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- Super Deluxe
- Seller: streetsidenc
- Phone: 866-542-8392
This 1941 Ford Super Deluxe may just be the ultimate pre-WWII cruiser. After all, it takes a historically significant car and shows it off with a sleek style, awesome lines, and true nostalgia details. And with a fuel injected V8, overdrive transmission, and A/C interior, this classic also knows how to get you everywhere with a modern sense of ease.
Coupes always make for the most desirable classics, and the gloss on this car's deep red paint makes sure to highlight those sought-after curves. Like any other Ford of this era, you get great vintage details, like the two-piece windshield, chrome bumpers, and full-length trim that highlights the straightness of the sheetmetal. It only gets better on a 1941 coupe because these are truly special. They were a unique new design of the era. We'd be getting into WWII soon. But first Ford wanted to give us a distinct new style with a three-part grille, hidden gas cap, and almost completely eliminated running boards. And beyond vintage appeal, this one also gives it hints at being something more. The sport mirrors, 15-inch alloys, and bright dual exhaust tips clue you in to the more modern driver's car within.
The sea of red continues inside on a stylish look that's also updated with comfy velour upholstery. The restoration was completed about the mid-1990s, and so you can see some of that era in the details, like the AM/FM/cassette stereo and CB radio. But it's also part of this car's charm. That's because it has a good-looking total presentation from being under long-term care of one owner. Features like a wood-rimmed sports steering wheel, a full set of crisp VDO gauges, and cold-blowing R134a air conditioning continue to make it a fantastic driver.
Another part of this upgraded cruising attitude comes from a 350 cubic-inch V8 borrowed from another great cruiser: a 1990s Chevrolet Caprice. This was the later era where you have the desirable fuel injection right from the factory, so it makes for the kind of consistency they could have only dreamed of in 1941. And the four-speed automatic transmission means you have highway-friendly overdrive. The suspension was updated with A-arms in the front and a Camaro rear end. Plus, there's power steering, power brakes, and front discs.
This is a terrific cruiser that proves its desirability goes well beyond its historical significance. So don't miss out on an all-around awesome classic. Call today!!!