All Steel 1935 Ford 5-Window Business Coupe Hot Rod / Street Rod

1935 Ford 5-Window Business Coupe Standard

Technical specifications of Ford 5-Window Business Coupe 1935

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Item location: Albuquerque, New Mexico, United States
Make: Ford
Model: 5-Window Business Coupe
Type: Coupe
Trim: Standard
Year: 1935
Mileage: 8,000
VIN: 1816590400
Color: Black
Number of cylinders: 8
Power options: Electric Parking Brake, Power Brakes, Power Steering, Air Conditioning, Power Locks, Power Windows
Fuel: Gasoline
Transmission: Automatic
Drive type: RWD
Interior color: Red & Black
Drive side: Left-hand drive
Options: Custom Interior, Remote Door Openers, Backup Camera, CD Player
Vehicle Title: Clear
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Car description

All Steel

1935 Ford 5-Window Business Coupe

Is it a Hot Rod or is it a Street Rod?

The answer... It's both!

You may ask what does this car offer you that is unique?

Please read on and find out...

For the man of the house:

1) Its minimalist looks with that satin black exterior, raked stance, steel wheels, wide-whites, pin

striping and a few other cool touches scream HOT ROD!

2) Open hood sides let you see the engine and smoothed firewall.

3) Headers with glass-pac mufflers for the Hot Rod sound

4) Comp Cam with close enough lobe separation to give you a lumpy sounding idle but still mild

enough that the engine will idle with the A/C on and there's enough vacuum for the power

brakes to work well. (This is plus for him and her...)

For the lady of the house: (Let's face it guys... if mama isn't happy, nobody's happy)!

1) The ladies will think the exterior is "cute" which means they can take it or leave it (LOL)...

2) But when they see the inside of this car they are going to be impressed. The car's seats look

very nice and they are quite comfortable she'll see STREET ROD!

3) The attention to detail and style will catch her eye.

4) She'll notice it does not shake, rattle and roll like an all-out hot rod does

(it's a pretty smooth ride for as SWB car)

5) Almost no rattles inside so she won't think it sounds like a loose bucket of bolts.

6) Mama will stay comfy inside the car with the A/C and Heating systems. (The A/C system does

not leak and it can make the cabin cold enough to hang meat if you wanted it to.)

7) With no back seat and a trunk you can take chairs, a small shade and a cooler or two so she can

be comfortable at the car shows while you're talking to all the guys who love your new car.

This Rod was built to be driven, enjoyed and shown

This car has the following features and options:

Early 1970's "010" Chevy 4-Bolt main 350 custom built 9:1 compression, Comp High Energy flat tappet cam, roller lifter, late model heads, headers, Edelbrock Intake and carburetor. Estimated 350 Horsepower.

High flow water pump

Brass Radiator w/custom fitted electric cooling fan and shroud

Custom Air Cleaner

GM HEI Ignition system

Hi-Torque Mini Starter

TH350 3-Speed Automatic Transmission

Mustang II front suspension with coil-overs

Ford 8" rear end with 3.00:1 rear end ratio

Chassis Engineering rear springs

Power rack & pinion Steering

Power front disc brakes w/MC & booster mounted on the frame

Electric parking brake

Vintique Wheels with Rings and Caps

Coker Wide-White-Wall Radial tires

Ball Power Windows

No exterior door handles

Hidden door & trunk hinges

Painless wiring

VintageAir A/C & Heat

Dakota Digital power door openers

Smoothed firewall

Crank-open windshield

VDO Gauges

AM/FM/CD with remote control

Tilt Steering column

Newport Engineering 2-speed electric wipers

Backup camera

This car was built sometime around 2005 by a man in Tennessee. The floors in the car appear to be original and in exceptional condition. The builder kept good track of all of the important papers and custom parts that were used to build this car. There is a 3-ring binder which contains all of this information. The binder makes it easy to refer back to what was used, look at electrical diagrams and instructions. Should you need to make repairs and/or order parts you will be able to refer to this binder for information on most of the parts and systems used in this build.

Partial trades may be considered

I will assist you in any way that I can with shipping, if you choose to ship this car. All shipping expenses will be the responsibility of the purchaser. If you have further questions I can be reached by call or text at 5O5*6IO*529I

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