This sharp hot rod has a big block motor and 4-speed trans. All
steal, original 1937 Ford with fiberglass rear fenders. It runs
cool and it runs strong. The 396 has been bored out to a 402. Has
an aluminum intake, HEI ignition and headers leading to a custom
exhaust with stainless tips. Has rebuilt radiator, electric water
pump and fans. Runs at 185 degrees. M-21 Muncie trans with
hydraulic clutch and Hurst shifter. Dana 60 rear with 3.55 gears.
In front it has Fatman tubular suspension and rack and pinion
steering. QA1 shocks at all 4 corners. Has a sharp 2 tone smooth
paint finish. All new tinted glass. Interior is redone also in a
sharp looking black and silver combination. Comfortable bucket
seats, very nicely designed headliner and side panels. Has a full
set of gauges neatly installed. The motor compartment decorated
with polished aluminum parts. It's current looking, has true hot
rod performance and it's comfortable.
Leather tilt wheel
Dana posi rear
With Monterey Car Week around the corner, I can’t help but daydream about the wonderful drive along the Pacific Coast Highway.
The four-door luxury convertible is pretty much an extinct configuration, gone by way of 1960s Lincoln Continentals, unless you count a couple of recent concept cars.
From the Tammy Allen collection and set to cross the block without reserve during the Barrett-Jackson Las Vegas option is this 1940 Ford Deluxe custom sedan.
After World War II, some car dealers distributed their limited inventory on a lottery basis.
With all the attention given to so-called barn finds, how great is it to discover an all-original, preserved classic that’s old enough to apply for Medicare
It took almost 50 years and a build team of nine, but I once again am the proud owner of a 1940 Ford Deluxe coupe.
Classic car week begins today in Arizona and, as always, the six auctions taking place in the Scottsdale/Phoenix area through January 18 will tout their offerings in hyperbolic terms.