This 1939 Ford Deluxe Coupe takes the iconic style you love and updates it for modern fun inside and out. So check out the bright paint, even brighter wheels, leather-lined A/C interior, overdrive transmission, and dual-quad stroker V8.
The '39s are significant because you're looking at main body steel from when Henry Ford still had an office at his company. And you can remind people of that as you show how solid this car still is today. Plus, this coupe has fiberglass fenders and .....
running boards for an added touch of sleekness. In fact, this one has just the right amount of enhancements to give it a terrific street machine appearance. You see it in areas like the clean lights behind the classic teardrop bezels and the much thinner dividing line for the two-piece windshield. It was then wrapped in a modern red that looks great in the sunshine. We're told the finish is only a few years old and it was given a recent ceramic coating, so that's why it pops so nicely in the pictures (and will do the same under your garage lights.) But the reason you really love this design are all the brightwork touches. The V8 grille accents, beautifully rounded bumpers, and full-length trim have a terrific vintage flair. Plus, those 18-inch wheels unite the full feeling of classic American shine and modern cruiser attitude.
When you open the door, the custom tan has a luxury car kind of attitude. This is a very thoughtful custom-built interior, and it starts with leather bucket seats. They power adjust to the ideal position and give you the right kind of bolstering for all-day comfort. Plus, there are great features like power windows, tinted glass, an AM/FM/CD stereo, and cold-blowing air conditioning. Your hands rest comfortably on the banjo-style steering wheel. There's also a tilt column, billet pedals, and a dash full of clear Classic Instruments gauges.
The engine bay is a terrific mix of shine, style, and substance. So you'll love showing off the smooth/tidy inner walls and polished components even before you talk about all that power under the hood. This is a crate small block V8 that's said to be a 383 stroker motor. And you know it's an awesome power package because there are dual Edelbrock four-barrel carburetors on top! Plus, an Edelbrock intake, Walker radiator, Taylor plug wires, and headers feeding a sweet-sounding dual exhaust are all part of an impressive package that proves this has power and is made to be really driven. Part of this upgraded cruiser nature is also seen in the Mustang II-style independent front suspension with tubular A-arms, front disc brakes, rack & pinion steering, and a four-speed automatic transmission with highway-friendly overdrive.
A standout appearance with all the right upgrades for everyday appeal. A car like this is an ideal anytime classic, but the first step to driving it tomorrow is calling us today!