The stylish 1937 Ford is a popular platform for custom hot rods and race cars, the engines commonly replaced with small-block Chevy V8s, such as the Pick of the Day
The stylish 1937 Ford is a popular platform for custom hot rods and race cars, the engines commonly replaced with small-block Chevy V8s, such as the Pick of the Day, a 1937 Ford Tudor “slantback,” listed on ClassicCars.com.
The 383 small block powering the Ford that has been fitted with TPI fuel injection and is mated to a Turbo 350 automatic transmission. Power is put to the ground with a Ford 8-inch rear-end.
Other highlights include a vintage four-inch drop axle, power front disc brakes, and a Flaming Rover 525 steering box. A US radiator keeps the engine cool while a Vintage Air unit keeps the driver and passengers cool.
The interior features two-tone custom ultra-gray leather highlighted by the extended dashboard and Flaming River tilt column.
Other features include power windows and a stereo system complete with an audio file to play V8 sounds, compatible with IOS applications. The car has remote start.
The exterior of the 1937 Ford is all steel with shaved doors, trunk and hood, seen in vibrant PPG Perfect Purple atop a set of American Racing Torq Thurst II wheels.
According to the listing, the car is offered for $49,500 by a private seller from Paso Robles, California who notes the odometer reads 1,275 miles and the car is in running condition.
To view this vehicle listing on ClassicCars.com, see Pick of the Day