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A sleek drop-top body, all the best modern amenities (including A/C), an upgraded suspension, V8 power, overdrive, and so much more make this 1937 Ford Cabriolet a dream car. So when it's time to be sleeker, cooler, and all-around more memorable than the rest, you know you've found your custom build.
The two-tone paint does a great job of highlighting the best of this design. The radiating silver shows off the swoopy fender lines we love so much. The black sticks to the upper portion, except when it dips low to draw added attention to the iconic grille and sexy curve of the trunk line. This one takes advantage of its later fiberglass build to the fullest by being as sleek as possible with deleted bumpers, shaved handles, and frenched taillights. The result is a very modern-looking classic style. And just like any good custom build, it has all the right touches to impress. You see this in places like the full pinstriping in a bold purple, and the Billet Specialties 17-inch wheels have a terrific bright finish.
There's a great-looking one-piece cabriolet top that coordinates with the upper black paint and can seal the car nicely against the elements. But of course, this one looks even better with it removed. There's a full black and gray package inside with thoughtful details everywhere. You see it in the way the dash wraps into the custom door panels, and you feel it in the supple leather seats with diamond-stitched suede-like inserts. As with any good custom build, there are plenty of modern conveniences for you and your passengers. This includes power windows, power locks, remote door openers, a power trunk latch, cup holders, and an AM/FM/CD stereo with aux input. Plus, there's ice-cold air conditioning so you can stay feeling cool while looking cool all-day long. The driver gets a three-spoke steering wheel on a tilt column. Beyond that is a full round gauge package set in a polished panel that looks perfect in your retro ride.
The engine bay has a terrific smooth, tidy, and polished look that you'll happily show off. There are even thoughtful little things, like how the purple plug wires match the exterior pinstripe. But what you'll really love is the substance this package provides. It's a 350 cubic-inch small block upgraded with an Edelbrock four-barrel carburetor, Edelbrock intake, and headers that feed the rumbling dual exhaust. This motor fires up readily and runs smoothly. And the four-speed automatic transmission w/overdrive adds to its anytime usability. Plus, with power steering, power brakes w/discs up front, and a tubular A-arm independent front end, this one knows how to take you near or far with ease.
This has the right look and the right features to enjoy all day and turn heads while doing it. So don't miss your chance at this '37 Ford Cab, call today!
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