You are looking at a 1938 ford that belongs to a customer of ours. This car has been in his possession for about 3 years. I believe the car was restored some time in the 90s and was a very nice restoration. Car still shows like it was finished last year. With very nice paint and no rust bubbling or signs of major rust for that matter. In the time my customer has owned the car we (Avenue imports and Classics) converted it to 12 volt replaced the tires with new radial coker tires that look like bias ply tires and best of all installed a rebuilt t5 manual transmission. Car now drives down the highway at speeds of 80 plus with no overheating issues and stops as good as any 1940 ford would be expected to as the brakes have been upgraded to 1940 juice brakes. Please feel free to ask any questions or come view the car in person. (561[hidden information]
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