1935 Ford Tudor
For consignment, a 1935 Ford Tudor, (two door!), which is the
beneficiary of a frame off restoration with a new front end, custom
bodywork, an alligator style front hood, custom chrome bumpers and
a Bill Lang interior which aired as "Extreme Makeover-Car Edition".
An excellent restored and slightly rodded edition for your
enjoyment and the taking. Proceed to the main showroom!
Some shaving, reconfiguring of shapes, chopping, and that alligator
hood this beauty is now bathed in two tone Dupont black with a
Champagne top. A lime green hand painted pinstripe is delineating
the two tones. A 1936 Ford donated its headlights and these flank a
blackened shield style grille which has a nicely curved split
chromed bumper on either side. Curvaceous fenders gracefully
surround American Racing polished Torque Thrust wheels and are met
in the center below the drivers and passenger's doors with a
running board. Handle-less doors are now on poppers and on back
some custom taillights are neatly melted into the roll pan. A big
rectangular exhaust peeks out from in between these custom red
Plenty of WOW factor here, with a swing of the doors and what to
our wondering eyes does appear other than smooth tan vinyl stitched
around a textured brown broadcloth insert with embossed panels.
We're goin' in and we take a seat on 1 of 2 beautiful buckets which
have broadcloth inserts and smooth beige vinyl bolsters, backs and
headrests. Tan carpeting floods the floors. Above a banjo style
steering wheel on an adjustable column fronts a custom dash. This
includes a black painted metal dash front with white faced Classic
Instrument gauges. Below is a tan vinyl strip which houses the
knobs and pulls and vintage air and heat. In the center of the dash
is another white faced cluster of 4 gauges for extra monitoring of
the vitals. In back is an amazing amount of foot room, and a nicely
matching to the front buckets rear bench. It is just mint condition
inside this car and even smells like new.
Under the alligator hood, is a snazzy modern 350ci V8 ca.1969-1979.
It's all polished with a large oval air cleaner cover with some
airbrushing and chrome spear artwork on it. Underneath is a 4bbl
Holley carburetor atop an Edelbrock polished intake. On the back is
a TH350 3-speed automatic transmission which throws torque rearward
to a Ford 9-inch pumpkin. A very nice engine bay
presentation...Drum roll please...
Featuring a lowered Heidts Mustang II style front end and
suspension along with some power disc brakes, we are in a rust
free, nicely textured undercoated in black environment. Very sound
and structural tubular steel make up the framing for those pristine
floor pans. Throw in a dual stainless steel exhaust in Flowmaster
config and let's get ready to rumble (can I use that!?)
Just load of fun with this custom build on the test track. Handles
like it's on rails and accelerated nearly endlessly with that
4-barrel Holley. Bias free panic stopping, and smooth shifting and
I could not ask for anything else. All functions were working just
Right out of 1935 and resurrected of the previous restoration from
yore that was left to deteriorate in a field, then picked up by our
consigner who took this bull by the horns and made this beautiful
two tone creation. Enjoy!!
Classic Auto Mall is a 336,000-square foot classic and special
interest automobile showroom, featuring over 600 vehicles for sale
with showroom space for up to 1,000 vehicles. Also, a 400 vehicle
barn find collection is on display.
This vehicle is located in our showroom in Morgantown,
Pennsylvania, conveniently located just 1-hour west of Philadelphia
on the I-76 Pennsylvania Turnpike. The website is
www.classicautomall.com and our phone number is (888) 227-0914.
Please contact us anytime for more information or to come see the
vehicle in person.