|Number of Cylinders:||8|
|Drive Side:||Left-hand drive|
|Warranty:||Vehicle does NOT have an existing warranty|
|Car location:||Lockhart, Texas, United States|
|For Sale By:||Private Seller|
Up for Auction is a 1939 Ford Deluxe Mild Custom. The
Car Started out as a Nicely painted Street Rod, as seen in the last pic. When i
found it, it had been part of a Shop Fire, due to a propane tank explosion. The
car suffered a lot of damage , but was saved due to being half in and half out
of the shop. So the story goes.
Since the top of the car took most of the heat damage, i
decided to make it a convertible, and chopped the windshield to give it better
proportions. The fire had exposed very bad body " metal work " as seen in a few
pics. I decided to leave it as a testament to what paint and bondo can cover if
one is not careful. The body, in my opinion is worry free and has a brushed on
clear coat, and makes for a very fun and carefree car to drive. The passenger
door has rust out along the bottom. The windshield is lexan. I will include a
good stock height chrome windshield frame with the car. There is an Appleton 112
Spotlight mounted as seen.
The drive train consists of all the street rod stuff.
The list is as follows.
Small Block Chevy V8 350 and 700R Transmission.
Edelbrock 600CFM carburetor and Electronic Distributor with Hot Coil. New
alternator and starter.
The rearend is a Mustang 8".
The front suspension is a Mustang II with disc brakes.
And new Upper and Lower Control Arms, and Coil Springs. Manual Rack and Pinion
steering connected to a 1946 Ford Steering Column and wheel.
New Brake master cylinder and booster, along with ALL 4
wheel cylinders and brake lines .
The tires are 6.00-16 Firestone Whitewalls mounted to
Early Dodge 16" 4.50 Small Ford bolt pattern wheels. A pair of 16" Lyon Wheel
Covers are mounted.
The front seat is an original 1939 Ford split bench seat
with good upholstery. The rear is custom made to fit the space behind the front
seat. It is perfect for average size adults. There are 4 sets of seatbelts in
The Fuel Cell is mounted in the trunk and holds 11
gallons , with a functioning sender.
The radiator was left alone since it was not damaged. An
electric fan however, was added. The car does not get hot even in Texas Summers.
All 3 gauges under the dash tell the story, Fuel, Temp,
Oil. The original gauges in the 1940 dash are just for looks.
In my opinion this car is a great driver, due to the
extensive parts that were already under the car. Everything that was either
Aluminum, Plastic, Rubber, or cloth has been replaced. That includes everything
mentioned, Brake lines, Fuel Lines, Wiring, Gaskets, Seals, Engine Mounts,
The Vintage Suit Cases are just for staging.Clear TEXAS Title in my name. This car is ready to go !
Please feel free to ask any questions. I will answer
them as best as i can. Happy bidding. I will gladly assist with shipping
arrangements. On Sep-30-19 at 17:03:19 PDT, seller added the following information:The Reserve has been Lowered as of 9-30-19
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