I have for sale a Ford 1941, four door sedan with suicide doors. It starts and runs great! This amazing WWII era car is ready to drive and enjoy NOW! It has never been crashed. The body integrity is incredible. There is no rust out. The paint and primer were just painted 3 years ago with period correct olive drab green.Interestingly, I suspect this car may have been a military army staff car. There is plenty of evidence to suggest this and I am happy to explain to serious potential buyers. But because we were unable to verify the actual wartime history, it is priced to sell as normal vintage classic 1941 Ford sedan. That makes this a terrific bargain for this very original car. Though, no means perfect, it’s very likely an amazing investment for someone who is willing to authenticate its potential historical value. And definitely a WWII memorabilia collector’s dream car!-excellent clutch and transmission-recent new radiator and cap-new fuel tank and fuel pump (electric) with a fuel return system to avoid vapor lock-new radial tires-recent front-end alignment and new front-end parts-just tuned and lubed-new wiper kit with rebuilt motor works great-excellent working brakes-working emergency/parking brake-new radiator-new fuel tank-new dual exhaust system-all lights in perfect working order including parking lights, head lights, brake, tail and emergency lights-windows and window handles in excellent working order-doors and door handles also in excellent working order-all gauges work, except the fuel gauge-new battery-new heavy duty roof rack-included for free is a replica blackout drive light (not mounted)-Oregon antique platesIn honor of the strong possibility of being a military army staff car, the car is designed to be a tribute to WWII Army Engineers. It is adorned with blue drab military markings. A real classic and a custom, one of a kind find on the market today!Thanks for looking!
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Location: Oregon City, Oregon, United States