This is a super nice 36 slantback. Its a very nice older
restoration that has been driven and enjoyed. This is an all steel
car with excellent fenders and running boards. The floors are also
excellent with no signs of any rust damage. There is no visible
rust or bubbling anywhere on the car. The paint is in very good
condition and shows very well with no major damage or scratches.
The interior is also very nice with no significant wear or damage.
It was done similarly to factory style but in tan vinyl. All of the
glass is excellent and goes up and down nicely. As far as the
engine goes, the little car fires right up without hesitation and
runs strong. It doesn't smoke either. There are a few small drips
under it but nothing serious. It has also been converted to 12 volt
so nice and easy to start. Underneath is also very nice. As I
stated before there is no rust, no paint damage. It has hydraulic
brakes and upgraded to late model shocks as well.
Overall, this is a great little ford that you could buy and drive immediately! It's a low cost way to get into a prewar 2 door ford, whether you keep it original or decide to street rod it, it beautiful!
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