. A new hubcap design became available in March. The
interior dash color was changed from red accent to gold. By
September, the roof-mounted antenna was moved to the cowl. Horns
were moved to in front of the radiator from the engine compartment.
The final 1947 models were titled in November. In the 1984 film The
Karate Kid, Mr Miyagi gives Daniel Larusso a cream-colored 1947
Ford Super DeLuxe convertible as a birthday gift. Powered by a
flathead Ford V8 under the hood which is mated to a manual 3 speed
transmission on the steering column, also known as a 3 on the tree.
If you are looking for an old school ride to relive those late
1940s memories then this is the car for you. This 1947 Ford Super
Deluxe is offered through our Indianapolis Showroom and can be seen
in great detail including 100+ HD pictures and an HD video at
www.GatewayClassicCars.com. For additional information please call
our knowledgeable staff at (317) 688-1100 or email us at
1947 Ford Super Deluxe
Exterior Color:Pheasant Red
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