This 1941 Ford 5-window coupe may just be the ultimate pre-WWII
custom. After all, it takes a historically significant car and
shows it off the awesome lines with a sleeker style on a 3800-mile
build. And the powerful V8, upgraded suspension, four-wheel disc
brakes, and loaded A/C interior are all about delivering a car
that's fun for all-day cruising.
The 1941 coupe is always considered a noteworthy car because they
were a unique new design of the era. We'd be getting into WWII
soon. But first Ford wanted to give us a distinct new style with a
three-part grille, hidden gas cap, and almost completely eliminated
running boards. It was a sleek look that set the tone for how they
customized this car. It's now even sleeker with details like
deleted trim, deleted fender lights, shaved door hands, and a
tighter line for the two-piece windshield. They really worked on
the details, right down to the sport mirrors and blue dot tail
lights. It was then wrapped in a sleek red to make sure it has the
kind of radiance to get noticed. The result is a true steel-bodied
classic that also has a unique sense of style.
Pop the remote door openers, and it reveals an interior that's
impressive for being both custom and comfortable. After all, those
bucket seats have the kind of luxury car bolstering that you could
only dream of in pre-war America. The driver's one even power
adjusts. There are plenty more impressive features, like
cold-blowing air conditioning, a cup holder center console, power
windows, and an AM/FM touchscreen infotainment system with
Bluetooth. This is built to be a true cruiser, and so you have a
Lecarra sports steering wheel, a tilt column, and Dolphin gauges to
let you get comfortable for a drive.
The engine bay is full of Ford power. We're told the 302 cubic-inch
V8 was rebuilt within the last few years, and it looks show-ready
with all that polish on the motor radiating against the dark inner
walls. But beyond this cool appearance is some serious substance.
It has been built with a Holley four-barrel carburetor, an aluminum
intake, and headers feeding the dual exhaust. On the road, this one
feels great thanks to a Mustang II-style independent front end,
power steering, a three-speed automatic transmission, and modern
Toyo tires on the upgraded 17-inch polished alloys. And a
four-wheel power disc brake upgrade means confident stopping.
This is a terrific cruiser that proves its desirability goes well
beyond its historical significance. So don't miss out on an
all-around awesome classic. Call today!!!