CONVERTIBLES AND SEDANS FROM THE 30’s & 40’s
1939 PLYMOUTH CONVERTIBLE
This rare 1939 Plymouth convertible has been garage kept since new and is
absolutely considered to be “one of the best”. It is equipped with the 6 cylinder
engine and 3 speed manual transmission. Additional equipment and accessories
include deluxe heater with defrost, chrome door guards, wheel trim rings, fog
lights, front bumper guard and white wall tires.
1949 FORD CUSTOM
This 1949 Ford Custom has been in the same family since 2007. It has had a
restoration from a 40,000 mile rust free original Tennessee car. Everything was
restored including the 6 volt wiring system. The present owner states it has an
original flathead V8 with standard shift. Runs and drives well.
1940 FORD 2 DOOR SEDAN
This 1940 Ford 2 Door Sedan has received a no expense spared restoration several
years ago. It has always been garage kept and still shows well. This beauty is in
great condition both mechanically and cosmetically and is equipped with the
whisper quiet flathead V8 engine and 3 speed manual transmission. Additional
equipment and accessories include heater, radio, clock, front and rear bumper
guards with wing tips, fog lights, wheel trim rings and white wall tires. The current
owner has had this car for approximately 10 years and states that the new owner
will not be disappointed.
1936 FORD DELUXE CONVERTIBLE
This 1936 Ford Model 68 Deluxe convertible is an outstanding example of
the breed and has been restored to a seldom seen standard. The current
Pennsylvania title issued in 2014 is branded as actual mileage reading 45,116 at
that time. The current odometer reading is 45,333. Of the nearly 20,000 open
body cars Ford sold that year, just 5,601 were convertibles, which were among
the most expensive of the range. This example was discovered by Ford expert
Jack Hogan, who purchased it from the long-time owner from Pocatello, Idaho.
During Mr. Hogan’s ownership, the car received the exacting restoration
it currently wears. 25
1939 FORD COUPE
This 1939 Ford Coupe has received updates including dual exhausts, 12 volt
electrical system, turn signals, seat belts and dual exterior rear view mirrors.
Extensive engine compartment chrome enhancements and detailing have also
been added. Purchase will include wide white wall tires and fender skirts to bring
this car back to original status.
1941 MERCURY TUDOR
This two owner was purchased new from Craig Motor Company of Gastonia, NC.
A plethora of maintenance has been completed to the car including new Bob
Drake gas tank, new sending unit, rebuilt original carburetor, new Eckler high
flow water pump, new thermostats, new top hoses, NOS coil and much more.
This Mercury runs and drives great!