1941 Ford Super Deluxe Sedan Coupe
Jim's Classic Garage is proud to feature this 1941 Super Deluxe Sedan Coupe. For those familiar with how cars are rated, this vehicle would be a hard two (a number one being museum quality). That means the car is in fine condition with a superior restoration.
Engine/Running Gear: 1951 Mercury motor with Offenhauser heads and four-barrel intake manifold. New Carter AFB four-barrel carburetor (same as Edelbrock carburetor) supplied by an electric fuel pump. The motor is mated to a C-4 automatic transmission. The rear end is an 8-inch Ford Mustang.
Cooling System: New Walker radiator with Cool-Flex hoses on top and new hoses on the bottom. Mounted to the radiator is a Cooling Components electric fan with shroud. It works with a manual switch through a relay. The cooling system has recently been flushed and new anti-freeze mixed with water was put into the new radiator.
Suspension/Brakes: Front end is a Heidt’s Mustang II equipped with eleven-inch disc brakes and a front sway bar. Rear brakes are the Mustang drum brakes. Brakes have a remote power booster. The rear suspension is parallel leaf springs. Bolt pattern is late Ford on all wheels. Wheels are Rushforth Concepts from Wheel Vintiques with ‘41 caps and ’50 Ford trim rings. The wheels are 18x7 front and 19x9 rear. Tires are BFG radial wide whites (225x70 rear and 185x70 front) and have about 500 miles on them.
Body/Interior: The body is a super rust-free body with fresh Mayfair Maroon lacquer paint. All stainless trim is excellent and fender beading was recently replaced. The car has tinted glass and the front and rear window gaskets were replaced. The side glass gaskets looked recent so they were not replaced. The interior is a custom interior by Barry Ward in Sacramento, California. It is done in a tweed cloth with leather inserts and all in excellent condition. The trunk is also upholstered in the same material and carpet. The trunk seal was replaced at the same time as the window gaskets.
The battery is mounted in the trunk along with a 10-disc CD changer and amplifier. The CD/Cassette control unit is mounted in the glove box. Several speakers are hidden behind the upholstery. The entire unit is Kenwood brand.
The electrical system is 12-volt and has all new wiring which terminates through an Enos panel mounted on the inside of the firewall. Steering column is an Ididit chrome unit with Lokar linkage going to the transmission. Column is equipped with turn signals and emergency flashers. The steering wheel is a Grant Banjo wheel. Windshield wipers are electric from Newport Engineering.
For the right offer we will include the original white wall tires with wheels.
Everything works well on this car and it comes with "Jim's Personal Guarantee." Shipping is included with a full-price offer.
Please call Jim at (206) 406-1313.