The Ford 1940 Coupe gets a second life. It will be showcased next week at the 2012 SEMA. Costs $11,900 + shipping.

The Blue Oval company has decided to bring back to life the classic 1940 Ford Coupe.

It is already available for ordering, along with the 1965-1970 Mustang bodies. Scheduled to make a debut at SEMA next week, the Coupe’s rustproof body is manufactured from high-strength steel and it’s assembled by using modern welding techniques.

Ford will display at the show in Las Vegas a custom 1940 Coupe hot rod created using a reproduction body and a new body shell, which are available for $11,900 + shipping. This car features a V8 5.0-liter engine connected to a 4-speed automatic transmission and has a Mustang II front suspension.

Check out the related links below to see what other cars Ford is bringing to the SEMA show next week.

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