1941 Ford Coupe For Sale

Classic Car Facts

1941 Ford CoupeAll steel ... New 350 SBC crate motor ... 300 HP ... TH-350 Automatic ... Stunning custom 4-seat interior ... Power steering ... Disc brakes ...

Talk about eye appeal!  This all-steel 1941 Ford Coupe features custom paint with seven different colors, with primary contrasting colors of Metallic Purple and White.  Its finish has a beautiful luster.  Also adding distinction are its frenched 1959 Cadillac taillamps, shaved doors operated by Dakota digital door poppers, and side-ported dual exhaustWeld Racing mags complete the look.

The custom interior of this looker is equally striking, featuring gray bucket seats with seating for four.  The Teal and Magenta accent stripe colors of the exterior carry neatly into the interior door panels and trunk compartment for a fully integrated look. You’ll also appreciate the convenience of its tilt steering wheel and custom center console, complete with a distinctive GM horseshoe shifter and storage bin.  In addition, an AM/FM/DVD/MP3 stereo will keep you entertained on those trips to the shows, and a full complement of AutoMeter gauges will keep you informed about what’s going on under the hood.

Powered by a new 350 CID SBC V-8 crate motor and a TH-350 automatic transmission with shift kit, this powertrain generates an impressive 300 horsepower.  Other mechanical upgrades include the following:

  • Edelbrock intake manifold
  • Holley 670 DP with mechanical secondaries & electric choke
  • Electric fuel pump
  • Stainless steel braided fuel line
  • Trunk mounted fuel cell
  • All aluminum radiator
  • Electric cooling fan
  • HEI distributor
  • Trunk mounted battery
  • Headers
  • Mustang II front suspension
  • Rack & pinion power steering
  • Ladder bar coilover rear suspension
  • Ford 9” rear end with 3:53 gears
  • 4-wheel disc brakes
  • Serpentine belt system

Having less than 2,000 miles on the engine, this car runs and drives as well as it looks.

Previously from Missouri, this Ford has been owned by the same retired gentleman for the past ten years and has never been raced.  It has always been stored in a heated garage and has been regularly maintainedReceipts for all work that has been done during his ownership will be provided with sale, as will a car cover and paint, should it be needed down the road.

One item of note is that the windshield wipers are not currently working, but the wiper motors function.  In addition, minor imperfections in the finish do not detract from the overall appearance of this car.

If a ready-to-go custom that will get the looks is what you desire, this 1941 Ford Coupe is the car for you!