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1941 Ford Super Deluxe Convertible

Model Year History Overview:
In 1941 a vast array of six and V-8 Specials, Deluxes and Super DeLuxes was offered.  Styling, if not entirely new in the middle was altered at each end.  There were wider and more integral front fenders, a busy grill composed of vertical bars, a chromed-up hood, and larger rear fenders.  1941 was the first year for Ford to offer a six-cylinder engine and it was a good one.  Its well-built flathead displaced 226 cid, more than the small V-8, for a horsepower increase of 50 percent.  The six-cylinder was rated at 90 hp while the V-8 was rated 85 hp.
This car was re-painted about 1988. It has a full-leather interior including the door panels.

Total 1941 Ford Car Production:       691,896
Originally Sold To: N/A
MSRP:  $946.00
Vehicle Mileage: 47,125 miles (Believed to be original)

Stock Number: C 77

1941 Ford Super Deluxe Convertible

VIN Number:  186504199
Date of Manufacture:  N/A
Exterior Color:  Black
Convertible Top:  Tan Canvas
Interior Trim:  Red - Full Leather
Engine: 221 CID Ford Flathead V-8 /  85 Horsepower / Bore/Stroke:  3.06” x 3.75”
Transmission:  3-Speed Manual Column Shift

  • AM Radio
  • Clock
  • Heater & Defroster
  • Turn Signals
  • Blue Dot Taillights Lenses
  • Power Top
  • Fog Lamps
  • Ford Script Exhaust Tip
  • Grill Guard
  • Fender Skirts
  • Wheel Trim Rings & Beauty Rings w/Hub Caps
  • Ford Script Wide Whitewall Tires

Wheelbase:  114.0 inches
Weight:  3,187 LBS

Stock Number C77

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