1936 Ford Tudor Sedan
When searching for your next classic you can't go wrong if you are looking at the 1930's Fords. This decade produced some of the most popular cars found in the classic car community and each year seemed to offer its own unique styling. In 1936, Ford produced one of the classiest looking bodys of the decade and created the Tudor Sedan which offered a much more spacious interior than its Model A brethren. The 1936 you see here is an all steel original 36 that currently resides with its second owner. It has been extremely well cared for since new accruing only 58,745 miles in its lifetime. That's an average of only 750 miles per year! The body is in great shape and still utilizes all of its original body panels. It has been repainted and is coated in a nice pastel Yellow paint which really looks great on the car. 2 pinstripes run the entire length of the car and connect in the rear. All of the original style trim is there with a V8 nose piece up front. The original front and rear bumpers are nicely mounted in place and have a great finish. This model utilizes the rear mounted spare which is incased in its original housing that is painted to match. Blackc steel wheels sit under each corner and are fitted with beauty rings, V8 center caps and Wide white wall tires.
Each side of the hood opens independently towards the center reveling the original flathead motor. The engine still runs strong and is mated with a 3 speed manual transmission that moves through the gears with ease. It is a comfortable driver and many would be pleased to find this Ford is still powered by a Ford like it was from the factory.
The interior of the car is complete in the original style Brown cloth and has dual bucket seats up front. The dash has been kept all original and coated in dark Brown with all of the stock gauges, knobs, switches, etc. The original steering column is coated Black and topped off with the original steering wheel. The tall manual shifter is routed through the floorboard as is the original emergency brake handle.
This is one clean looking classic that will always draw a crowd. With its originality and low miles it is really a survivor car that has had 1 repaint. Cars like that are getting harder to find so check it out while its still available!
Being offered up at the very reasonable price of $28,500.00!
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