723 were built in 1946 on the V8 powered 114" wheelbase chassis with Super Deluxe trim. The bodies were constructed at Iron Mountain along with Ford's station wagons using specially configured steel structural panels. The wide rear deck necessitated different rear fenders, borrowed from Ford's sedan delivery. Received a 2012 Early Ford V8 Club Dearborn Award winning restoration Finished in Dynamic Maroon with Golden Tan leather upholstery and a tan cloth top, it is equipped with standard Super Deluxe trim, radio, heater, clock, pinstriped, body color steel wheels with hubcaps and trim rings, wide whitewall tires, bumper tips, overriders and an engine oil filter. Its body wood is all original and impeccably finished. It was restored by one of America's best automobile restorers for his own collection, which accounts for its meticulous attention to detail and the quality of materials and workmanship lavished upon it. It can rightfully be described as a Concours quality car as it's just done right.