1936 was a milestone for Ford as the twenty millionth Ford was built along with the three millionth V8 Flathead engine. The 1936 model was the highest number of models Ford produced from 1932-1942.This 1936 Ford is a rare car and likely one of the nicest in the country. The prior owner had this car for over 40 years. It has every available option Ford offered in 1936.The all original sheet metal exterior is Washington Blue and the paint is nearly flawless. All chrome and trim is in excellent condition. This Ford has a rare set of wind wings. Wheels are the Deluxe wheels with Deluxe Spider wheel covers.The tan interior is the LeBaron Bonney interior and is in excellent condition. Dash and Banjo steering wheel are also in impressive condition.Engine is the original flathead V8 with manual transmission. Options on this 1936 Ford are defroster and heater, AM radio, clock in the rearview mirror, luggage rack, bumper and grill guards, locking gas cap, dual foglights, dual windshield wipers, and Greyhound hood ornament.This 1936 Ford Deluxe runs and drives with excellent performance. It resides in the current owners temperature controlled garage. It is located in KY and available for viewing by appointment to serious buyers only.
With Monterey Car Week around the corner, I can’t help but daydream about the wonderful drive along the Pacific Coast Highway.
The four-door luxury convertible is pretty much an extinct configuration, gone by way of 1960s Lincoln Continentals, unless you count a couple of recent concept cars.
From the Tammy Allen collection and set to cross the block without reserve during the Barrett-Jackson Las Vegas option is this 1940 Ford Deluxe custom sedan.
After World War II, some car dealers distributed their limited inventory on a lottery basis.
With all the attention given to so-called barn finds, how great is it to discover an all-original, preserved classic that’s old enough to apply for Medicare
It took almost 50 years and a build team of nine, but I once again am the proud owner of a 1940 Ford Deluxe coupe.
Classic car week begins today in Arizona and, as always, the six auctions taking place in the Scottsdale/Phoenix area through January 18 will tout their offerings in hyperbolic terms.
The Danbury Mint has gone out of the car business.