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For Sale: 1941 Ford Super Deluxe Survivor

Guest Rick001

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This is an original, true survivor, 1941 Super Deluxe, 4 dr. Sedan. This car has been sitting for over 25 years in an Ohio museum. The present owner bought the car to bring it back to a useful driving condition. The interior is in excellent original condition, including the rear rug, and headliner. It appears that the car had a partial repaint sometime in its life, but you have to look hard to find it. There is no rust on this car. This car has the original factory radio delete cover, factory variable speed vacuum wipers, yes they work, accessory heater and cowl vent that works, clock. Everything on this car is fully functional and operating. The present owner had extensive work performed to make sure it could be driven with confidence. The brakes were completely refurbished, and suspension and steering inspected and attended to accordingly. New www radial tires, for better driving. The engine compression was checked, all equal. All fluids changed. All cooling hoses and fuel hoses replaced. Gas tank flushed and fuel sender replaced, fuel pump replaced, carburetor replaced, and engine tuned to perfection. The electrical system was updated to a 12 volt with an alternator, electronic ignition was installed for reliability, there were directional signals installed and incorporated into the original light fixtures so as to appear stock, for safety. The original glass is in good condition. All door window channeling and fuzzy seals were replaced, vent window seals and gears were replaced, and the original pot metal gears were decomposed from age. All door weather-stripping, trunk weather-stripping was replaced, all window regulators, door latches, and locks were serviced and adjusted and are fully operational. The gauges and wood grained dash are in excellent condition and operational. Seat belts were added for additional safety. The front rubber floor mat and trunk mat were replaced because the original ones had dried out and were crumbling. This car is a great driver and looks as original, can qualify for an HPOF class. All the original distributor, generator and regulator go with the car if you should wish to go back to the 6volt system. All the hard work and expense has been done. All you need to do is get behind the wheel, drive and look good.

The condition of this car is outstanding. Museum cars are usually up kept for appearance, not for functionality. Yes there are the usual nicks and scratches you would expect to find, the interior also has the usual wear marks and spots. This is a car with a lot of character. For pictures: RicksKlassics@aol.com or 732-890-0084 $12,500.

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