All the right vintage charm with a bit modern flair that’s what attracts you to this 1941 Ford Tudor Sedan. So be on the lookout for all the right details and investments on this interesting and affordable classic.
Features like the modern blue paint, half-chrome headlights, and updated wheel covers give this pre-war Ford some hot rod-style appeal. And so it goes especially well with the fastback profile. But take some time to dig a little deeper. Look at how the trim line is complete from the nose to the end of the rear fender. Not only is it a great styling touch, but the quality of the body makes this look like an unbroken line across the whole profile. Even the bumpers are bright and correct. And as you keep digging, you see all the right details still in place like the V8 Deluxe badging up front to the Art Deco taillights. And so it’s this mix of updated style with a solid vintage base that really makes this one a standout.
The interior nails the period-correct appearance. But from the first moment you feel the texture of the door panels, headliner, carpeting and cloth seats, you know there has been a much more recent investment. The metal dash has been repainted in the correct glossy wood-like appearance they did back then, and even the dual-spoke steering wheel retains it bright ornamentation and Ford logo horn cap. So this one provides the perfect vintage atmosphere where everything looks correct and feels confident.
Under the hood is the blue oval’s famous 239 cubic-inch flathead V8. Those who know Fords recognize that this motor was not available in these coupes until after WWII. Plus, this was upgraded to an alternator and 12-volt electrical system. The extra power and reliability this package provides continues this car’s theme of delivering nice upgrades without losing its vintage charm. After all, the oil bath air cleaner, dual radiator hoses, and bright bolts of the iconic flathead are the classic elements that we all instantly recognize. Out on the road, the column-shifted three-speed manual transmission and glasspack style dual exhaust let you enjoy this V8 classic power to the fullest. And the upgrade to modern radial tires and front disc brakes are the kind of features you’ll love if you enjoy driving your classic.
Complete with owner’s manual, 1941 is always an interesting year to own. It was the last full production year before WWII. But more than just a history lesson, all the upgrades to this ’41 Ford prove it’s the perfect one for Sunday drives. Don’t miss out, call today!
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