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NOW SOLD This beautifully restored car is a true show piece from bumper to bumper and top to bottom. It features show quality paint in the factory Bright Coach Maroon color with contrasting Wheat Color Hartz Stayfast canvas top and tan leatherette seats with carpeted rear passenger compartment. Options include original radio, wind wings, dual rearview mirrors banjo steering wheel and clock. This was the lowest production of any 1938 model. Only 1169 built and also notably it appears to have all its original body panels and fenders with no patchwork or collision damage. It is an extremely straight car with nice fitting doors and even panel gaps all around. This historic model would be the crown jewel centerpiece of any early Ford V-8 collection.
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