This is a top notch 1937 Ford Humpback 2 door sedan with a classic look and a modern, comfortable ride. It has had a professional restoration with only 2,834 miles on the build.The all steel exterior is PPG Aquamarine Green and the paint is excellent with no visible flaws. Fenders are the original steel fenders as well. This 1937 Ford Humpback has won 2 awards for paint and color. All chrome and trim is in top condition. The tail lights are LED with a 3rdbrake light. Wheels are American Racing wheels with brand new BF Goodrich Radial tires. Front end is a Mustang II. . Car sits upon a Lobeck chassis.Interior is beige leatherette with bucket seats and it is in excellent new condition. The passengers seat is disability equipped with a passengers seat lift that is not obvious nor does it detract from the beauty of this car, in fact, it is a rare and valuable option to have. You can also use the seat lift for children or pets to be able to sit up high enough to see out of the window! The new buyer can keep this feature or, interchange the bucket seats with a new front bench beige leatherette seat that comes with the sale of this car. All components are in place to make the switch easy and quick. Other features are Classic Gauges and a Billet steering wheel.Engine is a Chevrolet 406 cubic inch with an automatic transmission. The floor shifter has an LED indicator in the shift boot. The intake manifold is Edelbrock, carburetor is a performance series carburetor, torque converter is a B & M, and the radiator is a Walker radiator. A FUN feature is the horn that makes the OOGAH sound!Features on this 1937 Ford custom are power steering, power brakes, Vintage AC, tachometer, and an AM/FM/CD stereo. Car comes with the California Car cover, the leatherette bench seat, and all restoration photos and documentation. This is the 2nd owner of this car, prior owner did the build. This 1937 Ford has had a recent NSRA inspection.You can view this incredible 1937 Ford 2 Door Humpback Sedan by appointment. It is located in Kentucky.
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