The extra sleek exterior of this 1936 Ford tudor trunkback sedan is instantly recognizable as a custom street machine. And you really get to show this one off near or far thanks to the right driving upgrades like the V8 power, overdrive transmission, and comfy A/C interior.
This all-steel car has smoothly flowing fenders that encapsulated the wheels and gently rounded bodywork make the total package striking. In fact, this is made to be quite a memorable car. With under 50 miles on .....
build, the Viper Red paint is not only bold, but also has a modern clearcoat luster that does a terrific job highlighting all the curves in the body. The paint is so attention-grabbing that they even used it on the grille, headlight surrounds, trim, trunk latches, and gas cap. This full red appearance really adds to the slick look of the car. They also deleted the bumpers so you can clearly see details like where the grille tucks under the body. This elimination of brightwork also means you take more time to appreciate pieces like the jewel-like headlights, as well as the American Racing Torq Thrust wheels with extra meaty rear tires that gives this a terrific stance.
A fresh build also means a fresh interior. The camel tan has a timeless look against the bold exterior red. But where the outside was done for a sleek and speedy style, the interior seems to focus on comfort. You have two well-bolstered bucket seats up front, individually padded seats in the rear, and they all have a nice alligator texture insert for added comfort and distinction. The door panels have even been done to mach. There are nice comfort features like tinted windows and cold-blowing R134a air conditioning. The sporty banjo-style steering wheel is mounted on a tilt column. That gives you a nice view of the panel full of upgrade Omega Kustoms gauges.
The engine bay is just as tidy as the rest of the build. In fact, the tan engine block against the smooth red firewall has the same kind of cool color combo we love about the interior/exterior. There other thoughtful details, like the polished components, and the B&M dual air intake that matches the valve covers. More than just style, you have a 305 cubic-inch V8 upgrade that has been fitted performance components like Edelbrock four-barrel carburetor and Weiand aluminum intake. Shorty headers help the V8 make a sweet rumble from the dual exhaust. It's a strong-running package that was truly built for driving. That's why you have four-speed automatic transmission w/overdrive, upgraded tubular A arm front suspension, and front disc brakes.
This is a sleek, strong, and comfortable cruiser. This '36 Ford is everything you want in a fresh build, and it's ready right now. Call today!!!