This ’30s Ford Delivery Van Is All the Rage!

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A Hot and Lovely Ford Delivery Van

Our ancestors knew what style meant. They knew what class was, and consequently, they knew how to to build sweet looking cars. Proof? This lovely late ’30s Ford deliver van.

Once Ford moved on from the boxy and utilitarian look and feel of the Model T and Model A, the Blue Oval created magnificent and curvaceous bodies. In fact, brand aficionados consider them to be some of the most gracious designs ever.

As a result, late ’30s sedans, vans and coupes have served as worthy foundations to many modern hot rods for decades. The sleek and gloriously sculpted hood and front fenders demand respect. And the narrow but stylish front and rear windows are design staples.

Such is the case of the Ford delivery van featured in this video by Rodder Files. The orange paint job may be unorthodox, but lovely. The owner dropped the suspension substantially, but it fits the overall hot rod look. Hence the “Rodder Files” feature.

While the Route 66 sign, the paint job, and the wheels scream for attention, it’s what’s out back that takes the cake. A trailer! This Ford delivery van pulls an equally charming trailer, and it totally rocks.

This. Is. Awesome. Do you agree?

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Jerry Perez is a regular contributor to Ford Truck Enthusiasts, Corvette Forum, and 6SpeedOnline, among other auto sites.

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