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  • Location: Monterey, Indiana, United States
  • Condition: Used
  • Make: Ford
  • Model: Other
  • SubModel: coupe
  • Type: Coupe
  • Trim: stainless
  • Year: 1939
  • Mileage: 100000
  • Color: Blue
  • Number of cylinders: 8
  • Fuel: Gasoline
  • Transmission: 4speed
  • Interior color: Blue
  • Drive side: Left-hand drive
  • Vehicle Title: Clean

1939 Ford Other stainless Description

I don't want to confuse anyone on this car, it needs work but look at some of the cars and what the owner is asking. This car could be put on the road if you can't get this engine running or it would not be that hard to replace it with a 350 auto and sell the 4speed. I wanted to do that but I'm close to 73 now my day's of working on cars are over. A young guy or a person in good Health at any age could with the knowledge of old cars could make what ever He/She would want. I have seen guys take cars that most people would not think of building but they had a dream and make a show car out of a car that most would not think of.this car I've owned this car for 51 years sometimes it had to sit out side so with the back glass missing water got in from rain rusted the floors. You can replace the whole floor or sections, The engine is supposed to be a 283 57 Chevy bored out to 301 which was done a lot back in the 60's it has a 4speed with Hurst shifter, the reverse is a wrench welded which is neat. The rear end is a 55 posi 411 supposed to be, the lens was broken on the50 Pontiac tail light assembly, I bought new ones, I bought a gage cluster it has tan back ground I could not find black but it fills the hole. I put new tires on the original chrome reverse wheels I had from the 60's. The back wheels are Chevy rally wheels. The car was parked inside since 95 but the damage had been done by sitting outside before that. I started on the car but my Health is keeping me from working on it. I have extra parts two front fenders, a hood, bumpers, chrome hood springs, bumper brackets one bumper is bent but it could be fixed and re-chromed this would be nice as a Rat Rod, but they are worth money if you can find them. The last picture was from 1987 it had been sitting outside that's where the floors got rusted.
10/7/19 I relisted this item since then I put some metal on the floor you can leave it or replace the entire floor with a repo your choice. The car has the 1950 Pontiac tail lights in they are not hooked up just bolted in.