I can assist with financing and transport as needed.
This 1941 Ford Super Deluxe convertible must be a nice car, as
the last owner has kept it since 1960. He performed plenty of
maintenance and upgrades during his ownership which has kept the
car in great mechanical and cosmetic condition.
This Ford has never been a rust bucket. It has a solid frame and body, with the only rust repair being the tool storage area at the back of the trunk. The car was repainted around 1990 in its original blue, which was color matched to an unexposed section of paint underneath the top. Speaking of the top, it was also replaced around 1990 using quality material from Haartz. Note too all the moldings, bumper guards, and wing tips.
The flathead motor was rebuilt in 2000. It received a few performance upgrades, most notably a beautiful tri-power intake. There is also a slightly larger camshaft, aluminum heads, and chrome headers. All original parts are included. The electrical system was converted to 12V except for the radio, power top mechanism, and fuel gauge. Note the radio has the rare foot operated station selector.
This car has also had the front end lowered. It gives the car a nice rake when coupled with the 15" front wheels and 16" rears. The front brakes were converted to discs too. Again, all original parts are included.
The interior has been updated with LeBaron Bonney seat covers that really looks sharp. Note the original floor treatment of rubber in front and carpet in back. The vacuum wipers and big original horns are present and functional. So are the original jack assembly and accessory bug guards - very neat!
This car is such a piece of history, yet still runs great and has a classy look. It has been cherished by the same owner for nearly 60 years. But now it's time for someone else to enjoy this classic. Could that be you?
The Pick of the Day has had only three long-term owners and very low mileage, and is said to remain in all-original, preserved condition
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