|Type:||Model 18 – V8|
|Engine:||8 Cylinder V , 3600cc|
|Body:||Cabriolet by Willy VandenPlas|
|Documents:||NL Road registration|
A diserable Ford V-8 sporting coachwork by Willy Van den Plas, son of Guillaume Van den Plas, who served as agent for his father’s coachbuilding enterprise in Paris
Believed to be one of the earliest Ford V-8s delivered to Europe
Typical French lines with a long bonnet, low windscreen, and large boot
Exterior finished in white over black with colour-matched wire wheels and Marchal lights
Interior features red vinyl and a wood dashboard with speedometer, amp gauge, and modern temperature gauge
Stated to have received a restoration in the 1970s
Powered by a 3.6-litre flathead V-8 paired with a three-speed manual transmission
Accompanied by copies of period photos, a copy of a design drawing, spare, and a suitcase
Recent new convertible top and tyres.
Retained all its life in France.
Recent new convertible top and tyres.Mille Miglia Eligible