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Much like Chrysler’s Town and Country, the Ford Sportsman – introduced for 1946 and discontinued just two years later – is a highly desirable car today, but also one that requires a dump truck-load of skill in woodworking to both restore and maintain properly. Thus, this 1947 Ford Sportsman for sale on Hemmings.com, partway through its restoration, will have limited, but passionate, appeal. From the seller’s description:
This Car was Born a Sportsman….. New Maple Wood mostly fitted to body, Rebuilt 59AB Flathead, Chassis is all Rebuilt/new, including Shocks, Brakes, Wheel/Master Cylinders, New 354 Gears, Wrapped Front and Rear Leaf Springs. Woodie Woody. I have all the Doors and Deck Lid Handles, Front and Rear Seats, All New Contoured Hydraulic Tubing and Fittings for the Power Windows and Top, Glass etc.
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