This is Slug's 1935 Ford Coupe , hes one of many Mackay Hot Rodders.... The Car was built many many years ago by a famous Hot Rod builder by the name of Al maric from Wodonga in Vic, Australia.... Al was killed on his Harley about 5 years ago, just another one of the things Al injoyed doin.. I had the pleasure to know Al and to ride harleys and drive hotrods with him and know that Hotrod Lovers will miss him,,, but not as much as his Family and friends will.. Long Live The Memorries Of Al Maric................................
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1935 Ford Coupe Street Rod
Here we have a beautiful Steel body Street Rod.
This is a well done Coupe
The restoration has about 5k miles on it.
Custom Air brush flames
Paint is very nice just has a few chips here and there nothing major.
1935 5 Window Coupe
This car runs and drives awesome
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1935 Ford Coupe and a jalopy he built a few years ago....like then ones he
build back in the 40's and 50's
Ford River Rouge Plant: "Harvest Of The Years" 1939 Ford 23min
more at http://cars.quickfound.net/
Manufacturing the 1939 Ford automobile at the River Rouge plant, where Ford
made their own electricity, steel, tires, etc. "Shows mass production of
Ford cars in an assembly line; the research necessary to carry on the work;
materials that go into the making of the Ford."
Public domain film from the Library of Congress Prelinger Archive, slightly
cropped to remove uneven edges, with the aspect ratio corrected, and mild
video noise reduction applied.
The soundtrack was also processed with volume normalization, noise
reduction, clipping reduction, and equalization.
Ford Motor Company is an American automaker and the world's fifth largest
automaker based on worldwide vehicle sales. Based in Dearborn, Michigan, a
suburb of Detroit, the automaker was founded by Henry Ford, and
incorporated on June 16, 1903. Henry Ford was 40 years old when he founded
the Ford Motor Company, which would go on to become one of the largest and
most profitable companies in the world, as well as being one of the few to
survive the Great Depression. The largest family-controlled company in the
world, the Ford Motor Company has been in continuous family control for
over 100 years. Ford now encompasses several brands, including Lincoln and
The Ford line of cars was updated in 1937 with one major change — the
introduction of an entry-level 136 CID (2.2 L) V8 in addition to the
popular 221 CID (3.6 L) V8 unit. The model was a refresh of its
predecessor, itself based on Ford's V8-powered Model 40A and was the
company's main product. It was redesigned more thoroughly in 1941. The cost
was $850 ($13003 in today's dollars) in the beginning of production.
The 1937 Ford featured a more rounded look with fine horizontal bars in the
convex front and hood-side grilles. The front grille was V-shaped, rather
than following the fenders into a pentagon shape, as on the 1936 model.
Faired-in headlights were a major modernization found on both the Standard
and DeLuxe trim versions, though much of the rest of the design was shared
between Ford's two lines. 'Slantback' sedans gained a rear trunk door,
though space was limited, and 'Trunkback' versions continued gaining
The Ford River Rouge Complex (commonly known as the Rouge Complex or just
The Rouge) is a Ford Motor Company automobile factory complex located in
Dearborn, Michigan, along the Rouge River, upstream from its confluence
with the Detroit River at Zug Island. Construction began in 1917, and when
it was completed in 1928 it had become the largest integrated factory in
The Rouge measures 1.5 miles (2.4 km) wide by 1 mile (1.6 km) long,
including 93 buildings with nearly 16 million square feet (1.5 km²) of
factory floor space. With its own docks in the dredged Rouge River, 100
miles (160 km) of interior railroad track, its own electricity plant, and
ore processing, the titanic Rouge was able to turn raw materials into
running vehicles within this single complex, a prime example of
vertical-integration production. Over 100,000 workers were employed there
in the 1930s.
Some of the Rouge buildings were designed by Albert Kahn. His Rouge glass
plant was regarded at the time as an exemplary and humane factory building,
with its ample natural light coming through windows in the ceiling. More
recently, several buildings have been converted to "green" structures with
a number of environmentally friendly features. However, many vehicular
skeletons remain buried on the grounds of the Rouge..
It was not until 1927 that automobile production began there, with the
introduction of the Ford Model A. Later Rouge products included the 1932
Model B, the original Mercury, the Ford Thunderbird, and four decades of
Ford Mustangs. The old
assembly plant was idled with the construction and launch of a new assembly
facility on the Miller Road side of the complex, currently producing Ford
F-150 and Lincoln Mark LT pickup trucks.
On May 26, 1937, a group of workers attempting to organize a union at the
Rouge were severely beaten, an event later called the Battle of the
Overpass. Peter E. Martin's respect for labor led to Walter Reuther, a UAW
leader, allowing Martin to be the only Ford manager to retrieve his papers
or gain access to the plant...
1935 Ford 3 Window Coupe
This is a 1935 Ford 3 Window coupe. It is rare being a 3 window with
It has an older restoration and is a very solid car. The later flathead
(1948 ) engine was rebuilt and runs beautiful. Stock 1935 3 speed trans, 40
rear end , juice brakes all around with discs up front. MSD electronic
ignition, electric fan, new Bob Drake halogen headlights.