Moslander's '37 Ford

Back in the mid 80's, Clyde Moslander bought an all original '37 ford Flat-Back sedan out of South Dakota.  It was pretty worn, a little rusty, and had a bird nest in the overhead cowl area.  After many years of hard work, and a focused vision of what the finished product should look like, Moslander's '37 Ford became a reality in 1999.  The car quickly became an award winner by beating out several thousand cars and winning the "Coolest Rod" award at the 1999 Goodguys West Coast nationals.  Then it became the 2000 Dupont Top Gun First Prize winner.  And continued to take honors at several local shows throughout the pacific Northwest

Modifications:

  • Custom Grille and Hood sides

  • Shaved hood

  • Hand fabricated bumpers front and rear

  • Flush "pull" style door handles

  • Inclinded B pillar

  • Side mirrors with integrated turn signals (in 1999, long before it became common)

  • Flush and contoured gas door

  • Molded in tail lights

  • Shaved trunk lid

Moslander's 37 Ford Gallery