The Ford The Sportier Cabriolet 1938 is a classic machine and a timeless icon that still has a place in todays automotive market. Its a timeless classic and a sure bet for a collector who desires a classic car from the 1930s. This Cabriolet presents a striking profile. All eyes are drawn to its distinctive two-tone exterior finish: Monochrome White with Pine Green highlights. Its unmistakable art-deco fender-skirts perfectly illustrate the style and grace that made the 30s-era of automotive production so revered. The interior has enough room for four passengers to stretch out and enjoy the ride. The plush, tan leather upholstery is a great complement to the simple dashboard with its chrome-accented, round gauges. The steering wheel is big and simple, perfect for precise control around town. The Ford The Sportier Cabriolet 1938 has a tried-and-true engine. A 93-horsepower, 4.2-liter flathead V8 brings this machine to life with a distinctively throaty rumble. Additionally, the 3-speed manual transmission makes it exciting to drive gear shifting can be done manually or automatically, depending on the drivers preferences. This high-style convertible carries its length of just under 16-feet with great poise. The 12-volt system powers its round-top headlamps and sleek bumperettes, which add to the vehicles unique look. The perfectly balanced weight distribution combined with the classic suspension system gives the Cabriolet a comfortable ride on the open road. The Ford The Sportier Cabriolet 1938 was one of the most beautiful machines of the day. Its iconic style and timeless elegance make it an ideal choice for collectors who appreciate stylish vehicles from the 1930s. Its modern components and timeless looks make it a great choice for those who appreciate classic cars with modern amenities and engineering.
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