1936 Ford sedan factory original in great condition, survivor car. Purchased from my grandfather after his death and now require the garage space it is been taking up.
Don't know too much about it besides it was kept as stock as possible and has only been repainted once. It was in storage for almost fifty years and I'm the fifth owner. About 15 years ago the odometer rolled to 50k and stopped there. Between then and now it's had little milage and has lived in the garage.
Manual tranny with a small v8 (223 I think) and power nothing. Starts great and runs good for a car from 1936. I've only driven it 4 times in the past two years but as far as I can tell everything is clean and functional.
The Pick of the Day is said to be a well-maintained, one-owner original
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