221 CID Flathead V8 85HP 3 Speed Manual
SOLD ~ $62,000
Year Make Model: 1935 Ford Roadster
Engine: 221 CID Flathead V8 85HP
Transmission: 3 Speed Manual
Mileage: 5000 ( since rebuilt )
Body Style: Convertible
Exterior Color: Black
Interior Color: Red
Our Detroit Showroom is proud to offer a fine piece of automotive history. This 1935 Ford “Rumble Seat” Roadster is one the true enthusiast will really enjoy! With less than 5,000 of these gorgeous drop tops produced you can only imagine how few are left sporting their all original Henry Ford steel. You are looking at one of them. The quality is uncompromised! The goal of this frame off restoration was to preserve the automobile to as near original condition as possible while still making it safe and fun to drive. The engine is a period correct Flathead V-8 which measures 221CID and pumps out an impressive 85 horsepower. This engine was completely and professionally rebuilt using main and rod bearings instead of Babbitt bearings which were used in 1935. Also, high volume water pumps were installed and replicated to look like the original water pumps appearance. The entire 6 volt electrical system has not been converted however it has been completely re-worked to ensure a safe and fun car to drive. This one starts up every time without an issue. The gorgeous PPG base coat/clear coat paint gives this roadster a very nice nostalgic shine and sets off the red leather interior with perfection. The wire wheels have been powder coated and 1935 was the last production year for the wire wheels. Everything on this beauty will impress and amaze a crowd anywhere. It is a local hit and takes home trophies no matter which show it decides to please with its gorgeous presense. For more information on this ’35 Roadster, please call one of our friendly and knowledgeable sales staff at 313-982-3100 or visit www.GatewayClassicCars.com for over 125HD photos and a video of this beauty in action.
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