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Old 02-16-2011, 11:20 AM   #1
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On FORDBARN, they want to see your 1933-34 Fords, and now they want to see your 1936 Fords. Let's show them our 1935 Fords ! ......Let's be proud !
I'll start. The first two photos are of the same car.
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This is my version of the winner of the 1936 Daytona Beach Race, Lloyd Moody. (Third photo).
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Old 02-16-2011, 12:19 PM   #2
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Here's my 35 Conv Sedan
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Old 02-16-2011, 01:15 PM   #3
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Here's my '35's.... A mostly all original Rouge class fordor, a stock tudor standard going back together (very slowly), and purists beware!!, a tudor deluxe "traditional hot rod" going together. All of these cars are flatback sedans. I'm also hoping to add a '35 or '36 3W Coupe to my collection some day. So, if you know of a nice original or older restoration that someone has, and is willing to let go, please send me a PM......I promise it will be well kept as an original in my collection...... and yes I have already placed an ad on the Ford Barn and on other internet website wanted sections. I may also offer a finders fee














OK, so lets see all those '35 Fords that you have. We don't care what condition or stage of construction that they may be in
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Old 02-16-2011, 01:36 PM   #4
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I like to drive my 35 whenever I can.
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Old 02-16-2011, 02:40 PM   #5
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'35 Fords
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My 35 Ford

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Old 02-16-2011, 02:51 PM   #7
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Getting my sargum for winter.
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Old 02-16-2011, 03:06 PM   #8
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Old 02-16-2011, 03:30 PM   #9
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Add mine to the collection. 40078 actual miles. I have owned it 52 years and counting.

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Old 02-16-2011, 08:50 PM   #10
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Have had it for 32 years, started out as a $100 junk yard find.
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Hey Mike,
My old `35 doesn't look much different than the day I brought it home, but mechanically it is a whole lot different. I have rebuilt just about everything mechanically.
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Here is our collection. The Porsche Speedster now lives in Canada.
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Old 02-17-2011, 11:24 AM   #13
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ive got a couple, though one isnt std but dont shoot me for it




the roadster is completely std and is the last one remaining in the UK that was built in dagenham and is RHD, i think in total there was 26 that came over to the UK from canada
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Old 02-17-2011, 11:26 AM   #14
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[QUOTE=flatheadfan;161999]Add mine to the collection. 40078 actual miles. I have owned it 52 years and counting.

Beautiful coupe; well preserved!


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Old 02-17-2011, 11:34 AM   #15
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Needs a little work.
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My '35 standard.... unfortunately waiting its turn to be worked on...
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Old 02-17-2011, 12:17 PM   #17
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Here's mine, when I got it. It came out of a creek, and it looked like it too. It's going to be a Bonneville car one of these days.

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Had this 46 years
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Rebuilt my woodie about 10 years ago. It spent its first life on a chicken farm in Connecticut delivering eggs to local Mom and Pop food markets.



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Old 02-17-2011, 04:33 PM   #20
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Here's mine. Fun truck for sure.

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Old 02-17-2011, 05:43 PM   #21
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Here's my phaeton on the road to a complete recovery.
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Here is Blue Bell
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Here's my Aussie roadster. Purchased this car when I was 19 and owned it for 25 years. It's a runner, but not currently registered. The coupe I helped my father restore in the late 80's but is now in SEQld. The phaeton I purchased 18 months ago is completely stripped. It's look great in this photo but was in very poor condition. Not using much of the original car as parts were too far gone. Mechanicals for the rebuild and frame are near completed but body work still have alot to go. Most panels are done and I'm using a body shop to piece together the body parts as it's too big a job for me at this stage.
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Here's mine as found. Hope to start working on it someday.
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My 35 Cdan
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Rich B.
Where did you find that beauty?
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Old 02-17-2011, 10:53 PM   #27
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rich b ...........................
You hardly ever find a '35 3 window, in any condition. They are SCARCE !
You had better start working on it, tomorrow !
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My 35 standard tudor on the way back from the Charlotte V8 Show
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A while back Troy, a new guy at work, learned that I messed around with old cars and mentioned that he had a '34 Ford 3 window on his uncles farm. He said he would never do anything with it and said I could HAVE it! It took about two years to get his aunt to send a picture. Turned out it was not a '34; but a '35 or '36; but the price is still right. A couple of months later Troy and I made run out to the farm about 50 or 60 miles somewhat west of Minot, North Dakota to pick it up. Troy said it had been sitting there since '72 or so and we found it had sunk about six inches into the ground. Lucky the climate
out there is really dry and soil must drain well as there
was only one small rust hole in the right lower cowl. Good
news the fenders and boards were laying next to it and
the and all the garnish, regulators, locks, etc were stacked inside. We got it loaded (learned why it took
so long to get the picture, Troy's aunt and uncle do nothing quickly, great folks though), tied down, and
hauled it home, all for the price of diesel and dinner.
The bad news is I have had it for about ten years now
and have collected all the parts I need; but have not
done any actual work on it yet. Maybe this summer or
maybe my kid will get it afterall, he's had his eye on it since it came home.
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heres my dads 35 out of Pembroke Mass
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Here is my father's
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Old 02-19-2011, 01:45 PM   #32
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My junk
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This one has been in our family since 1946. My dad bought it when he got out of the army after WW2. I know its not the way he would have done it but its making slow progress.
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Here is mine with a Dodge Red Ram Hemi..
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Here is mine with a Dodge Red Ram Hemi..
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OMG, I bet that baby will run like the wind! Gotta love those flatback sedans since I own three of them

PS....Stromberg81...Just noticed you have a 97 in your Avatar. You need a picture of an 81 .
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This one has been in our family since 1946. My dad bought it when he got out of the army after WW2. I know its not the way he would have done it but its making slow progress.
Very cool!

That has a good look to it. What are you doing to it? I wouldn't mind having an unchopped 3 window someday.

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Since 1995 its been a body off, frame up 'what to next' project ....Started painting phase in November 2010.....and now if I can find everything ......its going back together...
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Best old ford I've ever owned. No patch panels anywhere or damage to body. Engine in great condition too.
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My father with my grandfather's sedan.June 1943. First picture attempt. Hope this works

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Here's my tudor when I bought it in Aug. 08. Had been in the corner of a heated shop since 1966. Had it running like a good watch in an hour.



Here it is last summer after paint on most of it and cruising around town.



Here it is last week. I finished the hood and I'm working on the interior. Hope to put some miles on it this summer. Fairly stock, with many early '40s accessories, mechanical brakes all redone with Flathead Teds kits.



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Glenn Kimble 1935 Convertible Sedan.
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That has a good look to it. What are you doing to it? I wouldn't mind having an unchopped 3 window someday.
I rebuilt a 53 merc engine for it, had the body off the frame r&r everything, hyd brakes, trying to keep the stock look but making it my own. Having fun. Thanks for the interest
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We restored our 1935 Ford convertible sedan in 1975. It has all the accessories including the Columbia rear axle. We have driven it for may trouble free years. Without having a heater, it is a great summer touring car.
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its got a ways to go----but should be on the road late summer!

all stock inside and out- merc flathead going in it, 12v, dressed up 50"s style motor, a/c, etc... cant wait to drive it.
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My wifes 1935 Fordor Humpback the way I bought it 10 years ago. Bob
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I finished the interior in my Tudor this week. Started it up for the first time in three months and backed it out of the shop. Sure sounds better with an interior inside.








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My cabriolet in the sun, nearly on the road after 10 long years.
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Wow, what great looking cars, really like the new interior, Bruce
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5 years into it I got it on the road this spring. No interior but I can drive it.



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When she came home- been in restoration for 2 years - should be back on the road this August !


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Old 05-28-2011, 04:53 AM   #54
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my 35 ford tudor sedan , french imported with matford badge . in 1987 farm found but too rusty to be saved .

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I'm still searching one , but in europe it's difficult .
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I was finally able to pull my car out of the garage. I still have some interior work to do, for longer trips but it does get around the neighborhood.
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...This is what $150. got me in 1993.





...And this is what it looks like today. The 36 Ford is my favorite, so the 35 body is on a 36 frame with 36 sheet metal......
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We have had some great weather here recently and I have been out in the 35 at every opportunity. I also wanted to resurrect this thread !
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Rebuilt from ground up including the paint by me ,about 2 yrs to complete.
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This one don't belong to me--this 1935 Deluxe Coupe belonged to the Powell Family of Ottawa, Kansas. This photo was taken during WWII. 1935 Ford DeLuxe Coupe with Valeska Powell. TM
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Ok fellas,

It took me a while to figure out the picture size thing, but I think I got it!
Here is my 35 Tudor Deluxe, which has come a long way since this pic was taken, and my 35 Convertible Sedan, ( you're my hero Don!) which is also much much farther along than this "as found" pic. Also thanks to JM35 for all his free advice!! LOL!
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I found this 35 in 2007, out of Covina CA. Rust Free, lucky me. I took the body off and did up all the running gear. Now is Chev power.
I left the body and paint as is , and added decals . It has great Patina.
Hope you like it as much as I do.
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I found this 35 3 window early this year in Oklahoma. It had been in a barn since 1964. It is all original and complete except for the the 8BA flattie.
It is on it,s way Downunder to OZ.
I also found another 35 3 window in Sonoma CA. this year. It is in Oz right now.Click on my Avatar for album pics.
You gotta love the 35,s
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I know how one can feel about a ’35, especially a 3W. Had one when I was a kid…stored in a friend’s friend back yard. Starting looking at girls, and eventually forgot about the coupe. It vanished over time. Stupid girls! About another 25 years later, I found one…but the deal eluded me. Don’t ask. Stupid me! For the last 25 years after that and still dreaming and looking, I got it. Complete, rust free, running, stored maybe 50 years…no more fooling around, I got it. Getting smarter as I get a lot older…I think! Enjoy working on it every chance I get. Story in a nutshell. Robert
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Wow great looking 3 windows.
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Found this in the PennySaver on Maui in 1996.Took 8 yrs to get it to look like this.Now has a new owner.
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And here is another from downunder. 28 years in the restoration!
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Hi guys - Here is my conv. sedan. Its been complete for a year now after a 20 + year restoration. I've had the car for close to 40 years and finally got serious about ten years ago.
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Here's mine ... work in progress.

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Here is mine. I call it a 35 and a half. It's a 1935 body with 1936 sheet metal fenders hood and grill. My friends think I am crazy but I am going to return it to all '35. What do you guys think?

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Return it to 35 front sheet metal, much more elegant than that "late model stuff: !
Your car looks great, I can understand your friends reaction but if you have all the parts go for it and let us see the pictures.

I realise I have just upset a lot of 36 owners, apologies but I am biased.
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Here is mine. I got her back in 1996 when my Uncle passed away. She was all taken apart and in boxes. I put her back together again as a tribute to him.
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Hope to be on the road Labor Day 2013
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Mine!
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This was a father, son, grandson trip to pick up the coupe.
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After seeing all these beautiful 35 fords...i have to have one...my heart is pounding with excitement....girls occasionally can do this to me...but not quite as strong as looking at a 35 Ford...i know I am a pathetic old man but I dont care..
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My Tudor and Fordor Touring that I bought in 1963. Long gone.
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[QUOTE=35 Ford;541593]Here's mine ... work in progress.

Nice Truck! That looks cool with those big tires on back. I have a 36' p\u but I have always liked the 35' hood sides better.
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Nice Coupe! I bet that was a fun trip!
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35's R the best
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And another. Basically stock except for a little lowering , tires and Kelsey's!!





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Heres my stock 35 it's pretty much untouched,still wearing factory paint.
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Here is one I bought in 2011. I wish it had been a 3W coupe, like I had in high school, but could not make a deal on the ones I found prior to buying this 5W. It is mostly stock, has nice solid sheet metal and a nice interior. We recently removed the engine and transmission to go through them and clean them up. Found the engine to be a bored .030 over rebuilt LB block with little or no cylinder wear (oh happy day!). This car will not get restored by me, it will become my second driver. Gotta love these '35's!!
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A while back Troy, a new guy at work, learned that I messed around with old cars and mentioned that he had a '34 Ford 3 window on his uncles farm. He said he would never do anything with it and said I could HAVE it! It took about two years to get his aunt to send a picture. Turned out it was not a '34; but a '35 or '36; but the price is still right. A couple of months later Troy and I made run out to the farm about 50 or 60 miles somewhat west of Minot, North Dakota to pick it up. Troy said it had been sitting there since '72 or so and we found it had sunk about six inches into the ground. Lucky the climate
out there is really dry and soil must drain well as there
was only one small rust hole in the right lower cowl. Good
news the fenders and boards were laying next to it and
the and all the garnish, regulators, locks, etc were stacked inside. We got it loaded (learned why it took
so long to get the picture, Troy's aunt and uncle do nothing quickly, great folks though), tied down, and
hauled it home, all for the price of diesel and dinner.
The bad news is I have had it for about ten years now
and have collected all the parts I need; but have not
done any actual work on it yet. Maybe this summer or
maybe my kid will get it afterall, he's had his eye on it since it came home.
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How about any progress on this car?

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this is my 1935 model 60 cabriolet the 60 was built in the uk with the 22hp engine we had a horse power tax back then.
with revised gear box ratio and back axle
the engine fitted in my car is i think the 1937 version.
very few model 60 cabriolets were built and this is the only one i have seen.
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Pathetic old man???? I don't think so!!

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I have pictures in my Ford barn album. How do i get them to here? Frank
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this is my 1935 model 60 cabriolet the 60 was built in the uk with the 22hp engine we had a horse power tax back then.
with revised gear box ratio and back axle
the engine fitted in my car is i think the 1937 version.
very few model 60 cabriolets were built and this is the only one i have seen.
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It's great to see some UK and cars from other countries in this post. I would like to see more pictures of this nice looking 35 model 60 cabriolet.
Had an opportunity to meet some UK early Ford V8er's and see their cars during my visits over in 2010 and this year. Actually had some great rides in a '36 roadster. I could post some pictures of some of these UK cars if anyone is interested. They are not all 35's though.
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our 1935 model 60 has found the car had been stored very badly the rats had got in and made a bad mess of the in side nesting in the back rumble seat
six young rats were found on removing this seat, the smell was very bad.
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on going restoration to improve.the front bumper is from a 1936 car but it has better chrome.
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the 22hp engine note there is no manual fuel pump but it has a 6volt electric pump.
are the water pumps the same on 22hp v8,s in usa
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Roger, thanks for posting more pictures of your model 60. Looks like it is coming along very nicely. That water pump looks the same as some of the pumps used on our 60 hp engines.

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How many phaetons did they make in 35?
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Roger,
Good to see another 35 cabriolet in Britain, i think there must only be around 6 in the country yours being the rarest of them all.
Hope to see yours for real one day.
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Heres mine!
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And what a beauty it is!
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My 35, Blue Bell
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Keep this thread going! Here's mine...not a single patch.
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My 35... Kind of restoring it right now..

Oh my AVI is what I started with.
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Here's mine. Mechanically restored 3 years ago. Body will stay as is with 80 years of storys etched, welded and banged into it. My view is that its like a younger fellow coming home from the war, been given dad's old car and its used a tad roughly.

I understand its got some incorrect fenders and perhaps front clip but Im loving her with all the faults.





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Since we're flashing them.
So long as the weather is fine gets driven to work..
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Here's mine. Mechanically restored 3 years ago. Body will stay as is with 80 years of storys etched, welded and banged into it. My view is that its like a younger fellow coming home from the war, been given dad's old car and its used a tad roughly.

I understand its got some incorrect fenders and perhaps front clip but Im loving her with all the faults.





panhead pete ...................
Your car may actually be a 1936 model. The "X" on the side of the cowl is a 1936 feature.
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Ah thanks Mike - so much to learn!
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"panhead pete ...................
Your car may actually be a 1936 model. The "X" on the side of the cowl is a 1936 feature.
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Mike, I don't quite agree with you on that....the "X" on the side of the cowl is also a feature of most late '35's.and all '36's. Two of my original late production '35's have those X's on the sides of the cowl.
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Ya you can't go by the X in the firewall,my original paint 35 has it also.
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Where the hood bumpers are on the side of a cowl is a sure fire way to tell a 35 from a 36
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Your car may actually be a 1936 model. The "X" on the side of the cowl is a 1936 feature.
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Mike, I don't quite agree with you on that....the "X" on the side of the cowl is also a feature of most late '35's.and all '36's. Two of my original late production '35's have those X's on the sides of the cowl.
JOHN .................
As panhead pete said, "There is so much to learn".
You can't argue with those original paint cars. I did not know that those "Xs" started in late 1935.
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Mike, there is still a lot for all of us to learn about these early Ford V-8's. Here are pics of the two original late model year production '35 tudor sedans that I have. One is a standard and one is a deluxe.
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My cabriolet again, this time with top down. Picture taken a few nights ago as we watched the sun go down over the sea.
Great top down driving but it shows up my scabby interior, saving up for that, hopefully next year.
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Panhead Pete - what makes you say your car body is a 35?
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Here is my 35 Tudor Deluxe Touring, now back on the road, thanks to all the Ford Barn help over the last couple of years. Runs unbelieveably well, and now I can get back on my 35 Convertible Sedan restoration.
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Panhead Pete - what makes you say your car body is a 35?
Uptown I was told it was so assumed that was correct. Now not so sure In a way for me Im not too stressed about it but I guess it would be nice to know.
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Uptown I was told it was so assumed that was correct. Now not so sure In a way for me Im not too stressed about it but I guess it would be nice to know.
If you could post pictures showing the full view of the cowl side panel, and the feature at the top of the cowl that keeps the hood propped in the open position, we could better determine if body is '35 or '36. But as you say, a mix of '35 and '36 parts should not stress anyone out. The end result is still a great looking car.
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Uptown I was told it was so assumed that was correct. Now not so sure In a way for me Im not too stressed about it but I guess it would be nice to know.
Hey Pete,why don't you just check the body ID number?, cheers, Col.
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Would the fact that this car has a 36 grill and front fenders not confirm its year as 36?
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My 35 is finally registered, licensed, and on the road, after several decades hidden in garage.
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I bought a wonderful collection of negatives out of a basement in our town. In fact it was in the basement of the Studio in the photo below. Here's an interesting one.


Obviously of the pretty lady on the horse, but the '35 sedan interested me. It has artillery wheels of some sort. Anyone recognize them? Here's a close up of the wheels. Envelope the negs were in says "Rodeo, 1946"

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[QUOTE=jim galli;695462]I bought a wonderful collection of negatives out of a basement in our town. In fact it was in the basement of the Studio in the photo below. Here's an interesting one.

Obviously of the pretty lady on the horse, but the '35 sedan interested me. It has artillery wheels of some sort. Anyone recognize them? Here's a close up of the wheels. Envelope the negs were in says "Rodeo, 1946"

They look like General Jumbo wheels to me.
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Bump this to the top. Let's see some more '35's.
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It's a funny thing, growing up 1935's were never really on our radar as far as adding to the collection. Now there are 3.

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I figured I would throw up a couple more of my dads cars . He drove the roadster to the LARS last year with my nephew . they hit a cattle grate at the end of an offramp ,,ended up "standing on a corner ,in Winslow Arizona " broke a couple tranny lines . the 3window has been sold and is now a 100pt show car perfectly restord . Still working on the 36 roadster pic-up.. And the humpback ?? well, I saved the firewall an dash. the rest is just,,, RESTING
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My 20,000 mile English Rip van Winkle coupe. Scarcely used since the first owner died in 1940, spent 35 years in Chicago (does anyone remember Bill Bass, Car Credit Center, 7600 S Western?) before coming home to UK. Fitted with V8-60 from new (that motor was designed for the European market). Just finishing the re-commissioning work - motor is rebuilt, brakes need setting up right, and minor wiring to sort out, but we have been out and about last summer.
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My '35 Five-Window. Originally purchased by Dr. Robert P. Gober in Los Gatos, CA. Dr. Gober was a country doctor in Santa Clara CA and was 77 years of age when he bought the car (born 1858!) For a complete history of the car, see pages 4 and 7-14 of:
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Only update pics. Bigger tyres, reset suspension, diff and gearbox have been rebuilt, also a power booster for the brakes. So he was out of action for a few months but back into everyday driving now, Its over 100 out there today and still going strong to and from work.
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Here ya go!
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Thought I would add my pictures of Glenn Sanders '35 Deluxe Tudor Sedan to this thread. Watch for this car at the Early Ford V-8 Club of America 2015 ENM in Charlotte, NC and the CNM in Minnesota. I'm sure Glenn will appreciate having you stop by and see his car in person.
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Some real beauties here!
John - It's difficult to see the true hues of the oem greens under artificial lights,
(and my color perception is not the best) but I'm wondering if the darker green
on the body at least is Dartmouth Green? (Thinking of painting my '36 that color)
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Some real beauties here!
John - It's difficult to see the true hues of the oem greens under artificial lights,
(and my color perception is not the best) but I'm wondering if the darker green
on the body at least is Dartmouth Green? (Thinking of painting my '36 that color)
I know some of those pictures I posted are not the best in terms of lighting and colors. Maybe we can get Glenn to take more pictures with the car out of the garage in natural lighting. I am still not sure what the actual paint color of his car is called.
Glenn has another post here with some different pictures of his car that might show the colors better than these pictures.
https://www.fordbarn.com/forum/showthread.php?t=156394
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Thanks for the link, John. Believe the color is either Dartmouth or Vineyard Green.
The later is slightly darker, if my limited color vision is correct.
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I saw this beautiful 1935 Ford Roadster in Oakhurst, California, in 2005. This car helped to inspire me to get back into the old car game.
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Great Story. Thanks for posting.


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My '35 Five-Window. Originally purchased by Dr. Robert P. Gober in Los Gatos, CA. Dr. Gober was a country doctor in Santa Clara CA and was 77 years of age when he bought the car (born 1858!) For a complete history of the car, see pages 4 and 7-14 of:
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photos are from a few years ago

That is a very nice looking 35 5w RS coupe. A V-8er friend told me that 35 standard 5w RS coupes were pretty rare. Since then I have seen five/six in the MD area, which includes the one I have. There is a guy who lives in your area on Marydel Rd who owns a very nice 35 sedan. Maybe you already know him. Would be nice to see you at an EFV-8 Club, RG36 meeting some time. A nice group of folks with similar interests in these old Fords.
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Bump this to the top. Let's see some more '35's.
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Bump this to the top. Let's see some more '35's.
Since I last posted here the 35 Coupe was finished - some pics of it as it sits today.
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Stunning PeterC !!!
I know that I have used that same adjective to describe Peter's car! "Top shelf" for sure! DD
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Old 04-26-2015, 12:42 PM   #140
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Here are more pictures of Glen Sanders '35 Delx tudor sedan as a barn find prior to its restoration by Cannady Smith, a member of the old Fordbarn who lived in Virginia, and passed away last year.
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Old 04-26-2015, 12:55 PM   #141
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Stunning PeterC !!!
If you think the pictures are stunning, you should see this car in person! I met Peter and saw his car at a show in Baltimore, Md last fall.
Hoping to see him and his car again this June at the EFV-8 Club Meet in Concord, NC
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Old 04-26-2015, 04:22 PM   #142
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I don't know how to post pictures yet. I guess the Avatar will have to do. Bought the car after a total restoration. Have owned it 2 years and am still in love with it. I previously owned a '31 Model A DeLuxe roadster for 22 years. V8s are great.
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Getting Sargum for winter.hope it takes this time
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Old 04-26-2015, 08:35 PM   #144
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Wow- what a Roadster! Beautiful!
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Old 04-27-2015, 11:16 AM   #145
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What a stunning '35 !
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Old 04-27-2015, 11:37 AM   #146
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Old 04-27-2015, 03:19 PM   #147
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Getting ready for some nice weather,so I can get out and drive some,Put a set of radials on last yr ,drives and rides much better
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Old 04-27-2015, 07:44 PM   #148
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Very Nice!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! !!!!!!
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I had white walls on my '35 Cabriolet, at one time. It sure did dress it up. I wish that I had bought white wall, when I changed tires, a couple years ago,
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Old 05-03-2015, 04:14 PM   #150
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Just hauled this home yesterday... will begin work in a couple weeks. Gotta get the current O/T project done and clean out the shop before new project begins...


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Old 05-04-2015, 09:22 AM   #151
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Looks pretty darn straight!

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Old 05-04-2015, 11:06 AM   #152
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Here's my 35 Panel Delivery. Too many years in the restoration but finally finished in time for the Central Meet in Springfield IL. Aug 2014.
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More pictures of Don's nice panel delivery that I took last year at the Springfield, Illinois CNM.
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Here's my 35 fordor just got it
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Hay Mr Wood nice project ,a big project but nice ,That body stiyle was my first car ,Ted
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Old 05-29-2017, 04:11 PM   #156
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Wow, lots of '35's
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Just hauled this home yesterday... will begin work in a couple weeks. Gotta get the current O/T project done and clean out the shop before new project begins...


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Neat thread,,, the '35's are a beautiful Ford!!

russellmn, you scored a home run with this '35 Pickup....... NICE!!!! I didn't know pickups in that condition still existed!! Love it!!
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Old 05-29-2017, 06:22 PM   #158
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Mine, still in need of a little work.
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Old 05-29-2017, 06:35 PM   #159
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A couple pictures of my car, got aaca 1 st place Jr and senior best of all has been judged for Dearborn twice and the car received it's awards.
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A couple pictures of my car, got aaca 1 st place Jr and senior best of all has been judged for Dearborn twice and the car received it's awards.


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