Republic Auctions is excited to offer the opportunity to own this 1940 Ford Street Rod Sedan Delivery Wagon complete with a matching scooter and trailer. The Ford wagon (Lot S65) will be accompanied by the scooter and trailer as it crosses the auction block on the weekend of November 22-23, 2019, in Dallas, Texas. Make sure to register to bid here.
This vintage Ford is blanketed in a deep shiny black over its flawless body, and custom purple ghost flames on the front add that perfect hotrod touch. The addition of Boyd Coddington Wheels perfectly complement this classic's glossy exterior. Peek inside the car to a gorgeous red interior that adds the perfect contrast to its dark exterior. Even more, a modern stereo system equipped with AM/FM/CD/DVD plays your favorite jams and movies and can be changed via remote. Air conditioning keeps the cabin nice and cool on warm sunny days. Also, this Ford comes with power windows, a power driver's seat, overhead lighting, tinted windows, and keyless entry.
This beautiful black classic Ford is powered by a ZZ4 Chevrolet 350cui V8 engine and backed by a 700R4 four-speed automatic transmission complete with overdrive. Making up the front suspension is a tubular A-arm with coil overs. Power disc brakes are installed on all four corners for utmost stopping power. This classic's frame has been powder coated keeping it protected from the elements. Safety-wise, this beaut has been certified by the NSRA.
If this vintage '40 Ford Street Rod Delivery Wagon full of modern amenities would make the perfect addition to your garage, be sure to register to bid here. Not only are you bidding on one sweet wagon, but don't forget that it comes with a sweet matching scooter and trailer. As mentioned before, this old Ford will cross the auction block through Republic Auctions on the weekend of November 22-23, 2019, in Dallas, Texas, so don't miss out on the perfect opportunity to take it all home for yourself.
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