800 Derita Road, Ste. A
You instantly notice a car like this 1937 Ford Slantback. It has a timeless style mixed with an attractive street rod flair. And with the upgraded V8 power, upgraded suspension, and upgraded interior, you start to see how this is an all-around awesome build.
This is an all-steel body car that is said to have spent years and storage, and it was just waiting for the right custom treatment. So they did it right by upgraded pieces like the louvered hood, bright dual exhaust tips, and a set of 15-inch wheels with extra meaty tires in the rear to give this a nice stance. But the upgrading didn't take away from the overall classic style. You really see it in the details, like the two-piece windshield, and it's even said that the trim is original. Overall, we can understand why this car was built with an eye for respect. The '37 Ford is already an enduring icon being the debut of the teardrop headlights mounted in the front fenders. In fact, this front end is especially noticeable with the iconic grille finished in black. The rest of the car has a bright white look that really gives it a lasting distinction.
The white interior is complete and inviting. While this is an older build, the higher traffic spots like the carpeting and steering wheel are done in black. So the areas that attract the most dirt are also the ones who show it the least. Sedans like this were always comfortable. That means there's adult-size legroom in the back, and the front has now even been upgraded to individual bucket seats. There are nice added features for everyone, like the AM/FM/cassette stereo and provisions for R134a air conditioning (it will need servicing to blow cold again.) And this is a true driver's machine with a Lecarra sports steering wheel on a tilt column, Lokar floor shifter, and a dash dominated by classic-style VDO gauges.
Under the hood is well-built small block power. This is a 350 cubic-inch V8 is upgraded with an Edelbrock four-barrel carburetor and Edelbrock intake. The motor fires up easily, idles well, and makes a dignified V8 tune out of the dual exhaust. It's the kind of powerhouse that will get you thinking about cruising all weekend. That's why it also comes with great driving features, like the Mustang II independent front suspension, a three speed automatic transmission, power steering, and front discs brakes.
The Slantback Fords have a sleekness that we all love. And this one knows how to deliver that ideal mix of classic style and modern driving flair. So it makes for a terrific all-steel street machine. Call now!
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