As the ball dropped on a new year in 1935, the Ford Motor Company had a resolution to manufacturer a fresh and more appealing car. Leaning away from the tried and true ways of the Model A, a novel offspring would be introduced to the automotive industry. Exhibiting pronounced style by way of the pushed forward grill and extensively more integrated front fenders, this car swiftly became the new bar for which sedans would be measured. Comfort was also a vital factor in the latest design, with new seating structures, front suspension that sat ahead of the axles, and the cohesive trunkback replaced the flat back of its predecessor. All of these transformations would allow for greater area inside the car and drastically enhance the driving experience. This 1935 Ford Trunkback, or Humpback as it is better known, is superlative example of Ford’s modernistic notions of comfort and appearance, while guided by the heart of a street rod. This magnificent automobile is a real head turner, swathed in a striking red finish and energized by orange flames encompassed in medium blue trim. Adding to the luster are chrome true spoke wheels wrapped in BF Goodrich Radial 255/70/R15 rear and 195/70/R14 front tires, polished duel exhaust, tinted glass, and plentiful exterior chrome accents. Inside, the luxury abounds through a tasteful and supplementary tan cloth interior. Other attributes are front bucket seats, power steering, A/C, Tilt Wheel, aftermarket gauges, and a Sony AM/FM/CD. Under the bonnet is a stirring 350 Chevy Small block engine showing 6,326 non actual miles, linked to a floor shift automatic transmission. From top to bottom this is a principal representation of the concept that Ford introduced over 85 years ago. Whether your Sundays are spent at car shows, or looking your best when you pull in to church with the family, this car has historic splendor complimented with some modern flare. A flare, that is infallibly able to offer you whatever you are looking for.