In the late 1930s, Ford was at the peak of its glory, and their factories were in constant state of operation. The cars they make come in all shapes and sizes, from conventional 2-door coupes to crazy crazy roadster pickups.
These machines, which later became famous in Australia as “ute”, have never made a great impact in the US market. It is true that Americans have always loved the rear cargo containers, but they want to place them on larger, stronger bodies.
The stylish 1937 Ford roadster pickup
But this doesn’t stop the customizing industry from playing around with that interesting idea, and builders can let their imagination soar and produce designs like the 1937 Ford we have. see in the picture here. Belonging to a larger vehicle collection, this roadster pickup is being auctioned off in Arizona, USA.
The 5.73-liter V8 engine block of the car
Equipped with a small 5.73-liter V8 engine with an automatic transmission, the car runs on air suspension, wheels of different sizes at the front and back, and a favorite detail of the car, 9-inch long tail of Ford.
The side of the car is perforated to create space for the exhaust
The rear tail is long and protruding
Unlike any car made by Ford in the 1930s, the lower body of the car was made from fiberglass bent to perfection, and punched in the front of the rear wheel to create space for a system. exhaust system on the side.
Interior space of the car is simple but beautiful alligator leather
The body of the car is also covered with crocodile leather, respectively
Both the interior space and the car body are covered with fancy tanned crocodile car material that is extremely suitable. The interior of the car looks simple, but does not reduce the value of the car. Equip the seats, dashboard and dashboard are all stylish, and even the car has a Sony audio system hidden from sight.