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1937 Ford Deluxe “All Weather" 4-Door Convertible Sedan

Model Year History Overview:
In 1937 Ford adopted all-steel construction for its closed bodies discarding the fabric roof insert of the past.  Evidence of streamlining was ample in the handsome new styling.  Headlamps were now incorporated into the front fenders, the grille was stretched and sloped backwards at the top, and fine horizontal bars decorated the front end and hood sides. The result was one of the best looking cars of the decade; even President Franklin DeLano Roosevelt bought a four-door convertible sedan, like this car, to use at his Warm Springs, Georgia retreat.  In 1937 Ford offered two 4-door convertible models:  an “All Weather” and a “Phaeton”.  The “All Weather” had roll-down windows. In a year of questionable styling throughout the industry, Ford was a stand out.
This is a very rare ’37 Ford 4-door All Weather convertible.  Approximately 200 of these vehicles still exist.  It was restored in the ‘70s and was an AACA National First Place Winner.  The AACA oval emblem is still attached to the front grille.
This car was re-painted from Adobe Tan to Washington Blue in 2006.
Total 1937 Ford Car Production:            41,228
Total 1937 Convertible Sedan Production: 4,373
MSRP:  $6,256.80

Stock Number: C 44

1937 Ford Deluxe “All Weather” 4-Door Convertible Sedan

VIN Number:    M18401479
Date of Manufacture:  N/A
Assembly Plant:  N/A
Exterior Color:  Washington Blue
Convertible Top:  Tan Canvas
Interior Trim:  Brown Vinyl
Engine:  221 CID Ford Flathead V-8
85 Horsepower  Bore/Stroke:  3.06’ x 3.75”
Transmission:  3 Speed Manual Floor Shift
Equipment:

  • AM Radio
  • Clock On Glove Box
  • Roll-Down Side Windows
  • 3-Position Convertible Top
  • Dual Chrome Outside Mirrors
  • Wide Whitewall Tires
  • Road Lamps
  • Wheel trim Rings

Wheelbase:  112.0 inches
Weight:  2,861 LBS

Stock Number: C 44

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