614 E. Auto Center Dr.
When you spend money on your dream car, you want it to be a true all-around classic. That's why this 1937 Ford Sedan Delivery is so appealing. Its bold yellow appearance leaves a lasting impression; its custom interior keep you comfortable all year long; and its shining dual-quad V8 and fully-independent suspension is exactly what a custom car like this deserves.
A steel-bodied custom is always desirable, and today we all know the '37 Fords were destined for hot rod duty. It has the teardrop shaped headlights, the long pointed hood, and extra rounded fenders to perfectly accept extra wide wheels. But that is just a nice starting point; it takes a lot of planning and investment to get a car looking as good as this one. The color that practically glows in the dark is called Flames Yellow, which is playfully iconic considering they laid gold ghost flames on top of the front end. And if that wasn't impressive enough, there's also red and silver pinstriping. This has an extra-sleek look with the painted front grille, sport mirrors, expertly shaved door handles, French license plate, and the exhaust tips integrated in the running boards. It's a full detailed package, right down to the polished Budnik wheels.
You'll love getting into this custom build everywhere you go, because the remote door openers on the key fob always are a cool touch that signal a high-end build. Plus, the interior is a full custom setup built with comfort and performance in mind. The exterior yellow returns on the door tops and dash, and there's much more color coordination going on here. You have a seat that had nice bolstering and a fold-down armrest. It is crafted with a well-done two-tone tan that is repeated on the custom door panels, center console, and carpet piping. These colors look good against the wood panel celling, and that natural appearance is done throughout the full cargo bay. This also has the best comfort features, including R134a air conditioning, power windows, and a touchscreen AM/FM/CD infotainment unit. And when was the last time you saw a power sunroof on a steel-body '37 Ford! The driver gets a cool Billet Specialties steering wheel mounted on a chrome tilt column, and that gives you a good view of the Stewart Warner gauges.
The whole front end tilts forward so that everyone can get a good view of the special engine bay. With the smooth firewall and a ton invested on shining components, this one is ready for the car show today. And when you look beyond all the polished style, you'll see some serious power. This is a 350 cubic-inch V8 upgraded with an Edelbrock intake, serpentine belts, Taylor plug wires, and custom long tube headers. And we know you've spotted that this V8 power is topped off with a dual set of four-barrel carburetors. This motor fires up eagerly, and it makes a terrific sound out of the side dual exhaust. But don't just admire the rumble, follow its path in the undercarriage photos. There you'll see great color-matched and polished package that will have you putting a mirror under this at the car shows. And you'll also notice the full suspension package borrowed from a C4 Corvette. Yes, a fully independent suspension in the classic street rod! And because this one has sharper moves than most of the other classic customs out there, it takes advantage of other great driving features like the three-speed automatic transmission, power steering, and four-wheel power disc brakes.
You can tell they sweated the details over every inch of this car to deliver a custom that's fun to drive to the shows and has a full cargo bay to haul home all the awards. If you want it all, you just need to call today!
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