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1939 Ford Deluxe “WOODY”
4-Door Station Wagon

History Overview:

Deluxe models were fully restyled for 1939, distinguished by a vertical stainless steel grille and clean front fenders with flush headlamps.  Prices were reduced $5.00 across the board.  Mechanical changes included column-mounted, instead of floor-mounted, gear shift and hydraulic, instead of mechanical brakes.  Henry had finally given on the last point, three years after Chevrolet and 11 years after Plymouth.  1939 was also the last year the station wagons had suicide rear doors.

For 1939 Ford station wagons continued to offer real wood for its siding. Ford Motor Company started building station wagons in 1935 at its wood processing plant in Iron Mountain, Michigan. This plant was later sold and continued to produce charcoal at this location.  Interestingly, a cousin by marriage and a collaborator with Henry Ford in the wood processing plant was named E.G. Kingsford.  “Kingsford” charcoal still grills our burgers, ribs, steaks, and chicken today.

  • First Year For Ford To Feature Lockheed Hydraulic Brakes
  • Last Year For Ford Vehicles To Offer A Rumble Seat
  • Last Year For Ford To Offer A 4-Door Convertible

Originally Sold To: N/A
Total 1939 Ford Car Production:  289,662
Total Deluxe Wagon Production:  6,155
Vehicle Mileage:  1 mile (Since Restoration)
Original MSRP:  $916.00

Stock Number: C 208

 

1939 Ford Deluxe “WOODY”
4-Door Station Wagon

VIN Number:  184962467
Exterior Color:  Claret Maroon w/Brown Leatherette Top
Interior Trim:  Brown Leatherette
Engine:  221 CID – Ford - FlatheadV-8
85 Horsepower
Bore/Stroke: 3.06”X 3.75”
Transmission:   3-Speed Manual Floor Shift

Equipment:

  • Factory Clock
  • Banjo Steering Wheel
  • Ford Accessory Locking Gas Cap
  • Ford-Script Exhaust Shield –on Tailpipe
  • Third Row Seat
  • Deluxe Hub Caps & Trim Rings
  • 6.00 X 16 “Ford Script” Wide Double-Sided Whitewall Tires

Wheelbase:  112.0 inches
Weight:  3,095 LBS
Vehicle Mileage:  1 mile (since restoration)

Stock Number: C 208

 

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