A sleek droptop body, modern amenities (including A/C), an upgraded suspension, V8 power, and so much more make this 1937 Ford Cabriolet a dream car. And when a full custom also has an obtainable price, it doesn't have to remain a fantasy.
Everyone sees you coming in this bold creation because the metallic silver paint loves to radiate the sunshine. And it only gets better the closer you get to this custom machine. Great details, like the burgundy pinstriping hug the curves of this car and highlight the sleek lines. And just like any good custom build, it has all the right touches to impress. You see this in places like the color-matched grille, teardrop taillights, polished Budnik wheels, and shaved door handles with key fob remote door poppers. And we love how the expertly deleted bumpers gives you a better view of the body – especially the deep dive of the front end.
The black hardtop is a nice compliment color to the silver exterior, but this one looks even better with it removed. There was a large investment inside to provide custom comfort. Nicely bolstered buckets feature modern all-day luxury. They have comfy cloth inserts, and the door panels even match for a premium uniform look. The driver gets a three-spoke steering wheel on a tilt column. Beyond that is a full round gauge package set in a polished panel that looks perfect in your retro ride. As with any good custom build, there are plenty of modern conveniences for you and your passengers. This includes power windows, power locks, and an AM/FM/CD stereo that has Bluetooth to make sure you have modern music in this retro ride. Plus, there's ice-cold air conditioning so you can stay feeling cool while looking cool all-day long.
The engine bay has a terrific smooth, tidy, and polished look that you'll happily show off. But what you'll really love is the substance it provides. This is a 350 cubic-inch small block upgraded with a four-barrel carburetor, Edelbrock Performer intake, and ceramic-coated headers that feed the rumbling dual exhaust. This motor fires up readily and runs smoothly. And the three-speed automatic transmission adds to its anytime usability. It really does feel quite good on the road, and we have $4k in recent receipts proving investments to keep it a fine cruiser. Plus, with power steering, power brakes w/discs up front, and a Mustang II-style front end upgrade, this one knows how take you near or far with ease.
This has the right look, the right features, and the right price. So don't miss your chance at this '37 Ford Cab, call today!