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For Sale: 1935 Ford 3-Window
in Wichita, Kansas

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Description
 
1935 FORD 3-WINDOW COUPE ( ALL STEEL)

One Of A Kind. Must Be Seen To Appreciate The Quality and Detail. Ready to be a Winner at any show or rod run. Drives as good as it looks. Check it out and call, you will not be disappointed.
Appraised at $185K

CHASSIS and DRIVE-TRAIN

Chevy 502CI / 502HP Crate Engine
Polished Heads and Intake Manifold
750 Holley Carburetor
MSD Ignition System and Distributor
Custom Air Cleaner and Valve Covers by Jesse Greening
Polished Alternator and Pulleys
Turbo 350 Automatic Transmission by TPI
Boyd Coddington Chassis with Independent Front Suspension (one of only three made)
Winters Quick-Change Independent Rear-End with Wilwood In-Board Power Disc Brakes
Rear-End Narrowed, Polished and Chromed
Boyd Coddington Wheels, 20x9.5 Rear and 17x7 Front
Custom Exhaust System was Ceramic Coated and has Threaded Connectors to Eliminate Gaskets

BODY and MODIFICATIONS

All-Steel ’35 Ford Body, Grille Shell, Fenders and Running Boards
Top was Wedge-Chopped 3 Inches
Windshield Was Angled Back and Flush-Mounted
Door Hinges Were Hidden and Latch Mechanism Was Mounted into Reworked Door-Jamb
Door Bottom Was Trimmed and Threshold Reworked For a Cleaner Line
Smooth Floor Pan Was Built and Installed
All Welds Smoothed and Polished
Cowl-Vent Filled
Dash Filled and Extended to Match Windshield Frame and Lengthened on Bottom
Firewall Was Re-Worked to Fit 502 Engine and Cowl Edges Were Boxed For a Cleaner Look
Rear Wheel Wells Were Tubbed For Larger Tires
Door, Hood and Trunk Handles Were Shaved
Grille Shell was Chopped to Fit New Hood Sides
Head and Tail Lights Were Modified so the Stainless Trim Rings Thread Onto the Light Bucket
Front and Rear Fenders Were Reshaped to Match Profile of Larger Tires and Run Parallel to the Running Boards
Custom Grille
All Wiring is Hidden in Frame Rails or Custom Tubes
All Body Gaps Set for Tight Even Appearance
Power Windows, Trunk Lid and Electric Door Poppers
Rear Belly-Pan with Powered Tag Mount
Custom Mixed “401 K RED” Paint with Clear Coat
Paint Color-Sanded and Buffed on Rotisserie- Frame, Top and Bottom of Car (inside of fenders as highly finished as top)
Over 4000 Hours spent on Body Work and Paint


INTERIOR

Paul Atkins Custom Leather Interior with Stainless Accents
Vintage-Air (custom hidden system to maintain clean dash)
Power Windows, Doors, Trunk and Tag
Custom Gauge Cluster
Custom Steering Wheel Drop
Trim Panel Covers Dash Wiring and has Control Switches Mounted Underneath for a Clean Dash
Boyd Coddington Steering Wheel with Matching Leather
Sony Remote Sound System with 10 CD Changer
Trunk is Finished to Match Interior
Window Frames Extended and Screw-Holes Filled to Hide Attachment
Door Wires Run Through Tubes Milled Into Hidden Hinges
Door Striker Moved to Door Jamb for a Cleaner Look
Pricing Information
 
Asking Price
$109,000
Vehicle Location


Country
United States
 
City, State
Wichita, KS
Zip
67205
Vehicle Basics

Odometer Reading
1600

Year
1935

Vehicle Category/Style
Street Rod

Convertible
No

Exterior Details

Vehicle Color(s)
Custom Mix Red

Accessories and Customizations




Restoration History
Fully Restored

Condition of Exterior
Mint

Interior Details

Color(s)
Tan Leather

Seat Material
Leather

Accessories and Customizations








Restoration History
Fully Restored

Condition of Interior
Mint

Engine Details

Engine Configuration
V-8

Engine Size
502

Transmission Details

Transmission Type
Automatic

Drive Train
Rear-wheel drive

 
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