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Old 12-08-2018, 06:07 PM   #1
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1937 Ford Housecar

Ran across this while scanning the Scottsdale 2019 Barrett-Jackson docket. Goes on the block Tuesday, January 15, 2019. No reserve.

1937 Ford Housecar

This auction has become a must-do for us while on the Arizona winter range. Even if you're not interested in bidding on anything, it's a real hoot to wander among all the vehicles.

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I'm sure that many of you were sitting on the edge of your seats awaiting the fate of the 1937 Ford House Car. The hammer fell at $21,450.00, including buyer commission.

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Growing Up my Dad was a Early Ford V8 Club member. and I saw a lot of 32-40 back then fords but that is really cool and Different.
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