The Paint: PPG Candy Tangerine Pearl, base/coat, clear/coat
Composite Fiberglass body
The Engine: GM Crate 350 CID producing 300+ horsepower
The Transmission: GM Turbo 350 3 speed automatic
The Differential: GM 10 Bolt with 3.50:1 gear ratio
The Suspension: Tubular independent front
Power 4 wheel disc brakes with drilled and slotted rotors
The Interior: Complete floor to ceiling “Toffee” and black leather with custom Ostrich texture print contrasting through-out
The Dash: Clean, custom well placed easy to read VDO gauges, and in-dash vents
Custom “Vintage-Air” A/C and heat system
Polished tilt steering column with custom interior-matching billet steering wheel
Aftermarket Stereo system
“Air Ride Technology” front and rear air bag system fully controllable comfortably and safely from
Fully detailed undercarriage
Highly polished Boyd Coddington wheels. 18” up front, and 20” in back with B.F. Goodrich g-force T/A radial tires.
To start a conversation about this quality built, highly visual, and mechanically reliable “Show Car” would be to launch into a three hour discussion about a car that has won numerous Best of Shows, and first place awards for it's build quality just as much as it's amazing presence.
The reason I want to emphasize these traits on this particular car, is that most show cars that have been built to this level, are somewhat cumbersome to drive, and tend to be a little awkward to use in terms of their components.
This particular Coupe, although a well respected show car, is very user friendly, and I think that's important for the full enjoyment of such an investment.
When you step out into your shop or garage, your eyes will certainly be directed to this beautiful, spectacular car. You may just want to sit it in your living room.
If you like to win at the car shows, or drive a piece of art, or both, Take a good look at this incredible 1937 Ford Coupe. It's definitely a car to dream about.