1941 Ford Convertible
Truly a car you can drive or fly in & drive home to anywhere in the country!
With 1941 came a pretty significant redesign for the classic Ford. The body layout was the same with the same pointed nose and fenders but a new grill set up was introduced with new trim and rounded lights. The turn signals were also moved to sit on top of the front fenders. This 1941 Ford is a great looking car and drives very well. It has around 7,642 miles since completed. The body is all steel and in good condition. The current owner believes the car was streetrodded out of a restored original car. It is entirely rust free and the body doesn't appear to have ever been separated from the frame. It is topped with nice Black paint that works nicely with the brand new White convertible top. All of the original trim is cleanly mounted in place and the chrome all has a very nice shine. The original front and rear bumpers are there with the correct bumper guards. The glass is all in great condition with a two piece front windshield that is framed in nice stainless trim. Spotlights are in place on both sides as are swan neck side mirrors. The Vintique wheels are painted Red to contrast nicely with the dark body and are fitted with chrome beauty rings and hubcaps. Completing that classic look are the wide white wall tires.
Powering the car is a nice running 350 V8 that keeps this classic rolling with no issues. A large portion of the motor is painted Chevrolet Orange and it is topped off with a 3 deuce carburetor set up. The car really runs extremely well and is very comfortable to drive with power steering and power brakes. Disc brakes were added up front along with a Heidts front end. In rear you will find a Ford 9" with drum brakes and 3:55 gears. Paired with the engine is a Turbo 350 automatic transmission that shifts smoothly.
The interior is in good condition and done in an Oxblood color that looks great. New Black carpet was just added but the pictures still show the old carpet. It has a bench seat in rear with a split bench seat up front. The dash is painted to match the upholstery and is topped with the original stainless and ivory colored trim. AC/Heat/Defrost was added and operates well. It has a tilt steering column which is nicely topped off with a Banjo steering wheel with V8 horn button. The trunk is nicely upholstered and provides extra storage. The battery has also been relocated to the trunk.
Worth every penny at $41,900.00!
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