Check out these fantastic pre-war classic cars that are heading to Mecum’s upcoming auction.
The 1930s were a great time for automotive design. These cars were made to be triumphant and grand. It was a time before the start of WWII, when production of automobiles would come to a halt for several years, leaving the cars of the 1930s somewhat frozen in time. This makes these cars highly collectible and desirable on the collector car market. Check out these three amazing examples that Ford built in the 1930s.
1935 Ford Roadster
This steel body Ford Roadster with rumble seat is offered up with no reserve at the Dallas Mecum auction. It is finished in Washington Blue with pleated Tan leather interior and Beige tonneau cover, and powered by a 221 cubic inch flathead V8 engine with Stromberg downdraft 2-barrel carburetor. Check it out here.
1933 Ford Brewster Town Car
This is a very rare example, also being offer at no reserve at Mecum. It is 1 of an estimated 300 made by Brewster of the Ford V8 chassis cars. It is powered by a 59AB flathead V8 engine with a Stromberg 97 downdraft 2-barrel carburetor; the engine is backed by a 3-speed manual transmission. See it here.
1934 Ford Deluxe 3-Window Coupe
Another steel body car that’s being offered at no reserve is this sleek classic. It is powered by a 21-stud 221 CI flathead V8 engine with Stromberg downdraft 2-barrel carburetor, and backed by a 3-speed manual transmission. See it here.