This bold classic features the perfect combination of old-school cool with modern performance and reliability.
This bright and bold vintage Ford Roadster has the best of both worlds when it comes to a classic aesthetic that meets modern performance. There's no denying that this dazzling Ford restomod is bound to turn countless heads no matter where it goes. Good news is that this custom 1937 Ford Roadster is heading to the Spring Carlisle auction that takes place on June 18th and 19th, 2020. Even better, you can register and bid online.
The body of this beautiful '37 Ford Roadster is finished in a bold and beautiful House of Color Passion Pearl paint and sits on an OZE powder-coated frame. Equipped with an optional hardtop, this stunning Roadster features Billet Specialties wheels along with disc brakes on all four corners.
Under the hood sits a new 454-cubic-inch LS6 V8 crate motor backed by a 4L60E automatic transmission by John Ligenfelder. All belts and pulleys are from Street Performance, and additional performance and rumble is provided by a Flowmaster dual exhaust with electrical cutouts. This roadster is also equipped with a Heidts Super Ride front and four-link 9-inch rear that houses 3.70 gears. Handling and ride height comes from a Ride Tech Pro ShockWave Level Two air suspension that can be adjusted via remote.
Peek inside the cockpit to a custom tan interior made of ultra-leather including the seats. Creature comforts include the Vintage air conditioning, power steering, and power windows. Even the trunk is powered electronically. Tunes are played through a modern CD/AM/FM stereo radio with Bluetooth capability and a screen to display the backup camera. This car also comes equipped with a Flaming River steering column and gauges by Classic Instruments.
If this beautiful, powerful, and bright custom 1937 Ford Roadster would make your days brighter, check out the Spring Carlisle auction that takes place June 18th and 19th, 2020. Make sure to register and place your bid online so you don't miss out on this opportunity for future fun cruises and accepting those well-deserved car show trophies.