In 1936, Ford was able to mass-produce a V8 car that was roomy enough for a family and their luggage and, it was practical, dependable, and affordable. A slogan Ford used was For todays Ford is fine in everything but the price. Even though this was during the Great Depression, Ford built its 20 millionth vehicle and outsold Chevrolet. The 1936 Ford outsold Chevrolet for the first time since the Model A.
This fully restored 5-window rumble seat coupe is a real beauty! The all-steel exterior is two-tone burgundy, and the paint is in excellent condition. All chrome and trim are in excellent shape as well. The new rear rumble seat has a black seat that matches the interior. Body is straight and the car has a great stance.
Interior is black with roll seat inserts. The painted black dash is in excellent condition and feature Classic Instruments gauges. Headliner is white with black seam piping and black trim around the interior of the rear window.
Engine is a 1970 Corvette 350 CID and is paired with the 1970 Corvette 350 automatic transmission. Shifter is a floor shifter. Engine starts and runs with no issues.
Options include power steering, power brakes, power windows, Vintage Air, and a Kenwood sound system.
Front end is a Mustang II and the rear is a 9 bolt rear-end with coil over springs.
This is a good-looking and well-built street rod that you can take to cruise-ins and enjoy. It is also a great car for road trips. It is available to view by appointment only and its location is in South Carolina.