Yup, it's been seven decades since the iconic 1940 Ford hit the streets, but who's really counting?
It came from a little old lady in Sister Bay, Wisconsin. And it was Ron Dewoskin's dream car: a 1941 Ford convertible with only 6,450 actual miles. The car looks, feels and drives like a new car because, basically, it is almost new!
Chris Goes of Lake Geneva, Wis., owns a unique, unrestored Full Classic car that is unlike anything anyone else has parked in their garage. He is the lucky owner of the only 1941 Packard Darrin Sport Sedan ever made.
It all began with my 1941 Ford pickup truck that I purchased for a whopping $100 in July 1960. This original-owner beauty was an old farm truck with 22,000 miles and came with a four-cylinder engine that threw a rod.