The interior will take you back to a time of rich wood dashes and padded surfaces. A full compliment of gauges was a rare sight in 1937; most cars were equipped with just a basic speedometer. With the purr of the motor contributing to the driving experience who needs a radio?
A 234 CI straight 6 was standard equipment. The carburetor was bolted directly to the cylinder head and air/fuel directed to each cylinder via internally cast runners. Exhaust was similar; no manifold or collector, just a pipe bolted to the block. Known as the Monitor-Sealed type of engine, this example puts out 90 HP which is just enough to allow relaxed cruising around the likes of the Monterey Peninsula or Napa Valley.
By no means is this a concours or perfect car...but perfect enough for lazy days of motoring around scenic locations and eclectic destinations. Ice cream, afternoon tea, or antique shoppes...whatever your choice this car will get you there in style. There was even a factory "Bed-in-a-Car" option where the interior seats transformed into a full sized bed for longer tours of duty. Now we're talking road trip!
When not receiving complaints of "distracted by cars...again" from his wife, Glenn can be found in the kitchen whipping up exotic cuisine and nourishing nosh.