1936 Ford was a very nice original car with 27,000 miles and had been stored inside the garage since 1946. The original female owner could no longer drive. I bought the car, brought it home, took it completely apart and rebuild it from the frame up. I started with a new updated frame from Pete and Jakes, cost $8,500, all new suspension front and rear, disc brakes all the way around, straight axle front, 8.8 rear with 3.73 gears, 350 Vortec motor 700R4 transmission, both completely rebuilt, AC PB tilt radio with all the new stuff like XM Pandora etc, digital gauges, the dash & window moldings are wood grain. All new glass, new top panel, new interior that cost $7200, new wheels and tires (17” front & 20” rear) that cost $1800, new walker radiator with AC condenser, vintage air system, re-chromed bumpers. Car is painted with PPG basecoat clearcoat, it is a dark purple pearl. Car has no rust never had any, all panels on car came with it from the factory except for the smooth running boards. My wife agrees car rides nice and is very comfortable in travel. You will not find a nicer original car. It has been together since May 2017 and has about 1500 miles since rebuilt. I did all of the work myself except for the interior, which was done by Sew Fine Interiors in St. Louis MO. I’m 75 years old and have done bodywork and mechanical work all my life. Build about 10 of these cars just for myself. Selling car because of health reasons. may be able to help with delivery.
Location: Saint Louis, Missouri, United States
See listing: 1936 Ford Tudor Sedan (from October 23, 2018)