Lot:99 1939 Ford 2 Door Sedan
Museum and Pebble Beach Quality
Less than 200 miles since restoration
Always kept in climate controlled environment
Serviced and started weekly by collector’s personal mechanic. Gas kept fresh. Oil kept fresh. Battery kept current. During weekly inspections, starting and short drives, all components, whether it be lights, mechanical, leaks, A/C, power components, interior or exterior noise, tires, batteries, undercarriage or any other issue that may have presented itself was addressed and resolved on the spot. This car can be driven anywhere and any distance, just as if it were new.
Purchased from the Branson Auto & Farm Museum
Complete frame off restoration
Custom made boxed in frame
All metal, including stainless & chrome has been restored
Equipped with modern A/C and other upgrades this car can be driven anywhere and any distance, just like a new one.
This beautiful 39 Ford is powered by a completely rebuilt 350 along with a 350 Auto Transmission.
The interior has been re-done in beautiful 2-tone leather and a custom wood dash. Gauges are accented with metallic grey and clear, which matches the exterior.
Intro 5 spoke wheels with new Yokahama tires.
4 link suspension with a Mustang II front-end and 4-wheel disc brakes
Air Ride Suspension
Power Windows, Power Steering, Power Seats
Design credit for the 1939 Fords goes to Ford designer Bob Gregorie with other styling by Edsel Ford. Gregorie was a yacht designer and appointed head of Ford’s design department in 1935. Gregorie and Edsel worked closely together Edsel Ford died unexpectedly in 1943. It was during this era that Henry Ford began his exit from Ford.
The 1939 boasted a more stylish front end than before and it would be the last year of the floor shifted transmission until the 1955 Thunderbird. The 1939 Ford ended a decade of major change by Ford ushering in the 40’s.
Auction Estimate: $75,000.00 to $85,000.00
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