1937 Ford Custom Will Pamper You

Steven Symes

Buying this car means enjoying comfort and performance in one.

If you’re looking for a fun car that’s also easy to live with, this 1937 Ford Custom is something to consider. Modified to be the street rod of your dreams, it combines a hard-hitting Chevy Small Block crate engine with tons of interior comforts. Take this on your next classic cruise or on that road trip you’ve always fantasized about doing, because this car is absolutely perfect for an unforgettable excursion.

Even though the build on this Ford Coupe Street Rod was done way back in 1997, it’s obvious this car has been cared for closely since. All around, the custom paint job looks fantastic With Orange Copper and White, plus purple graphics down both sides. Everything on the exterior looks smooth, plus this thing rolls on some aggressive, unique wheels you don’t see all the time.

Pop the hood and you’ll be starting at a Chevrolet Performance ZZ4 350ci V8 crate engine. As perhaps the most popular crate motor ever, there are plenty of parts and upgrades if you ever decide this car needs to make more power. In its present state this thing gets going in a hurry, making any drive far more entertaining. In addition, this engine is quite reliable, so hitting the open road won’t induce anxiety, something you can’t always say about classic rides.

The gray interior is almost shockingly modern, with well-padded seats donated from a much newer car, fresh carpeting, and very nice upholstery for the headliner and door panels. A big center console has been installed, so you can use it to store whatever you need and to rest your tired arm while driving. White-faced gauges sit in a custom dash where there are also controls for the air conditioning. The aftermarket steering wheel has tilt adjustment. Other modern conveniences include tinted windows, cruise control, power windows, and an AM/FM radio with a CD player.

If you want more detailed information about this Ford or to make an offer, contact Classic Auto Showplace directly.

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