Body off frame restored to factory specs. From the prestigious Ed
Meurer car collection. His first collector car was a 1936 Ford back
in 1958. This is a rare car, very few convertible sedans still
exist. Just like the one used in Paper Moon, actually there are
claims this is the car!
EXTERIOR: Rare convertible sedan which means the top goes down and
it has roll up windows. It's a deluxe which means it has dual
hidden horns, dual wipers, mirrors and taillights. All metal body
and fenders. Obviously a professional body restoration, it is
straight everywhere. No rust, bubbles or body work showing. Rare
color avaliable for only 1 month- Bambolino Blue with Tacoma Cream
pin stripe. It has a smooth, glossy finish. All the chrome was
redone. It has Ford locking gas cap and greyhound hood ornament.
The fender welts, rubber grommets, ribbed running boards and
weatherstrips were replaced. The windshield looks new. The tan
cloth convertible top is in excellent shape. 2 of us easily folded
it down in just a few minutes. The convertible top boot fits
nicely. It has reproduction whitewalls on the restored wheels. It
also has restored 1936 license plates.
INTERIOR: Genuine leather upholstery on the seats, still soft with
no issues. The door panels were replaced. The metal trim was nicely
repainted. The gauges, knobs, trim are all very good. It has
optional locking glovebox with a clock, heater and radio. The
deluxe wheel is beautiful. Correct rubber mat in front, carpet in
ENGINE COMPARTMENT: The Flathead V-8 runs smooth as silk. Every
component looks like it was restored to new condition. It has
correct cloth wrapped wires, reproduction hose clamps and hoses.
Everything looks proper.
TRUNK COMPARTMENT: The latches are locking. Inside the trunk is
completely refinished. The metal is painted, it has the liner kit.
The wood is refinished. The spare tire has never been used.
UNDERSIDE: The body was off the frame for restoration. Very clean
metal under the car painted the same color. The chassis is smooth
semi glass black. It's obvious the car was all apart and
This is rolling artwork. It is a rare, desirable antique car but it
was it's condition that really sold me. It's a pleasure just to
look at. Although driving it is a truly a delight.
I, Jay Grams, take pride in personally writing the descriptions for
virtually every car for about the last 30 years now. A significant
amount of effort goes into fact checking. What I am offering is my
professional impression of the vehicle.
Our salesmen are happy to assist with descriptions and making sure
your questions are answered. One great suggestion is letting us do
a walk around video that explains the car's condition in
**These cars are displayed in a museum. If interested in a
particular car make an appointment with a salesman to see that car.
Without an appointment there is an admission fee to enter the
showroom. If you buy a car, your admission will be refunded and you
will be given a 1 year membership.
815 385 3644 9-5 central
Locking gas cap