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1940 Ford Deluxe for sale - Morgantown, Pennsylvania

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FOR SALE: 1940 Ford Deluxe $91,500 USD
Morgantown, PA

Interior Color:

Exterior Color:
Kona Blue

1940 Ford Deluxe The clean styling of Ford\'s 1940 offerings was one factor that drove sales to more than five hundred thousand units, a jump of more than fifty percent over the previous year. Part of this popularity could no doubt have been attributed to Eugene Bob Gregorie\'s influence on the stylists who penned this design while he was chief of Ford\'s design department, a post that he held from 1935 to 1943. It was a freshening up of a styling concept first introduced in 1939 by the addition of a new front end design. Sealed beam headlights were offered for the first time by the automaker on the 1940 model. Aside from being a major safety improvement, their design contributed considerably to the new look. For consignment, a 1940 Deluxe coupe hot rod if you will, and in very tasteful form. The design was so wildly popular among hot rodders, Ford actually sold the rights to the design in later years so they could be reproduced in fiberglass. This car is all metal, retains its beautiful bulbous design, running boards, and nice chrome abounding. Built by our consignor from front to rear and top to bottom with heat & AC, electronic fuel injection, and wait for it....a modern 5.0 Liter Coyote crate engine....a breath of fresh air here in our Hallowed Halls of Classic Auto Mall. Exterior All steel, bathed in very nice Kona Blue Metallic paint, adorned with near perfect chrome and brite-work, we have a rolling work of Art Deco art. Very little was left unturned on this restoration/redux, as the lines are straight, gaps are really nice, and steel is straight. The original lines have been retained throughout the car and it looks just fab. The large teardrop shaped, visored sealed beam 1939 Ford headlamp bezels flank a horizontal ribbed curved V grille and tall beaked hood center. A nice chromed spear works its way back on either side along the beltline of the slightly curved sides. Black texture finished running boards are down low and connect the curvy bulbous fenders perfectly. At the gracefully curved rear of this car, we see 2 V shaped Sergeant stripe like tail lights almost getting lost in the deep field of dark blue paint but managing to hold their own. Polished and gleaming American Racing Torque Thrust wheels in 17 and 18-inch format keep this rodder firmly grounded and are wrapped in 225/45ZR17\'s and 275/40ZR18\'s respectively. Interior A swing of the door, and we shake hands with red custom leather stitched tuck and roll and smooth panels playing together to make up the door panels. Shiny door handles are within this field of red leather and not a mark on them and we note the wood grain painted sill surrounding the window opening. Slipping inside, late model Nissan wide tuck and roll stitched and heavily bolstered leather buckets are in the door panel matching red. These chairs are nice and wide with neatly curved backs, so they offer up plenty of room. A wood rimmed banjo style steering wheel sits atop a polished adjustable column and fronts the dash, which is now covered in more wood burl painted steel and highlighted in front of the driver by a modern white face gauge pod, and LCD odometer and trip. In the center of the dash is a chrome speaker grille with the Vintage AC heat/AC control just below. Various knobs grace the dash and in front of the passenger is the factory clock mounted within the glovebox. Very nice black carpeting floods the floor, and a custom console rains down from the dash holding the digital AM/FM/USB/Bluetooth & backup camera equipped touch screen stereo, power window toggles, and short-armed shifter with a leather boot and knob topper, and a black topper. Wonderfully comfy and ergonomically laid out for the most discriminating hot rod driver! A shout out to the trunk which is also dressed up to the nines in black carpeting and red leather side panels and has the battery within its confines. Drivetrain A flip of the bulbous hood, and we are met with a shocking


  • Price$91,500 USD
  • Odometer2200
  • Body Stylecoupe
  • Stock #4782

Price History

Original Price$91,500
Listed Price$91,500

Excluding price changes of less than $100.

About This Dealership:

6180 Morgantown Road
Morgantown, PA

Classic Auto Mall is a world class consignment house located in southeastern Pennsylvania with indoor showroom space for up to 1,000 collectable and special interest vehicles offered for sale. We are conveniently located just west of Philadelphia.

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