This all-steel 1936 Ford Roadster arrived on the thriving
Washington State custom scene during the late 1950s, where it
became a well-known sight at local shows and cruise nights.
Archival photos of the car taken during this period clearly show a
plate on the rear of the car, indicating its active role in "The
Dragons," presumably a local custom car club at the time. Built
decades ago around a genuine 1936 Ford Roadster frame and an
all-steel body, this classic hot rod was tastefully customized more
than half a century ago. Powered by a 350ci V8 Chevrolet
small-block engine fed by an Offenhauser intake and a trio of
carburetors all with individual chrome air cleaners backed by a
2-speed automatic transmission. The front features disc brakes,
while the rear retains stock drum brakes. Finished in Cigarette
Cream, the exterior features a 2-inch chop to the removable soft
top, flush-fit 1939 Ford taillights, front and rear bumpers from a
1941 Ford woody station wagon and Cadillac V16 hubcaps on the red
steel wheels wrapped with whitewall tires. Additionally, the Royal
Green leather interior features a dashboard sourced from a 1940
Ford and a steering wheel from a 1953 Ford Crestliner. *TITLE IN
1936 Ford Custom
Location:Las Vegas, Nevada
Exterior Color:CIGARETTE CREAM
Interior Color:ROYAL GREEN
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