This stunning 1936 Ford Street Rod was designed and built by a
NASCAR Research and Development engineer. The 'Tudor' utilizes
NASCAR technology and many reconditioned Sprint Car components were
used in the build. It took three years to construct this sedan and
a comprehensive photo binder of documentation is furnished with the
car. The Ford has an all-steel '36 body with hand-fabricated
enhancements and a majestic Sherwin-Williams Boyd Red professional
finish that is accented with Aero chrome wheels mounting
Kumho/Michelin radials. A luxurious grey leather interior features
late-model power front seats and a stylish custom dash that
incorporates a full set of AutoMeter gauges. There is also a full
console and Flaming River tilt-column/wheel. Convenience items
include Hot Rod Components Inc. A/C, tinted power windows and a
raging Kenwood AM/FM/CD stereo sound system. Horsepower is
furnished by a GM 350ci ZZ4 crate motor that is fitted with
dual-feed Holley carburation and Hooker header/exhaust system.
Other mechanical enhancements include:
• Tremec G-Force 6-speed manual transmission
• Quarter Master Clutch
• C&R Radiator
• Ford 9" rear
• Ron Francis Switches/Box
• Miller Wiring
• XS Battery
A Laughlin Race Products chassis is fitted with CJR power steering,
Wilwood 4-wheel power disc brakes, sprint car suspension w/wedge,
Penske shocks and Waterman fuel cell. This handsome '36 Ford Tudor
will soon make a new owner very proud. ALL VEHICLES SOLD "AS
1936 Ford Tudor
Location:Concord, North Carolina
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