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Ford: Hot Rod Rat Rod Rat Rod on 2040-cars

US $12,500.00
Year:1935 Mileage:29250 Color: Black
Location:

Salisbury, Connecticut, United States

Salisbury, Connecticut, United States

For specific questions please contact me : clairrn5landis@netzero.com

Krazy Rays Offering this 1935 Ford Fordor F48 Humpback Sedan. This car is mostly original other than the post war era hot rodding we did to it. Hood and spare tire removed and in excellent shape. Sold with the car. This car was styled from the post war times when soldiers had very little money and wanted a hot rod. Well, this is it! We replaced the wiring harness under the dash, inside the engine bay, along the underside all the way down to the brake lights. It's all there and it all works! We also replaced the 2 water pumps with Bob Drake upgrades and installed a heat riser under the carb so no issues with vapor lock on cruise nights. King pins replaced with new brass bushings and adjusted all the mechanical brakes to move and operate perfectly.

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