You instantly notice a car like this 1937 Ford Deluxe Four Door Humpback sedan. It's the kind of full custom build that goes well beyond the paintwork. As you dig into the details, it reveals a luxury A/C interior, an upgraded suspension, proper V8 power, and so much more.
This dark blue is an eye-catching custom color with a deep luster and metallic shine from a modern application. This car was custom-built with a speedy look in mind. For example, we love the swoopy fenders of this .....
Ford, and the rear ones were upgraded to fiberglass to help contain the extra-meaty rear tires. More of these updated touches can be seen everywhere, including the sleek sport mirrors, frenched license plate, one-piece windshield, polished dual exhaust tips, 15-inch billet specialties wheels, and shaved door handles (with electric door poppers.) But even with these upgrades, don't forget to check out the fundamentals. The main body is classic steel, all four suicide doors shut solid, and trunk and hood line up nicely when closed. Plus, the glass is clear, the weather-stripping is pliable, and the chrome is bright. And so as you look at this build in total, it's certainly a distinct classic... but also ready to hit the streets.
Suicide doors always look extra cool, especially when you can open them all with a key fob. And any door you open reveals a two-tone tan interior that's stylish and useful. Those tweed and vinyl buckets offer much more modern comfort than anything that came from the factory in the 1930s. The rear seats can have bucket-like individuality, too, thanks to the folding armrest and a cup holder console. It all has the clean look you'd expect on a car with less than 9k miles on build. There are great features like power windows, a Kenwood AM/FM/CD stereo with aux input, and cold-blowing R134a air conditioning. The billet sports steering wheel feels great, and it's mounted on a tilt column to give you a clear view of the AutoMeter gauge package.
The engine bay continues this build's thoughtful appearance. The bright valve covers, polished air grabber, and color-matched accessories are all part of an overall look that invested in both quality and style. This is a hardy 350 cubic-inch small block V8 that has been upgraded for performance with Edelbrock four-barrel carburetor, an Edelbrock aluminum intake, and shorty headers feeding the rumbling dual exhaust. It's made to be a strong and solid driver, so they upgraded the suspension to a tubular A-arm front end. Plus, three-speed automatic transmission, power brakes, front discs, and the grip of modern touring tires give you a terrific total cruising package.
The sale comes complete with a nice restoration photo file. This Humpback has been given all the best in thoughtful details to be an awesome, comfortable, and powerful cruiser. Call today!!!