Stock with a Flathead, just the way I like it.
1941 FORD Super DeLuxe Club ConvertibleTop Line InformationYear:1941VIN:186708995Make:FORDStock:AW222Model/Trim:Super DeLuxe Club ConvertibleCondition:Pre-OwnedBody:ConvertibleExterior:Lochaven GreenEngine:FLAT HEAD 221 CU V8 90 HPInterior:Tan LeatherTransmission:3 SPEED MANUAL COLUMN SHIFTMileage:0Drivetrain:Rear Wheel DriveAdditional Photos* * * Click Photos to Enlarge * * ** * * Click Photos to Enlarge * * *Contact Ron BrownePhone: 918-622-8484Description1941 Ford Super DeLuxe Club Convertible Awesome Frame Off Restoration YES!! 1941 Ford Super DeLuxeClub ConvertibleFrame Off RestoredChoice Automobile******************************* For your consideration is this exceptional 41 Super DeLuxe Club Convertible.
Beautiful inside and out a nice quality restoration was performed a few years ago and still shows very well.
Nice quality, this car was photographed without being detailed.
Lochaven green with a LeBaron Bonney tan leather interior and top, one could not buy and build one of these to this quality for our price.
The woodgraining is done propertly, the plastic trim in the interior is new, knobs are new, carpets, top and interior were restored to factory quality and condition.
THE Correct 24 stud flat head V8 is here and it runs very well, indeed.
Converted to a 12 volt system including coil and generator, this car does everything right.
The Dietz fog lamps are not wired.
1941 was the first year for the power top and this one works nicely.
If you would like some under chassis pictures email me under ask seller a question with your email and I can send them out.
VERY VERY NICE CAR!! All convertible coupes in ’41 were Super DeLuxe.
The car needs to be driven and is begging for it.
The Super Deluxe has more chrome and stainless trim on the exterior than the other models, plus all manner of interior upgrades including a clock, choice of interior fabrics, “Kelobra” wood-grained dash and door moldings, and a smart Super DeLuxe horn ring.
Another feature was crank-controlled vent windows.
Super DeLuxe colors were Lochaven Green, Mayfair Maroon, Paradise Gray, Black, Harbor Gray, and Cayuga Blue.
This Super DeLuxe 1941 is Lochaven Green.The mid-range DeLuxe series listed a Tudor, Fordor, coupe, and woody wagon, but not a coupe sedan or convertible.
Colors were Black, Harbor Gray, and Cayuga Blue.
Predictably, the DeLuxe had less bright trim (no wheel trim rings, for example) and only the center grille was chromed.Prices for the 1941s ranged from $684 for the Special coupe six to $859 for the Super DeLuxe Fordor V-8 to $1,013 for the Ford Super DeLuxe V-8 wagon, the first Ford to top the $1,000 barrier since the 1930 Model A Town Car.
The new Ford Super DeLuxe averaged about $50 more than the regular DeLuxe model.
Owner’s manual included.