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Ford Deluxe Convertible Sedan

Year: 1937|Ext: Cream|Int: Brown|$33,000|

This 1937 Ford Model 78 Deluxe Convertible Sedan is a great example of the breed. Of the nearly 20,000 open body cars Ford sold that year, just 4,378 were Convertible Sedans, which was among the most expensive of the range.

Finished in a lovely Medium Cream over Brown fresh leather and a light tan top, the paintwork is excellent with no dents or scratches. Details like the brightwork, chrome, and wheels are all finished to a similarly high standard. The factory deluxe wheels wear whitewalls to round out the outstanding presentation. Under-hood finishing and detailing is in very good order with a strong running V-8 engine.

Car received a full service including electrical fuel pump, carburetor, seat belts installation, windshield wiper service, new starter, new alternator, and brake services, making this 1937 Ford an excellent driver.

This rare and desirable Ford Deluxe Convertible Sedan is ready for enjoyment, touring, club events, and casual shows. We are pleased to offer this car for sale, and for more information on this or any other vehicle in our inventory, please contact Alex Ruozzi at RB Collection.

In the mid-1930s, Ford Motor Company was on a roll. The gorgeous Lincoln Zephyr enjoyed a point of pride as America’s first commercially successful streamlined car, and its revolutionary styling gradually trickled down through the rest of the product line. Standard Fords also enjoyed the distinction of having the first mass-market V8 engine. With their Zephyr-inspired prow and curvaceous fenders, 1936-37 Fords are considered to be the prettiest of the pre-war era. Credit for the design goes to Holden Koto of Briggs Manufacturing, the firm responsible for the engineering and construction of most of the bodies for Ford during this period. Mechanically, the car was primarily a carry-over from the 1935 models, but the new front end gave it the feel of an entirely new model. The Model 68 utilized Ford’s now-ubiquitous 221 cubic-inch flathead V8, mounted in a conventional ladder frame. The engine made 85 horsepower in stock form, with exceptional refinement and excellent road manners. Even today, these cars deliver outstanding performance and are a pure delight to drive thanks to the powerful engine, strong brakes, and supple ride.

  • Deluxe Convertible Sedan
  • Fully Serviced
  • Rare Model
  • Convertible