This stunning 1939 Ford Convertible is for sale in our Louisville Kentucky showroom. The 39 Ford Convertible is still considered one of the most beautiful car designs. Maybe because it was the last open air two seater before the war, its clean timeless look, or the inverted boat shaped hood and tapered tail give the car a futuristic look even today; this 39 has left those uncompromising lines alone and altered everything else. Start with the chassis; it's not a 39 chassis oh now the all steel body now sits on a full fat man chassis. Wanting to drive this beauty a motor would be the next source and a 305 was sourced out of a Camaro and put in the old flat heads place. Backed by a 200r4 OD transmission you have the ability to take that long road trip you have been talking about forever. With the rumble seat removed, which is available, you now have not only have a huge trunk but you donâ??t have to worry about people jumping on that beautiful paint job trying to get in the rumble seat. With a power rack and pinion upfront driving this slick 39 is an absolute pleasure even if you're just parking it. The concealed power disc brakes are just another upgrade to this work of art. The interior is first class all the way with bucket seats that have been wrapped in two tone leather that look great. The custom door panels continue the theme and house the power window switches. The wood dash houses a full set of custom gauges and finish the interior off nicely. The tan cloth top, when down, is concealed under the matching cover keeping with the clean flowing lines. If you have wanted one of the most iconic convertibles to leave Detroit but wanted one that you can actually drive and enjoy your look is over. Options on this 1939 Ford Deluxe convertible include AM/FM/CD, Manual Convertible Top, Seat Belts, Leather Interior, Power Steering, Power Brakes, Hub Caps and Radial Tires. This 1939 Ford Convertible can be seen, including an HD video, at www.gatewayclassiccars.com, call at 812-294-1555 or email Louisville@gatewayclassiccars.com for more information.