1951 Ford Country Squire Woodie Woody for sale in Ontario, California, United States

1951 Ford Country Squire Woodie Beautiful

  • Condition: Used
  • Make: Ford
  • Model: Country Squire Woodie
  • SubModel: Woody
  • Type: Station Wagon
  • Year: 1951
  • Mileage: 11,000
  • Color: Bowling Green
  • Engine size: 350 HO
  • Number of cylinders: 8
  • Power options: Air Conditioning, Power Locks, Power Windows
  • Fuel: Gasoline
  • Transmission: Automatic
  • Drive type: RWD
  • Interior color: Tan/Green
  • Vehicle Title: Clear
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1951 Ford Country Squire Woodie Woody Description

Complete Frame Off Restoration. Excess of $200,000.00 No bolt left UN-turned. Have pics of restoration
350 Chevrolet Crate HO Motor 330 HP
700R4 Transmission With Electric Torque Convertor Lock Up
Ford 9" Rear End With 3:55 Gears
Fatman Mustang II Front End
Power Steering & Brakes
Disc Brakes Front Drum Rear
Power Windows & Doors
Smoothed Body
Ultra Leather Interior
Original Gauge Panel Rebuilt Works Great
Chrome Iddit Tilt Column With Banjo Steering Wheel
AM/FM/CD Player
Beautiful Paint Job No Scratches, Dents or Dings
American Racing Daisy Rims With Matching Spare In Rear Continental Kit
Vintage Air/Heat/Defrost
Everything Works On Car As It Should
Much More
Drives and Stops Great
Many Best Of Show Trophies
350 Crate Motor 330hp
700R4 Trans
Ford 9"
Power Steerin, Brake, Windows & Doors
Vintage A/C/Heat/Defrost
1951 Ford Woody "Woodie" Rod Country Squire Wagon.The various phases of the restoration were photographed and will be included. This is a 100% complete frame up/body off restoration; the consummate resto-rod. Underneath replaced the stock front end with a Fat Man's Mustang II unit, while out back the parallel leaf springs remain. Power is now supplied by a 350 cubic inch crate motor from GM, which puts out 330 horses. A 700R4 overdrive automatic was installed and transfers the twist back to a 9 inch Ford rear end with 3.55 posi gears. Steering is full power, as are the front disc brakes. On the exterior all the body work in preparation for the 2002 Cadillac Polo Green metallic paint, which included removing all the door handles, hood emblems and various items for a clean look, plus ensuring that the entire body was smooth. As with any Woodie, the woodwork can make or break the look of the car, so the team made sure it came out just right. It has contrasting light and dark woods (Maple and Honduran Mahogany), installed by a wooden boat builder in Florida. It is sealed with a smooth-as-glass durable finish. A set of American 200S mags and great looking chrome items round out the exterior. On the inside the original seats and trim were kept for a bit of a resto rod feel, with soft dark green Ultra Leather covering them. All the original gauges were rebuilt, a banjo style steering wheel sits atop an IDIDIT chrome tilt column, entry is gained via electric door solenoids, and power windows add more modern convenience. On days where the cabin climate needs to be controlled, there is an air conditioning system, with custom outlets built into the bottom of the dash for a "factory" style look. A full stereo system is installed and the rear compartment features a period correct and restored "Frostie" Root Beer Cooler which discreetly houses the Optima battery. ..it is truly "rolling art" and a true pleasure to drive.
MAY TRADE / Trade for 2-3 lessor value cars