1935 Ford Model 48 "Tudor Touring Sedan". Complete documented
"Frame Off" restoration. This Beautiful 1935 Early Ford V8 is in
museum quality fresh condition. The restoration was done by the
renowned restorer Auerbach Restorations in Millington, Michigan.
Only 3 road test miles since completion of restoration. Authentic
paint, interior fabrics, accessories and details. Green exterior,
Tan Mohair interior. Completely rebuilt engine, transmission and
drivetrain. New "Ribbed Sidewall" Goodyear 650-16 Retro/Deco design
tires. This classic is "Correct" for 1935 factory specifications
with the only non-conforming upgrades found under its hood. It has
a 24 stud flathead V8 motor that runs perfect. We added Offenhauser
heads and a dual carburetor intake manifold with a pair of very
rare vintage Eddie Meyer "finned" triangle air cleaners and
headers. Car has dual exhaust and upgraded to 12 volt system with
the battery in the trunk. Also upgraded to hydraulic brakes. Custom
show chrome plating where visible, all panel spaces are perfect as
only Auerbach can achieve. Paint is best of the best, again
Auerbach. over $87,500 spent on this fresh restoration. This is
your chance to own this fantastic early Ford V8. Undercarriage is
as nice as the paint. ? Please Note The Following **Vehicle
Location is at our clients home and Not In Cadillac, Michigan. **We
do have a showroom with about 25 cars that is by appointment only
**Please Call First and talk to one of our reps at 231-468-2809 EXT
1935 Ford Tudor
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