In The 30's, Ford Had Been Adding More Improvements And Accessories Annually To Their Cars To Attract The Buying Public. The Same Strategy Was Employed Again For The 1936 Model Year. The 1936 Fords Retained The Same Basic Body Of The 1935 Models But Carried A Restyled Front End And New Rear Fenders. The Grille, Consisting Only Of Vertical Bars, Extended Further Around The Hood Sides And The Dual Horns Of The Deluxe Models Were Placed Behind Screens Set Into The Fender Catwalks.
Five Devoted Owners And A Complete Owner History.
Car Was At The Forney Museum Of Transportation In Denver For 23 Of Those Years From 1970 Through 1993. Past Owner Started To Seal The Solid Rust Free Underside With POR15 Black Underside Paint.
Features On This Black Beauty Include:
Nice Running Ford 221 ci Flarhead Eight Engine
3 Speed Manual Transmission With Floor Shift
Dual Chrome Side Mirrors
Older Glossy Exterior In Black With Thin Apple Green Stripe At Top Of Body Line
Appears To Be Original Gold Cloth Seat Interior, Custom Covers Added
New White Wall Radial Coker Tires
Current Owner Added Seat Belts, Replaced Both Water Pumps, Just Tuned, Generator Rebuilt, Fan Belt Replaced, Original Fuel Tank Sending Unit Rebuilt, Gaskets Around Cowl And Trunk And Weather Stripping On All Four Doors.
This is a consignment vehicle and the information above was provided by the current owner. We can make no guarantees as to the accuracy of the above information. However, please understand as with all pre-owned automobiles, the described condition is subjective
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