The 1947 Ford Super Deluxe woody wagon greatly resembled the popular 1946 model, with a few styling changes. The grille was slightly modified and the red tracer paint was removed from it, a hood-mounted emblem was added and circular parking lights were placed below the headlights.
The Super Deluxe woodie was Ford's most expensive model in 1947, costing $3,520 new. It was powered by the legendary 239 cubic-inch flathead V-8 that developed 100 horsepower. Standard luxury items included armrests on all doors, passenger assist straps, chrome window moldings, a horn ring and two sun visors.
The 1947 woodies had an eight-passenger capacity; they were equipped with removable rear and middle seats. They featured a metal dash with a Maplewood grain finish, mahogany inside door panels and outside door panels of a mahogany and birch combination.