The pre-WWII coupes are really difficult to beat when it comes to styling. The sweeping lines and mean gangster stances are really part of a package that is tough to beat when it comes to curb appeal. However, these cars are easily beat mechanically as they were built almost 80 years ago and feel it when you take a drive. That's where the street rod enthusiasts come in with great custom builds to keep the classic looks still on the road while driving in something with modern technology's help to make it something you would actually want to drive for more than half a mile. 1937 was the last year for the famous “Slantback” design option from Ford that gives this street rod eye catching flowing lines and great style.
GR Auto Gallery is pleased to present this well completed and head turning example of the 1937 Ford Sedan for your consideration. Believed to be all steel, it is finished in blue and white and shows very well. The car is powered by a 350 v8 with Fitech Injection System. The 350 is a crate motor that was purchased in 2015. It is paired with a 700R4 transmission. Highlights include power brakes with discs in the front, Edelbrock intake, aluminum radiator with cooling fans, chrome air cleaner/valve covers and alternator, headers, 14 inch chrome wheels with Cooper radials, tilt wheel, Equus tachometer, cup holders, car cover, owner's manuals and books, dual exhaust. The car comes with a large file of receipts from the build of the car. A must see within our gallery, call or email us today for more information on this sharp Pre-War classic.