Own a piece of automotive history with this original classic Ford.
In 1932, Ford became the first American automaker to put a V8 engine in an affordably priced car, a concept they had nearly perfected for the time by 1937. Although by today’s standards, the engines were severely underpowered, at the time the 1937 Ford V8 Coupe was the fastest thing on the road.
This Ford 5 Window is an absolute time machine and blast from the past, thanks to the owner's decision not to turn it into a hot rod build, which many of these pre-war American vehicle owners do.
Ford 5 Window models are wildly popular, thanks to their unique styling that’s about as American as apple pie and baseball. People just love the way these old workhorses look, but this one is particularly attractive. In fact, as you look at the meticulous details and excellent materials, it’s obvious someone really loved this truck.
Not surprisingly, this Ford was the subject of a restoration a few years ago. That red paint is shined so much you could practically use it as a mirror to get ready in the morning. Powering the stylish classic Ford is a 221 CID Flathead V8 engine, which is backed by a 3-speed manual floor-shift transmission.
Everything about this 1937 Ford 5 Window is beautiful, even the chassis. This truck needs to go to a loving home. If you feel up to the task, contact Collectible Motor Car of Atlanta, which is handling the sales transaction.