Bone stock 1937 sedan delivery. Original flathead engine. It is the
60 hp. version. Has 36 heads on it. Engine came out of a 37 sedan
with lower miles.Ran when parked in 1982. Then has been stored
inside from then on. Very rust free! Even the bottom of the rear
door. That is a miracle. Desert life. Body is pretty straight,
considering it is 85 years old. Estimates of how many of these have
survived are believed to be between 200-300. About 8,500-9,000 a
year where produced in every year through the thirties. Including
1937. Most have been hot rodded. This one is stone cold stock.
Previous owner took body off frame. Disassembled and stripped every
chassis part. Repainted in chassis black. He converted brakes to
hydraulic (used from 1938 on). He replaced all bushings, shocks,
master cylinder, wheel cylinders, brake lines, and brakes. However,
the rubber in brake components have sat for fourty years. Installed
new backing plates. Has a new wiring harness installed, but needs
to be tidied up. And run front light circuit. Owner drove it around
the block with this harness it. Have brand new rubber seals for all
doors and glass. Bagged and labeled. I have all window frames,
headliner bows, and latches.. The mahogany floor has been redone.
Using the original boards for templates. Oak frame in the body and
door are in great shape. Please Note The Following **Vehicle
Location is at our clients home and Not In Cadillac, Michigan. **We
do have a showroom with about 25 cars that is by appointment only
**Please Call First and talk to one of our reps at 231-468-2809 EXT
1937 Ford Sedan Delivery
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