Streetside Classics - Nashville
6000 Reliance Dr
It's not just that this 1932 Ford Sedan Delivery gives a sleek, clean, and very classic first impression. What's extra impressive is the high-quality restoration that takes it well-beyond just looking good. That's why this crisp classic also received the highest award from the Early Ford V8 Club of America.
Most 1932 Fords we see today have been given a ton of work to be custom hot rods, and so that just makes this one even more exceptional. Instead of restoring this for a street machine, there were big investment to get it back to day one status. This was a nut-and-bolt rebuild that happened about 14 years ago, and it has been kept in show-ready status ever since. The gloss of the paint is your first indication of the high-quality work. The colors of this two-tone are for lovers of details. The maroon is interwoven with black on the roof, fenders, body creases, and painted wire wheels. It gives this one a darker and more sophisticated presence. Plus, the straw yellow pinstriping and an attention to good panels highlight the unique design of the sedan delivery body. You'll love everything, right down to details like the fender-mounted spare. And with the right brightwork touches on the bumpers, grille, and wheel covers, it's a while package that looks like it's more ready for a parade than delivery duty. That's why the Early Ford V8 Club gave it their highest honor, the Dearborn Award. This was at their most recent gathering, and so you know this one remains looking terrific. And while you need 950 points out of 1,000 to qualify, we were told this was a perfect score car!
Open the door to a time capsule interior. There's a freshness here that turns back the clock almost 90 years. Durable vinyl seats and a clean floor remind you this was built for service. And we bet you'd love to put some vintage lawn chairs in the large rear cargo area for the next car show. The pop-out windshield, Steward Warner speedometer, floor shifter, and big steering wheel are all there to give you that instant feeling that connects you with so many previous generations of drivers.
The butterfly hood is always fun to show off, and inside is the unmistakable look of Ford's flathead motor. This 201 cubic-inch motor looks correct from the green block to the plug wires. And it's even believed to be original to this rare Ford. While there are hardly any miles this since the restoration, we doubt you'll be able to resist adding to the odometer. After all, the classic four cylinder has a terrific tune that you just don't get today. And the three-speed manual transmission and effective brakes give you proper control.
This is an exceptional restoration done by the former national chief judge of the Early Ford V8 Club. It deserves its current accolades and will undoubtedly bring even more awards. So if you know how special this rare and correct machine is, then you know you can't miss your chance at taking it home. Call today!!!
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