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 Tudor Sedan for Sale
Beautiful Tudor Ford Sedan, garage kept, rebuilt in 1991. Has a 1940s engine with aluminum fly wheel which makes this little car really move...Great Driver Car. Get more information at ... (520)790-2979

This is the 3rd video of a '36 Ford I've uploaded. The other two feature a Cabriolet and a Tudor. Styling changes this year are vertical grille bars, new steel disc wheels and horns now hidden behind the fender mounted grilles. The 3 millionth Ford V8 rolled off the assembly line this year and Ford pulled ahead of Chevy in auto sales. Model year production surged to 930,778 units an uptick of 13% but only 12,500 cars ahead of the Chevy. This '36 Ford Fodor shown here is slightly customized with a 4 litre V6 engine and mod-steering wheel. However, most of this Ford looks factory including the interior seating. Features to see include the V8 emblem as the hood ornament, the " catwalk " grilles located in the front fenders, the suicide doors, running boards and the trunkback - built in trunk which was gaining popularity. Enjoy this honey and many thanks for viewing this 1936 Ford Fodor Sedan.

1936 Ford Tudor Finished Chassis Engine Mounts & Driveline

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!