1937 Ford Flatback 2 Door
ALL STEEL BODY!
Body modifications include:
Shaved door handles with poppers
Hidden door hinges
Rolled rear valance
Filled cowl vent
1939 Lincoln tail lights
V-butted flush fit windshield with tinted safety glass
Custom fuel door
Removeable hood side panels
.030 327 cu. in. 350 HP cam
700 R4 Overdrive automatic
Narrowed Jaguar independent rear suspension with 3:55 gearing
Frame & suspension:
New 2" X 5" steel tube frame
Z'd rear section
TCI front cross member
4 wheel power disc brakes / Wilwood Front disc brakes
Rear inboard Jaguar disc brakes
Shockwave shocks with Air Ride suspension
17" front & 20" rear American Torque Thrust polished alloy rims
Radial Kumo tires
Italian leather seats & door panels
German square weave carpet
Overhead JVC 7" screen, AM/FM disc, navigation
Power windows (operated by stock window handles)
Vintage electric gauges
Vintage air conditioning with heat & defrost
Working dual wipers
Show paint by Ray Bremner @ Rays Custom Paint, Maple Ridge, B.C.
Mike Lavallee inspired "True Fire Flames"
Artwork by Curtis Hamm also of Maple Ridge, B.C.
There are street rods and then there are hot street rods.
If you like laying low and not being noticed, this is not the street rod for you!
Be prepared for long stops at the gas station or rest stop as people want to see this '37 up close.
It also shows well at any car meet.
These realistic flames have to be seen in person to truly appreciate!
It's HOT outside but stay COOL inside with the Vintage Air air conditioning.
This one of a kind '37 Ford was built to be a true show & go car.
Offered at well below build cost!
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Phone: (250) 730-2477
$ 67,900 Canadian
$ 52,000 U.S.
Location: Port Alberni, British Columbia V9Y 8T1
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