1947 Ford Deluxe Coupe, chopped custom leadsled for sale
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1947 Ford deluxe coupe. Recent US import, has import approval. Roof has been chopped 5". Running gear is 289 motor, C4 transmission, 9" diff. Car will need a full ground up rebuild. Chassis: Original 1947 Ford chassis, parallel leaf spring conversion at rear, front has reversed eyes on spring. Disc brakes at front.Motor: 289 Ford small block, motor runs, no smoke / rattles etc.Body: Roof has been chopped 5". 1948 Oldsmobile front grille. Headlights frenched. Body is in average condition. Roof chop needs a little work. Has bog as can be seen in bare metal picture, mainly around lower portion of rear guards and boot. Car has rust, although not extensive. Boot floor will need replacing. Floors in decent condition otherwise. Paint is grey rust proofing paint over primer (done after pictures were taken). Bonnet and doors in good rust free condition. Bootlid is decent although lower portion has bog. Front guards good condition.Interior: Car has complete dash, window trim surrounds (unchopped), rear seat. No interior otherwise, no door trims, headlining, carpet etc. Glass will need to be cut, but reasonably straightforward as it's all flat glass, except rear window.Car comes with four brand new Goodyear Supercushion tyres, size 7.10 / 15, 4 1/4" whitewall. Set of 1952 Desoto hubcaps. Rechromed 1947 bumpers, front and rear. 1950 Lincoln rear taillights in good condition. Overall a decent start to a very desirable car. The plan was for an early 1950's style full custom along the lines of the Ayala and Barris built Ford coupes. Unfortunately don't have the time and budget to build the car the way I would like, and would rather pass it on to someone who does. Please, no timewasters or tyre kickers. No trades. Look at pictures, ask questions. Car is currently located in Malmsbury. Inspection available for serious buyers.$1000 deposit within 24 hours. Balance within 7 days, by bank deposit or cash. Not paypal.Thanks for looking!