The Ford Standard and Deluxe was a series of full size cars introduced for the 1937 model year. This family of cars was offered in a wide range of body styles such as coupe, convertible, two or four door sedan, and station wagon. Two engine options were available during production, the base 2.2L V8, and optional 3.6L V8 engine. The Deluxe variant was the high trimmed, and more luxurious version, while the Standard represented the base model. Over the course of production, Ford used Model 'X' names to designate their higher output engine. Ex: The 1937 Model 74 featured the 60hp V8 engine, as opposed to the Model 78's 85hp V8 (For 1938: Model 81A, 82A / For 1939 Model 91A, 92A, etc). Production of the Ford Standard & Deluxe lasted until 1940, and was replaced by the Ford Deluxe & Super Deluxe. During this era, Ford built pickup trucks based off of the full size platform, these trucks can be found in the Ford Pre-War Pickups market.
Q: What is the highest sale price of a Ford Standard & Deluxe?
A: The top sale price was $252,000 for a 1940 Ford Marmon-Herrington Standard Station Wagon on January 18 2019.
Q: What is the lowest sale price of a Ford Standard & Deluxe?
A: The lowest recorded sale price was $4,125 for a 1940 Ford V-8 Engine and Rolling Chassis on September 01 2018.
Q: What is the average sale price of a Ford Standard & Deluxe?
A: The average price of a Ford Standard & Deluxe is $43,778.
Q: When was the Ford Standard & Deluxe produced?
A: The Ford Standard & Deluxe was sold for model years 1937 to 1940.