1941 Ford


Super Deluxe, Convertible

Mike Rick

Having owned numerous other hot rods and street rods over the years, when I went looking for this car I was clearly looking for a lager car than most 30’s era car. My wife (Missy) and I, love to drive our cars putting on thousands of miles every summer, and the confines of our previous ’34 Ford proved to feel rather cramped on extended road trips. When the ’41 came up for sale, I already knew it was a quality car, as it had been previously awarded “Street Rod of the Year” by the MSRA (Minnesota Street Rod Association). What drew me to the car, was first it was a convertible… I just like them. Then it was a very clean solid body, and was intentionally built to be a good reliable driver. Custom features on the car include: shaved door handles, nosed, decked, bumpers eliminated, custom mirrors, etc. and all help give the car a sleek, smooth overall appearance.

The independent front suspension, 9-inch Ford rear axle, and the 350/350 engine/transmission combination are all proven solid performers and guaranteed miles of trouble free driving.

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8 Responses to “1941 Ford”

  1. Rocky

    The convertible looks great the beautiful car sounds like you and your wife have a great time keep up the good rides.

  2. Mauricio O'Neill

    Look nice and clear something I would drive around the block.