Aggressive 1936 Ford 5-Window
The 1936 Model 48 replaced the 40A with a lower body, the engine and grille were pushed forward giving more room in the cabin. All Ford cars were powered by the Flathead V8 that year. There were still many body styles available, Flatback or Trunkback Sedans, Tudor, Roadster, Phaeton, Woody Wagon, and 3 or 5 window Coupes.
Why Is This Car Special
We have a 1936 Ford 5-Window Coupe here at Skyway Classics that has been made into a Street Rod. This one has the fundamental looks but is modified to get you to the car shows in style.
This street rod has been totally re-constructed with a custom frame, custom Corvette type posi rear end, upgraded brakes and suspension, as well as a modified 1962-1965 327 cubic inch small block Chevrolet engine with the block stamping #3782870.
The 327 engine has performance intake and carb, chrome valve covers and air cleaner, high performance electronics, and plug wires, chrome alternator, air conditioning, custom fuel tank, and more. The dual exhaust comes out the back into the dual system and chrome tips. The coupe rides on custom wheels and good tires.
The interior looks nice with its the gray fabric and carpeting and blue piping on both the front and rear seats. The steering wheel is custom as well as the performance gauges in the body color blue painted dash.
The body and paint on this coupe is excellent in its blue shades that grace the fenders and the vented hood and the trunk. Also the great brightwork adds to the great look of the iconic body. And ooooh….that grill! That is one of the most sought after looks just like the 5-window body that makes this street rod.
These 1936 Ford 5-Window Coupes like the one we have for sale here at Skyway Classics, are in high demand for the looks alone, let alone all the modifications this one has that makes it ideal to cruise in. Cruise on down here to see this one and take it back home with you.
So give us a call at 941-254-6608.
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