Pristine 1935 Ford Sedan Flathead V8 slant back in a ready to drive
away condition. This is the classic Deluxe model and was inspired
by the famous Lincoln designed by Edsel Ford. It is a completely
original example to the last detail. Has the famous 21 stud
(Ironhead) Flathead V8 and a Ford 3 speed silk smooth synchronized
3 speed transmission. Completely restored on 2013 but the interior
was a bit run-down so I have restored the interior from head to
toe, carpet, headliner, door panels, trunk lining, trunk carpet,
soundproofing, etc. following the original Factory design to the
last detail using very durable high quality velour/velvet type
fabric and the color is Burgundy/wine, of a tonality which I think
goes well with the black exterior paint. The paint is a high
quality type and is nearly pristine with few minor cosmetic
glitches hard to see from 10 feet. Great attention to detail was
used to color match the dash panel with the interior and some
checkered details on the door handles and dividing door panels
fabric from lower door carpet. The floors and every part of the
metal on the car is pristine and unmolested from factory. No sign
of replacement of floor sheet metal was found before we installing
lots of sound and heat proofing on the floor and other areas of the
body. The car drives quiet and pleasantly for that. Not a number 1
trailer queen quality car, but a great show goer and fabulous
driver. A good number 2 on my opinion using the Hemmings Magazine
criteria. Here are the details of the good working items and we
have kept the originality of the car to the highest possible
standards. --- The original AM radio works great with the center
roof speaker and lighted dial. Good quality sound also. --- The
whole instrument panel was cleaned, rewired and restored as needed.
Instrument faces restored and lighting of the panel is working as
should. ---- twin chrome horns work good - nice chrome. ---- 6 volt
light system is all original with new headlights
1935 Ford Deluxe
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