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1940 Ford Woody Station Wagon This 3-owner, all-original 1940 Ford Woody Station Wagon was virtually untouched for over 30 years after it was purchased in Orange County, California in 1940. This American classic station wagon carries with it all the ambiance of the popular surf culture it now represents. This California treasure was rarely driven when it made its way into Nick Macaluso's revered car collection in the 1970's, adding to his existing assemblage of more than 50 cars. Nick purchased the car from the original owner in Orange County. Nick had the car painted at that time and the interior was restored by Ken Perry who worked for Nick for many years. Nick and his wife went to many auto shows where this beautifully maintained Woody Station Wagon was praised by spectators for its charm and character. Little restoration work was required for this Woody to be in "show quality" condition due to its limited use and incredible state. This Woody was so beloved that it was the official wedding car for Nick's son, Jeff and his wife Melanie in 1989. Gary Martin purchased the car in 2003 and begin a complete overhaul of the mechanics that included a new French flathead engine block and a suite of improvements that makes this 1940 Woody a worthy investment for any collector. Improvements that make this car a great driving experience include: * Fog lights * 6v tube radio * Heater * Custom cover * Rebuilt shock absorbers * Bendix brakes * Coker 600X16 white wall tires * 6-volt Optima battery inside the Ford battery case * Mattson custom radiator with fan shroud * Blueprinted and balanced engine by Jay Steel of Taylor Engines in Whittier, CA * High-nickel cast French flathead engine block * SCT 4 inch stroke crankshaft

Year:  1980 or older
Miles:  15 000 - 19 999
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Category:  Cars
 |  Address:  Scotts Valley, California


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