1937 Club Cabriolet from £3098

Ford’s new model for 1937 looked similar to the 1936 models but was a completely new body. This was the first year for split windscreens and the headlights were blended into the front fenders for the first time.  On the engine front; Ford finally did away with the hopeless waterpumps in the cylinderheads and installed conventional waterpumps which actually worked. Also new for 1937 was the small V8 60 engine, however only 66 Cabriolets were sold with the economy engine.  The model 760-B Club Cabriolet from Murray sold for $760. A total of 8,001 examples hit the streets in 1937. This model is very popular in France where it can be fitted on the French Matford chassis. However any 112″ Ford chassis from 1935 up to 1940 can be used.

1937 Club Cabriolet from £2295

1937 Club Cabriolet from £2295

The car below is currently taking shape at Rodline's workshop. Based on a Rodline chassis this '37 Ford features a six cylinder Vauxhall drive train. A...
1937 Club Cabriolet from £2295

1937 Club Cabriolet from £2295

Ford's new model for 1937 looked similar to the 1936 models but was a completely new body. This was the first year for split windscreens and the headlights...
DescriptionPrice
Transmission tunnel £87
Dashboard£108
Front fenders and inner panels£425 (Pair)
Running boards£195 (Pair)
Rear fenders£234
Hood (bonnet) single skinned£202
Inner skin for hood£108
Hood (bonnet) sides£148 (Pair)
Carson roof£580
Boxed chassisFrom £2497
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