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.
GR Auto Gallery is pleased to present this exceptionally well built 1937 Ford Hard top convertible for your consideration. It has been owned by the current owner for the last 16 years. Before its stay in Michigan, the car was in Pennsylvania and Marlynd. The car is powered by a 350 v8 with a 3 speed 350 turbo automatic transmission. The car comes with an impressive file of receipts for the build. Highlights include power windows, power antenna, cooling fans, remote door poppers, Billet Specialties wheels(15 inch in rear and 14 inch in front), tilt steering column, Pioneer CD player, CB radio, Hooker headers, air conditioning, Edelbrock carburetor, polished aluminum intake, MSD ignition and Firestone tires. This is a well built street rod that is a joy to drive and is ready for its next owner.