If youre a discerning enthusiast whos searching for a top notch classic to show off at your next cruise night, weve got the car for you! This awesome Ford coupe began life as an authentic 1940 Deluxe and, with the help of a thorough frame-off restoration, has been transformed into one smooth-driving show queen. The cars build began with a complete tear down of every panel of its rock-solid fuselage. Once those sinuous panels had been massaged to perfection, a glossy coat of Cloud Mist Gray was sprayed on thick and clean. And today, this sizzling classic is a national trophy winner that, despite being roughly 30 years out of its restoration, still looks better than pretty much every car at any show its owner chooses to attend! As the companys final Henry Ford fueled innovation the Ford V8 remains a durable, torque-rich powerplant whose solid engineering saw use well into the 60s and established a reputation in the hot rodding community that is still unmatched almost a century after its introduction. And in keeping with tradition, this stellar Ford trophy winner is powered by a correct 221 cubic inch flathead V8 which makes roughly 90 horsepower thanks a relatively tame 6.12 to 1 compression ratio. A correct 3-speed manual transmission still lives behind the rock solid engine proving that simple is good by shifting beautifully and doing an excellent job of driving an authentic, banjo-style rear end. Four wheel drum brakes, hydraulically actuated for the 1938 model year, are a welcome addition and a big performance upgrade for Ford fans. And everything rides on a set of 15 inch painted steel wheels which spin fresh 6.50-15 BF Goodrich Silvertown whitewalls around chrome trim rings and "FORD DELUXE" branded hub caps. Cool and classic, this 40 Ford is a vision in pre-war authenticity; and every piece of the car is 100% show ready and in great condition. Call, click or visit http://RKMotorsCharlotte.com today for more information on this Deluxe classic!
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