The Paint: Black high quality base/coat, clear/coat, with green pin-stripe down each side. Running Hound hood ornament,
The Engine: 221 CID V8 Flat head, single carburetor, producing 85 horsepower, rebuilt
The Transmission: 3 speed manual
The Differential: Original 4.11:1 ratio, rebuilt
6 volt electrical system, all new wiring
All original gauges work
All light work
Windshield wiper works
Roll down back window with draw shade
Restored Mohair interior
Original tube radio that works, with overhead speaker
Original very rare rear view mirror with Ford clock
Original, restored luggage rack
All Chrome and bright work is excellent
Original on-board Ford tools accompany the car
5 Original Kelsey-Hayes wire spoke wheels with Bias-ply wide white walls
Supplemental electric fuel pump
This 1935 Ford 3 window is likely one of the nicest coupes you will ever see. Completely restored, and every aspect of the car finished to perfection.
This '35 Coupe is well appointed with some nice options including a dealer installed Columbia 2 speed differential. Where most factory stock vehicles in the 1930's were capable of sustaining speeds of 45-50 miles per hour, the Columbia 2-speed allows for faster road speed without the higher RPM.
Nothing was left untouched during the restoration of this Coupe. The Coupe starts, runs and drives very nicely, even on the original style bias ply tires. For all practical purposes, this particular 3 window is really a show car that you can drive.
The deep black base/coat, clear/coat paint is clean and smooth with a subtle thin green pin-stripe running down both sides of the car, just below the character line. Everything on the Coupe works. The gauges, the lights, the wiper, the tube radio. The inside rear view mirror has a Ford clock in it (a rare piece), the front windshield tilts outward if desired, and the rear window will roll down. Notice the little window shade that manually rolls up and down to cover the inside rear window.
The Kelsey-Hays wheels are restored beautifully and there are 5 total including the spare. All of the mechanical components in the coupe have been rebuilt and restored. All of the correct fabric coated wiring has been utilized, the luggage rack is an original piece, not a reproduction, and it's been restored.
Mid '30's Ford Coupes are always a great choice for a classic car, but to find one this nice, and professionally restored is just a bonus. Absolutely one of the finest available, anytime, anywhere!