1946 Ford Sedan
The 1946 Ford design was based on the 1941 Ford that was produced in 1941 and partially in 1942 when production of vehicles for civilian consumption ended. Civilian production resumed in July 1945, with an early start to the 1946 model year filling the public's thirst for new cars. The 1946 Ford was identical to the 1942 model under the skin, though a heavy new grille with horizontal bars and red accents modernized the car somewhat. The hood was widened by adding a center strip. One notable change was to use the 239 CID engine which since 1939 had been used in Mercurys and trucks, and capable of 100 hp for the first time.
This car is a very nice 4 door sedan. The exterior color is blue, interior is gray. The transmission is a 3 speed manual on the steering column and the engine is a 6 cylinder. This car is driven and runs strong and drives straight. .