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1932 Ford B-body Woody Wagon RARE SURVIVOR For Sale







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1932 Ford B-body Woody Wagon RARE SURVIVOR
Rare 2 Owner SURVIVOR
Originating out of Duluth Minnesota,
Now residing in Franklin, TN
With its 80 year old owner.
This is a True Rust-free Example that is
In Exemplary Condition for its Age
Among the Best Known.
These Examples Rarely Arise for Sale Outside
of Big-block Auctions So here's an opportunity
for the true collector to get this super fine example.
This Vehicle Is All Original and Unaltered
Except for Coker issued Firestone Bias-ply Tires
Replaced out of caution for safety/reliability,
New Exhaust and Radiator Hoses.
It Retains its Original Goodyear Spare Tire and
Spare Wheel with Metal Valve Stem,
Radiator Cap and Fuel Cap.
The Original Flip-up Canvas Windows
are Intact and up against roof in the photos.
The Only Missing Item is the 3rd-row Bench Seat
which can easily be reproduced but for its vintage.
At a Dearborn, Michigan Meet the owner was advised
This is the Lowest Mileage Most Original '32 Woody
in the Country and Was offered $100k for it then
and declined as He was still enjoying this all original car.
STANDARD OPTIONS:
Flip-out Windshield
Leather Seats
Canvas flip-down Windows
Windshield Wiper (currently in/op)
EXTERIOR: Vehicle is the Coveted Woody 4 Door
that is Straight,
Exhibiting Only Mild Wear Evident
to its Original Exterior surfaces.
Thge Underside is Clean and Dry as expected
for a well-cared for car historically exhibiting no rust.
Only the Vehicle Front Clip Was Painted
2-stage base/clear Years Ago and
Has withstood the test of time in a
climate-controlled garage.
For the long period since that period,
the appearance hints at all original survivor quality.
Body Panel Alignment is Good Exhibiting No Crash History.
The patina evident On the Exterior Wood is Amazing
considering its age.
The Wood is Solid, With Good Color and
Minimal Wear Consistent with Survivor Quality.
Even the Original Rawlings Name Badge Properly Adorns
the bottom right corner of the right front door
for its Body Builder in the day.
Windshield is Free of Chips Etc. and
Cleans up like NEW
Left Glass Headlamp Sealed Beam and One Tail Lamp Lens
is cracked but illuminate Properly.
A new replacement Headlight is Included,
but was never installed as this Clear Headlight
Would not match the aged hue of the other side Etc.
INTERIOR: The Interior is 100% All Original Leather
and Amazingly Intact considering its age.
The Front Seat has Minor Scratchs Evident
With routine driving wear but No Tear Areas.
The Interior Wood and Wood Slat Ceiling are Very Good

And Solid.
All Original Wood Flooring is Intact
With No Rot Evident.
Gauges Exhibit Slight Fading Consistent with Age
But Function Correctly.
Working Odometer Confirms 33,000 Low Miles.
In 1974 odometer confirmed 30,000 miles
at that time to give you a sense of its minimal use.
MECHANICAL:
All Original Low Mileage 4 Cylinder Engine
Starts Easily and Runs and Sounds as it should.
A slight oil leak is evident at the left side oil pan gasket.
This is an inexpensive easy fix
that this elderly owner hasn't seen fit to repair
once observed.
The Manual Transmission Works and Shifts Fine.
The Electric Starter Works as it should.
TEST DRIVE:
The Car feels "Right"
Feels Tight.
No unusual odors or sounds evident and
has an expected "Survivor Quality" Feel and Appearance.
OTHER PERTINENT INFO:
This vehicle earned the Rogue Award in 2011
in Auburn, Indiana.
Car was shown at the
25th invitational "Eyes on Design" Meet in 2012
Held at the Edsel Ford Estate in Dearborn, Michigan.
It likewise appeared at the 2012 AACA Spring Meet
in Murfreesboro, TN Where it received an
Owner Participation Award.
As one of the most desirable Ford Woodys
still on the road today, this car has a
truly great appearance.
The Owner is being pursued by big-block auctions
for this sale so get it now and save the commission.
Please know this is an
Exceedingly Rare and Valuable Car.
Opening Bid is designed to attract
those buyer's commensurate with what this car is.
Reserve is reasonable/appropriate and
competitive in the spirit of a sale.
This museum quality survivor will not disappoint.
Car is sold as-is/where-is.
All known details provided by owner
have been listed and believed to be accurate.
Car is for sale elsewhere and
could be sold at any time.
Additional photos/information available upon request.
As always a test drive or inspection is suggested
Although for this incredible original survivor
this will not disappoint.
The Owner will require a standard signed
Buyer's Agreement Etc.
All paperwork Etc. and any extra parts go with the car.
Please direct your calls to:
CA Woodside At 615-979-3058
Before 10pm CST.
I DO NOT NEED ANY HELP SELLING THIS CAR
THIS MEANS YOU!



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