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1941 Ford Super Deluxe 57248 Miles BLACK 239ci V8 3-Speed Manual

Make: Ford
Model: Other
Type: --
Trim: --
Year: 1941
Mileage: 57248
VIN: 607249
Color: Black
Engine: 239ci V8
Fuel: Gasoline
Transmission: Manual
Interior color: Beige
Vehicle Title: Clear
Item location: Local pick-up only

1941 Ford Other -- Additional Info:

GR Auto Gallery is pleased to present this pristine 1941 Ford Super Deluxe! This immaculate vehicle comes in a brilliant black paint job complimented by a clean beige interior. As the old Ford adage goes, you can have any color you want as long as its black. Powering this historic vehicle is a 239 cubic inch 8 cylinder motor mated to a 3 speed manual transmission. Upgrades to the 239 motor include an Offenhauser intake and heads as well as... a Fenton exhaust. A full restoration is believed to have been completed on this vehicle. One look at this fantastic Ford and you'll agree. Features of the Ford include front disc brakes, working heat and stereo system. This vehicle comes to us from a private collection. As such it has always been properly maintained and stored. War era Fords are becoming increasingly rare and collectible. Especially ones in this condition. So, don't miss your chance to scoop this one up, because you may never find another like it. Please contact us today for more information. The Ford car was thoroughly updated in 1941, in preparation for a time of unpredictability surrounding World War II. Fords for 1941 were much more modern with a wide body that nearly covered the running boards. The front and rear fenders were still pronounced, but were now integrated more into the body and the headlights were pushed all the way up and out over the front wheels. The 1941 grille was a three-part affair with a tall center section bookended by twin kidneys low on the fenders and vertical bars all around. The 1941 was a bigger car with a 194.3-in overall length. Body styles included two-door and four-door sedans, a sedan coupe, a business coupe, and convertible coupe, sedan delivery wagon, and woody station wagon. The pickup truck continued with the 1940 standard Ford styling.