1937 Ford Custom

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FEATURES INCLUDE:

Complete Rotisserie Restoration


Steel Body (except Fenders and Hood)


Factory Vin # Titled as a 37 Ford


ZZ4 Crate 350 Balanced- Approx. 400 HP


Street Demon Carburetor


Edlebrock Intake


Griffin Aluminum Radiator


Rossler Built Shiftable TH 350 Transmission 


Lokar Shifter


Fully Boxed and Powder Coated Frame


9" Ford Rear End


Heidt IFS with Power Rack and Pinion


Front Disc Brakes


Painless Wiring


Leather and Suede Interior


Chrome Steering Column with American Racing Steering Wheel


American Racing Wheels w/ Goodyear Eagle Tires


Vintage Air  Air Conditioning System


Power Brakes


Power Steering


Power Windows


Power and Heated Seats


Sony and Auto Sound 1000 Watt Stereo System


I Pod Connector


Retractable Trunk Light


Full Notebook of Brochures for All Components 

 

 

 

We are extremely proud to showcase this awesome 37 Ford. This is one of the nicest street rods we've seen.   This car is extremely well built. While doing the video we were very impressed by the quality of everything in the car. The Vintage Air works very well and blows really cold. All of the VDO gauges work, and the car is very quiet inside.  It was 100+ degrees when we did the video, and the car ran at 189 degrees with the A/C running the entire time we were out.  This car would be a pleasure to take on a long trip.   

The car looks great inside and out.   Step into the professionally done interior and the very comfortable bucket seats, turn on the a/c and the stereo and cruise to the nearest show or just take your girl to dinner.   We know the car was built in Ohio, but don't know the actual builder. Whoever it was, did an outstanding job.   There have only been 3925 miles put on the car since the build.   The stereo control panel was built into the console between the seats. This kept the dash clean and looking somewhat original.   The spacious trunk will hold folding chairs, and much more.   The trunk is neatly finished and the panel in the back comes off to reveal all of the fuse panel and stereo wiring.

There is a custom fit bra for the front of the car with it's own carry case.   There is a really cool light in the trunk. It pulls out and extends about 3 feet and then winds back up.    The ZZ4 350 engine site in the well detailed engine compartment. Everything was neatly done.   The paint is very nice. From the receipts we believe the car was built from 2000 to 2004. There have been many upgrades done along the way. Some items were added in 2006 and later.

The undercarriage is extremely nice. You can see the workmanship in the build.    There is a pull knob on the dash to turn on this back up beeper.    We do not know the actual gear ratio of the rear end, but the car cruises very nicely at normal highway speed.   The Heidt independent front suspension looks like it was just installed. This undercarriage reflects the low mileage.    The American Racing Wheels are wrapped in Goodyear Eagle tires. P255/60R17s in the rear and P195/60R15s in the front.

If you get to our showroom, make a point to stop at McGee's Country Store. Owned by the McGee family since 1976, they have the greatest food in the area and their fried pies are to die for!   The paint on this 37 is in very good condition. There are 2 chips which we will show in the pictures.   Notice the reflection of the inside sill plate on the running board.   The Ohio builder had a sense of humor.   This chip is on the edge of the hood and is actually very small.

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