Chassis Num: 5222850
Henry Ford introduced his V8 engine in 1932 during difficult economical conditions of the Great Depression. In true Henry Ford fashion, it was to be produced in large numbers and at a low cost. A new version of the V8 was introduced in 1936; by now....[continue reading]
This vehicle is a 1939 Ford Deluxe Woody Wagon painted in Washington Blue with a chocolate brown interior. It is an original 8 passenger woody with rear seats in excellent condition. It has been treated to a frame-up restoration with the entire woo....[continue reading]
Chassis Num: 185024182
This Ford Deluxe Station Wagon is constructed of Birdseye Maple. The 'Birseye' is in reference to its grain patter, resembling a sea of tiny, swirling 'eyes'. It is not a species of tree, but a condition that arises from complex causes and known to o....[continue reading]
Chassis Num: 18-5044477
Ford produced 6,155 DeLuxe Wagons in 1939. They wore lumber harvested at Ford's own timber mill in Iron Mountain, Michigan. This example has been given a ground-up restoration in Washington Blue. There are rubber running board covers, rides on wide w....[continue reading]
The Ford DeLuxe was produced from 1937 through 1940. The styling was influenced by Edsel Ford and borrowed many cues from the Lincoln Zephyr. One of the more noticeable Zephyr influences was the oval headlights that were incorporated into the front fenders. Other front-end features were V-shaped grille and vertical bars. The 221 cubic-inch eight-cylinder engine was carefully hidden under the sweeping bonnet. The 85 horsepower that was produced was sent to the rear wheels through a three-speed manual transmission. The four-wheel hydraulic brakes brought the vehicle to a stop.