This 1936 Ford Speedster is a low-mileage full custom build that gives you one of the most distinct styles to hit the road today. You'll love showing off the fuel-injected LS V8 power, overdrive transmission, custom leather interior, and many more features that make this an unforgettable one-of-a-kind.
The 1936 Ford Tudors have always had a sleek design that has attracted the custom car scene, but this one goes beyond our wildest dreams. It starts with a brand-new steel body on a build with less than 1,200 miles on it. So black paint has a deep luster, and the body panels have a fresh look. And speaking of the panels, this is one of the most innovate ways to interpret this pre-war design. The fenders have been deleted all the way to the body line, so that the front end has a sharp point that looks like it wants to cut through the road ahead. The Tudor's crease at the door line was always a nice style point, and now it gets really emphasized as they used it as the boundary to cut the roof. It all gives this a ton of hot rod flair, but as you look at the details, you really see they took the time to make every custom element was a quality cut. They took extra investment to create custom details, like how the brightwork has a brass-like finish that goes with nicely with the black. Plus, the addition of the tubular front bumper, fame-mounted headlights, and the steep rake of the custom windshield are all cool additions that pay tribute to the Model A roadsters while still showing off this roadster's unique style.
Since everyone is going to look inside, the full custom presentation continues. This erases all look of the sedan style by giving you custom bucket seats for two. They are placed further back and are angled low so that you and your passenger match the awesome low-windshield profile. The diamond-stitch pattern leather on the seats coordinates with the door panels and custom rear shelf. And the brass-style accents running down the middle and sides are a match for the exterior hood accents. This was built to have a little steampunk-like cool, and so there are some helpful features expertly integrated into the vintage presentation. Not only does the center console look great in-between the seats, but also the front of it has a remote to control the AM/FM/CD/XM stereo w/Bluetooth that's hidden away in the glovebox. And the classic banjo-style steering wheel is mounted on a handy tilt column. There's even an electric e-brake.
When you lift the hood, there's no mistaking this for anything but modern power. It's a fuel-injected 5.7-liter LS1 V8 borrowed from the final generation Pontiac GTO. So you get a strong and steady powerhouse that's also another talking point of this full custom build. The LS motor is even paired with the correct 4L60E four-speed automatic transmission with overdrive. But while you have a modern engine/trans, this doesn't take away from a hot rod kind of feel. The headers feed the dual exhaust, and it gives this a nice growl like a classic roadster should. A drop axle front, four-link rear, and skinny tires on wire wheels give this the right old school feel on the road. Still, the Wilwood front disc brakes do add the right amount upgraded stopping power.
There is something absolutely awesome about a custom build done to be a true modern classic. The only problem with a one-of-a-kind is when it's gone you may never get another chance at it. Call today!!!