The 1942 Ford Fordor Staff Car Wagon is a classic American vehicle that brings back nostalgia of the 1940s. Standing at a height of 54, the car is compact and attention-deserving with its boxy body style and strong lines. The body is constructed from steel and painted with a glossy black finish. Its exterior is equipped with chrome accents and bumper guards that are complemented by the cars wide front fenders and running boards. Its exterior also adorns decorative pinstriping and a Ford script logo on the rear of the car. The car is equipped with a 3.7-liter V-8 engine that delivers 85 horsepower, enabling the car to reach a top speed of up to 82 mph. It also has a three-speed manual transmission to help with stopping and starting more efficiently. The cars mechanical features are complimented by its interior amenities. Turning the key reveals an interior that is comfortably appointed with grey leather upholstery and chrome hardware that adds to its historically accurate design. The cars interior includes a cigarette lighter, an optional radio, a jalousie window for ventilation, and an ashtray among other features. The car is equipped with a roomy trunk and a spacious back seat that provides ample room for passengers. Its high ground clearance and reliable V-8 engine helps the car power through uncharted terrain with ease. The Ford Fordor Staff Car Wagon is, without doubt, a timeless classic that offers a unique and unforgettable driving experience.
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