Take a look at this beautiful classy yet powerful 1936 Ford Phaeton
brought to you by Zoom Classic Cars. The 1936 Ford Phaeton came
with the V8 flathead as did this one however, lurking under the
hood is a powerful engine that makes this Phaeton unique and
powerful and received a complete frame up restoration. Engine:
Chevy Corvette 327 double hump heads/4 barrel. Brakes: Hydraulic
brakes/aluminum, traction bars, 2 leaf springs, sway bar front and
rear Ford 9 inch rear end and the steering box is from a Chevelle.
Paint: Complete paint job from the frame up with PPG paint which is
in excellent condition with no overspray, rust anywhere.
Interior/headliner. Top: Lebaron Bonnie interior as well as the
headliner, interior is in excellent clean shape with no stains,
tearing or cracking anywhere. Undercarriage: There is no rust
anywhere underneath this car, super clean and properly stored
indoors year-round. Tires: Beautiful and classic Radial tires with
plenty of life in them. Car comes with the side curtains and a
clean Massachusetts title. This 1936 Ford Phaeton has the looks and
class of country club driving car but underneath is a powerful
engine and this car moves and it's perfect for a family cruise as
well as getting it out on the road and opening it up to see what it
can do. For more information on this powerful beauty please call
Nick at 774-289-5814 and thank you for stopping by!
1936 Ford Phaeton
Location:Lake Hiawatha, New Jersey
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