Here is a very nice and sharp 1939 Ford Standard Coupe that was frame off restored with some pics of the build. It was taken apart and painted the correct way. The frame was blasted and underside of car looks great. This is an all steel car rust free car. It is powered by a 350 Chevy engine that was rebuilt when restored about about 4 years ago. It has 3,734 miles on it. It has a 350 Turbo transmission that was put in new when restored. It has an electric fan to keep car running cool and a Eldebrock 4 barrel carb. It has stainless headers with Flowmaster dual exhaust that sound great. The bumpers are new. The Red and White color scheme looks great. All the exterior lights work as do the tag light and dash lights. The gas tank is new. It has power disc brakes with the booster mounted under the car. It does not have power steering. The interior was done in gray cloth and is nice. It has chrome tilt steering column with Billet Specialties leather wrapped steering wheel. The window cracks and inside door handle are Billet as well as is the armrest. The gauges are VDO gauges and they light up when you turn on the headlights. Vintage A/C was added with the controls being placed in the glovebox. It has a B&M floor shifter. The horn works as do the wipers. The windshield still rolls out. It has a limited slip 10 bolt rearend with 3:73 gears I think. The American Racing wheels look really good on this car. This car is really nice and was built right.