Video Feature: 1936 Ford Tudor Sedan

THE HUMPBACK OF PHOENIX Member Bruce Hams's Smooth '36 Ford Tudor Sedan

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1936 Ford Collection pt.1
Private collection of 1936 Ford vehicles.





1935 Ford Two Door Sedan Cream
Cool flathead Ford! Looks pretty original, it would often be the choice of families who wished to keep their children secure in the back seat! This one has a radio, with speaker mounted overhead. Radios were a fairly rare accessory at this time, particularly in a low priced car. Notice the trunk in the back, and the encased spare tire. They evidently called this configuration a "humpback" because of the positioning of the trunk. The red wire wheels are a knockout!





1936 Ford Stainless Steel Tudor Deluxe Touring Sedan Model 68-700 on My Car Story with Lou Costabile
On "My Car Story" we're in Auburn, IN on 5-8-15 at the Early Ford V-8 Foundation & Museum. We're looking at a 1936 Ford Stainless Steel Tudor Deluxe Touring Sedan Model 68-700. We’re talking with Josh Conrad who is the Collections Coordinator, and Ron Stauffer who is a Trustee and on the Building Committee for the Museum. Yes that’s right, this car has no paint because it is 1 of 6 original Stainless Steel Cars built by Ford! There are only 4 left that are known to exist. If you’re interested in seeing this car in person, go to the Early Ford V-8 Foundation & Museum. The Museum is located at 2181 General Doolittle Drive, Auburn, IN 46706. Or go to www.FordV8Foundation.org and view their inventory. ENJOY!





Video Feature: 1928 Model A Ford Roadster Pickup (Buckshot)
Rich Linders 1928 Ford Roaster Pickup ratrod. Modeled after a lakes modified, 1949 Ford Flathead, Front and rear axel out of a 1940 Ford, Fordson Tractor tank, Budget Rod. Model T ModelT Model-T A




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